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Google’s Pixel 4 could have looked like the Nexus 6P

Google's Pixel 4 is here, and we've known what it would look like for months. Now, the design team has shared photos showing off concepts and what it could have looked like.
Tags: Android, Mobile, Design, Google, Google Pixel 2019 event, Pixel 4


Google’s designers show off Pixel 4 concepts and what it could have been

Google's Pixel 4 is here, and we've known what it would look like for months. Now, the design team has shared photos showing off concepts and what it could have looked like.
Tags: Android, Mobile, Design, Google, Google Pixel 2019 event, Pixel 4


QOTD: What Comes Next?

For years now, we’ve watched as the average car/crossover grille has expanded faster than that aunt you got divorced in her 20s and never settled down (the same can be said for a man; don’t send us letters.) Now, as vehicle grilles — once declared nearly extinct in the Taurus/Sable/Intrepid/Crown Vic era ⁠— reach their zenith, […] The post QOTD: What Comes Next? appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Design, Trends, Autos, Qotd, Vic, News Blog, Styling, Question of the Day


This vending machine sells pixels, not Pepsis, to help digital artists

Artist Danner Milliken wants to create a digital art vending machine that marries technology and art into one device that not only serves as a product, but as an art exhibition in and of itself. 
Tags: Art, News, Trends, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, Vending Machine, Emerging Tech, Digital Art, Danner Milliken


About-face: BMW’s Design Language Is a Product of Our Time, So Expect More Grille in Your Future

There’s little doubt that BMW’s design language, at least since the dawn of the 21st century, reflects the prevailing culture of the day. In the 2000s, the brand’s Chris Bangle-penned cars hosted all the eye glitter and booty action a viewer could handle, perfect for an era in which My Humps became an unlikely top […] The post About-face: BMW’s Design Language Is a Product of Our Time, So Expect More Grille in Your Future appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Design, Trends, Autos, Bmw, Chris Bangle, News Blog, Styling, Grilles, Design Language


Franworth promotes one to president and names another as CFO

Franworth, a franchise-focused growth equity firm, has promoted Dave Keil, operating partner and chief operating officer, to company president. Also, the firm has named David Taccolini as chief financial officer. PRESS RELEASE ANN ARBOR, Mich., Oct. 10, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Franworth®, a franchise-focused growth equity firm, announced today it has expanded its corporate leadership team to support and accelerate the growth of its portfolio of franchise brands. As part of these efforts, the company...
Tags: Art, New Orleans Saints, Drew Brees, Trends, People, Michigan, General Counsel, Madison Reed, Roberts, Barre, SBI, Executive Board, Ernst Young, Molly Maid, CFE, Keil


Franwork promotes one to president and names another as CFO

Franworth, a franchise-focused growth equity firm, has promoted Dave Keil, operating partner and chief operating officer, to company president. Also, the firm has named David Taccolini as chief financial officer. PRESS RELEASE ANN ARBOR, Mich., Oct. 10, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Franworth®, a franchise-focused growth equity firm, announced today it has expanded its corporate leadership team to support and accelerate the growth of its portfolio of franchise brands. As part of these efforts, the company...
Tags: Art, New Orleans Saints, Drew Brees, Trends, People, Michigan, General Counsel, Madison Reed, Roberts, Barre, SBI, Executive Board, Ernst Young, Molly Maid, CFE, Keil


Funding Friday: Thirdwing

We went to the theater last night. I think there is nothing like live performances. But theater is expensive and requires work to plan an evening in advance. So many of us just end up staying at home and streaming something on our TVs. Thirdwing is the merger of the two and I backed it this morning and am sharing it with all of you.
Tags: Art, Crowdfunding, Trends


Funding Friday: Deep Green

This project is art meets climate activism. I backed it this morning and now am sharing it with you.
Tags: Art, Crowdfunding, Climate Change, Trends, Deep Green


Make Animations Online - And More!

It is never too late to discover new digital tools that make your life easier! Today, we are giving you 9 software that can help you cut your working hours and simplify your design solutions, as well as inspire new ideas when you feel lost.   1 Venngage   Venngage is here to help you with your visual storytelling. This platform creates infographics for you - all you have to do is choose the perfect template, insert your data and customize. You can either sign up for free or pick one of the ...
Tags: Art, Apps, Design, Instagram, Inspiration, Trends, Software, Adobe Systems, Don, Pixlr, Animaker, Infogram, PRIMARY-CHANNELS, Nina Petrov, BeFunky BeFunky, PS Express Adobe Photoshop Express


Colour Is The New Black : Men’s Accessories Trends in 2019

Know how to say colour in 18 different languages? We do. And this year, it seems the French do too. Trendhim’s Colour Report ranks Europe’s most colourful countries in 2019.   The Top 10 Most Colourful Countries (and how they say “colour”) : France – “couleur” Germany – “farbe” Belgium – “kleur” / “couleur” / “farbe” Finland – “väri” Portugal – “cor” United Kingdom – “colour” Hungary – “szín” Netherlands – “kleur” Spain – “color” Switzerland – “farbe” / “couleur” / “colore”   We all know that...
Tags: Europe, Design, France, Germany, Trends, Spain, Hungary, United Kingdom, Paris, Netherlands, Portugal, Switzerland, Belgium, Finland, Louis Vuitton, Trendhim


Agenda Posted for [email protected] on July 16 at MIT Media Lab

Come celebrate milestones the internet has made over the past 50 years at a special event called [email protected] on July 16 in Cambridge, MA, organized by the World Frontiers Forum and Xconomy. An afternoon forum at the MIT Media Lab will explore the big issues and challenges surrounding the internet. And a gala dinner at Café ArtScience will honor the internet’s pioneers and bring together past, present, and future technology and business leaders.We’re putting the finishing touches on the agenda now—ta...
Tags: Google, Security, Startups, Mobile, Internet Of Things, Design, Privacy, Internet, Boston, Connected Devices, Events, Trends, Economics, Economy, People, Cybersecurity


Design, Trends and Their Connection with Culture

The Cultural Differences of Design in Different Countries Designs keep changing, and for a designer, trends, principles, requirements of clients, and culture overall play significance in determining what people appreciate today and what they may reject tomorrow. When it comes to culture, many would agree that a design element that gets accepted in India may not always be a good idea in a European country. In this article, you will find out why it is often the case. We’ve dissected into major...
Tags: Art, Design, Inspiration, Trends, History, Culture, Patterns, Interior


Sofar

Andy wrote about our investment in Sofar yesterday on the USV blog. That is our practice. We publish our investment rationale on our blog every time we make an investment. It creates a permanent record of why we made the investment. It is interesting to go back and read them five or ten years later, regardless of whether they worked out or not. Sofar is a company we have been following for seven years. We have been intrigued by this global community that has been building around the theme...
Tags: Art, Music, Trends, USV, Fiat, Coachella, Marketplaces, Seoul, Meetup, Andy, Scott Heiferman, Bonnaroo Glastonbury, Etsy not Amazon SoundCloud, Spotify Wattpad


Car designers can predict your future desires. This is how they do it

Automakers employ small armies of designers, and they’re relentless about asking consumers what they want. So, how do you get from the voice of the customer to the designer’s pen, and why does it go wrong so often? The post Car designers can predict your future desires. This is how they do it appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Design, Cars, Trends, Gm, Automobile, Buick


Funding Friday: The Collective Museum of Private Collections

I like this project and backed it earlier this week. You can back it here.
Tags: Art, Crowdfunding, Trends


Mashing Art With Spying & Margot Fonteyn

Two days ago, I watched a documentary on Margot Fonteyn.  I love programs about dance or dancers, especially ballet. The show was nearly three hours long. The film was a slow and lasting, feast for the senses. The film was … Read More... Continue reading Mashing Art With Spying & Margot Fonteyn at ElsaElsa .
Tags: Art, Movies, Trends, Dance, Astrology, Margot Fonteyn, Uranus in Taurus


Smartsheet Makes Another Software Acquisition With Deal for 10,000ft

Smartsheet, a company that sells collaborative project-tracking software for business users, announced Thursday it has acquired 10,000ft, a startup developing digital tools organizations use to organize their schedules and track the time they spend on work projects. Both firms are based in the Seattle area.Smartsheet (NASDAQ: SMAR) did not disclose financial terms of the deal, but says adding 10,000ft’s products and staff will benefit Smartsheet users who work on their companies’ marketing and ...
Tags: Deals, Startups, Design, Marketing, Trends, Tech, Software, Pwc, Accenture, Seattle, Slope, Gavin Kelly, National blog main, Seattle blog main, Seattle top stories, Smartsheet


A New Hue For You: Choosing Colors to Match Your Mind

When people see a particular color, or even hear the name of that color, it can trigger deep-set memories and associations made from long ago. Color affects many different psychological and physical aspects, with each color possessing unique attributes. As further evidence of its effects, it’s often used in different types of therapies, including Emotional Transformation Therapy. Surrounding yourself with colors that reflect how you want to feel can have a prominent impact on your well-being. R...
Tags: Design, Trends, Color Theory, Interior, Design Minute, ColorSchemer Touch


6 Digital Design Tips to Help You Build Your Website

Are you an entrepreneur looking to build your own website? Here’s a quick pick-me-up for non-designers to guide you through the basics. Graphics designers all over the world generally prefers Mac over PCs, so congrats if you’re on one. Apple has been consistently stronger in colour display and design support, but either way, get your device ready and let’s dive right in! Use authentic software It is rather pricey to subscribe to Adobe Creative Cloud, but you will soon find out that it’s f...
Tags: Apple, Design, Adobe, Mac, Trends, Web, Software, United States, PRIMARY-CHANNELS, CHANNEL-DIGITAL-ART, OTHER-DIGITAL-ART, Design Minute, OTHER-CHANNELS, Colour Lovers


Google pits design teams against each other to create next winning Pixel phone

Want a better looking Pixel phone? Google may want to change the way its Pixel hardware looks, and a rumor says it's pitting several design teams against each other to come up with the next winning design. The post Google pits design teams against each other to create next winning Pixel phone appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Google, Android, Mobile, Design, Trends, Pixel 3, Pixel 4


Announcing [email protected]: The Roots and Future of the Internet

The first short message went out over Arpanet, the precursor to the internet, 50 years ago this year—and it changed everything. Much of the change has been wonderful—as the internet has revolutionized communication, commerce, and access to information, in the process transforming and improving the lives of billions of people. But as we are ever more acutely aware, that very technology infrastructure is also a tool for scams, identity and financial theft, election fraud, and oppression.These are...
Tags: Google, Security, Startups, Mobile, Internet Of Things, Design, Privacy, Internet, Boston, Connected Devices, Events, Trends, Economics, Economy, People, Cybersecurity


Climeworks wants to clean the atmosphere with a fleet of truck-sized vacuums

Using machines that resemble jet engines, Climeworks wants to fight climate change by extracting CO2 from thin air. The gas can then be sold to carbonated drink and agriculture companies, or sequestered underground. The post Climeworks wants to clean the atmosphere with a fleet of truck-sized vacuums appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Design, Trends, Features, Robot, Plant, Hybrid, Emerging Tech, Climeworks, Tech For Change, Troubleshooting Earth


Inside the Ocean Cleanup’s ambitious plan to rid the ocean of plastic waste

In 2013, Boyan Slat crowdfunded $2.2 million to fund the Ocean Cleanup, a non-profit organization that builds big, floating trash collectors and sets them out to sea, where they’re designed to autonomously gobble up garbage. The organization has since raised over $35 million and a lot of questions from incredulous experts. The post Inside the Ocean Cleanup’s ambitious plan to rid the ocean of plastic waste appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Design, Trends, Robot, Plant, Hybrid, Ocean Cleanup, Emerging Tech, Tech For Change, Troubleshooting Earth


Did The Simpsons Predicts Pantone’s Color of the Year?

The Pantone Color of the Year is a calendar event that every designer keeps an eye on. Starting in 2000, the Color of the Year is as straightforward as it sounds. However, are there more nefarious forces at play? The team at Aspire Doors noticed something that may have just blown Pantone’s cover wide open. Kind of… Before we get into their discovery, let’s discuss the Pantone Color of the Year and its significance… What is the Pantone Color of the Year? Pantone was founded in 1962 for the pur...
Tags: Design, America, Trends, Las Vegas, Matt Groening, Donald Trump, Color Theory, Pantone, Bart, CMYK, PRIMARY-CHANNELS, CHANNEL-DIGITAL-ART, OTHER-DIGITAL-ART, ColorSchemer Touch, Aspire Doors


Are we living in a simulation? This MIT scientist says it’s more likely than not

The simulation hypothesis, which was famously probed in the 1999 film The Matrix, is the subject of a new book by Rizwan Virk, a computer scientist and video game developer who leads Play Labs at MIT. In his book, Virk endeavors to unpack the heady arguments that call our physical world into question. The post Are we living in a simulation? This MIT scientist says it’s more likely than not appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Design, Trends, Features, Mit, Robot, Plant, Hybrid, Emerging Tech, Virk, Rizwan Virk


There is no spoon: An MIT computer scientist discusses the simulation hypothesis

The simulation hypothesis, which was famously probed in the 1999 film The Matrix, is the subject of a new book by Rizwan Virk, a computer scientist and video game developer who leads Play Labs at MIT. In his book, Virk endeavors to unpack the heady arguments that call our physical world into question. The post There is no spoon: An MIT computer scientist discusses the simulation hypothesis appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Design, Trends, Features, Mit, Robot, Plant, Hybrid, Emerging Tech, Virk, Rizwan Virk


How to Create a Killer Marketing Strategy To Sell Your Art

One of the biggest challenges in transforming your passion for art into a business is marketing your work. As a creative soul, you are not necessarily naturally talented when it comes to promoting and selling your work. In fact, many creative find this area particularly challenging as it requires skills which are pretty much the opposite of the artistic and creative skill-set. The good news, however, is that you can learn these skills and teach yourself to be stronger at marketing. Here is a st...
Tags: Design, Small Business, Advertising, Trends, Social Media Marketing, Web, Product Design, Amazon EBay, CHANNEL-DIGITAL-ART, OTHER-DIGITAL-ART, Roll Out Marketing Tactics Whether


YouTube Poop is punk rock for the internet age, and you probably don’t get it

Ever heard of a YouTube Poop? These experimental pop culture montages are ground zero for internet meme culture. Turning 15 years old this year, do they get the respect that they deserve? The post YouTube Poop is punk rock for the internet age, and you probably don’t get it appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Art, Youtube, Trends, Memes, Internet Culture, Emerging Tech, Youtube Poop


Brand Loyalty and Why It Is Vital

The Role of Brand Loyalty In Contemporary Business Brand loyalty is one of the most significant factors for achieving brand success. Without loyal customers who regularly purchase your goods or services, you will need to compete with other brands in terms of price and convenience. When people choose your brand based on how affordable your products are and how attractive your price is, your brand becomes a product. In this case, you have to deal with a significant fall in price and invent new...
Tags: Design, Uncategorized, Trends, Web, Culture, Theory, Philosophy, Products, Product Design, David Aaker, Contemporary Business Brand



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