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Boeing Was ‘Go, Go, Go’ to Beat Airbus With the 737 Max

Caught short by its rival’s gains, Boeing raced to update its workhorse jet rather than design a new one. Workers describe a hectic project, but say they hadn’t felt safety was compromised.
Tags: Airlines and Airplanes, Aviation Accidents, Safety and Disasters, Engineering and Engineers, Pilots, Design, Factories and Manufacturing, Airbus Industrie, American Airlines, EasyJet Airline Co Ltd


Why You Should Consider Keynote as an Apple User

At Ethos3, we create the bulk of our designs in PowerPoint. As one of the largest presentation platforms, it is by far the most commonly used within the presentation community. And while PowerPoint happens to be our favorite presentation tool, we think presenters who operate in the Apple ecosystem might benefit from checking out Keynote on occasion. You might be wondering why you should bother learning a new system if you’re already comfortable with PowerPoint, especially since it’s such a great...
Tags: Design, Apple, Deliver, Develop, Keynote, Macbook, Presentation, Public, Public Speaking, Speaking


Boomer couple escapes harsh winters with minimalist van conversion (Video)

This tasteful van home features a comfortable interior, and includes a removable bed to allow for transporting larger cargo.
Tags: Design


At DDB, Two Ds Make a “B”

Doyle Dane Bernbach, also known as DDB, is a creative stalwart. The agency was started in New York City in 1949 by Ned Doyle, Maxwell Dane, and William Bernbach, who acted as president. Bernbach and Doyle had worked together at Grey Advertising during the mid-1940s; Dane had been running his own small advertising firm. It goes […] The post At DDB, Two Ds Make a “B” appeared first on Adpulp.
Tags: Ad People, Agencies, Agency Business, Design, Identity, Intellectual Property


Courtroom Face-off Ends in a Win for Jaguar Land Rover; China Declares the Landwind X7 a Copycat

A legal battle waged since 2016 ended with a historic win for Jaguar Land Rover on Friday. In 2015, China’s Jiangling Motor Corporation debuted the Landwind X7, a compact crossover that looked a lot like the Range Rover Evoque. Okay, not “a lot” — the near was damn near identical, but priced well below the […] The post Courtroom Face-off Ends in a Win for Jaguar Land Rover; China Declares the Landwind X7 a Copycat appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: News Blog, China, Copycat, Court Cases, Design, Jaguar Land Rover, Jiangling Motor, Landwind X7, Lawsuit


Asia’s AnyMind pulls in another $8M and expands into outdoor advertising

Asia-focused marketing startup AnyMind Group has landed a further $8 million in funding to close out its Series B round and expand into new verticals. The company announced a $13.4 million raise back in November, but that has now expanded to $21.4 million thanks to an additional injection from VGI Global Media, a Thailand-based firm that specializes in outdoor media, and Tokyo Century, a financial services firm that has invested in Grab among others. Japanese messaging app Line and Mirai Crea...
Tags: Advertising Tech, Asia, Funding, Fundings & Exits, Anymind Group, Bangkok, Coo, Design, Internet advertising, Japan, Marketing, Media, Outdoor Advertising, series B, Social Media Influencers, Sogo


The Best Real Estate Agents Rely On Intelligent, Effective Advertising

Editor’s note: This is a sponsored post. Top performing real estate agents bring persistence, talent and lots of hard work to the job. When it comes to marketing, these sales pros seek an advantage, and thanks to a multitude of new marketing tools, it’s much easier for agents to showcase their listings and find prospective […] The post The Best Real Estate Agents Rely On Intelligent, Effective Advertising appeared first on Adpulp.
Tags: Design, Experiential, Lifestyle Marketing, Sponsored Content


Drones are the new cost-effective way to monitor the environment

Conservationists, researchers and volunteers have spent countless hours on the ground keeping tabs on water quality in rivers across the country. Their work has been instrumental over the years, and new technology in the form of drones is making their jobs a whole lot easier. These unmanned aircraft, referred to as drones or UAVs, are easy to control and have become cost-effective in recent years. Environmentalists are using them to monitor ecosystems from the skies and are able to carry out th...
Tags: Design, News, Maryland, Virginia, Environment, Environmentalists, Drones, Pipeline, Federal Aviation Administration, Cunningham, Water Quaility, Ben Cunningham, Pipeline Compliance Surveillance Initiative


Currently Crowdfunding: A Speaker Made of Plastic Waste, a Portable Bike E-Motor, and More

Brought to you by MAKO Design + Invent, North America's leading design firm for taking your product idea from a sketch on a napkin to store shelves. Download Mako's Invention Guide for free here. Navigating the world of crowdfunding can be overwhelming, to put it lightly. Which projects are worth backing? Where's the filter to weed out the hundreds of useless smart devices? To make the process less frustrating, we scour the various online crowdfunding platforms to put together a weekly roundu...
Tags: Design, Crowdfunding, Gomi, MAKO Design Invent North America, PlatoWork


Design Job: Apple Inc is Seeking a CAD Sculptor/Digital 3D Modeler in Cupertino, CA

Apple is looking for candidates with a strong interest and aptitude in digital 3D modeling for the Industrial Design group’s CAD sculpting team. Description The CAD sculptor creates high-quality digital 3D surface models used in the industrial design and product development process. Responsibilities View the full design job here
Tags: Design, Jobs, Apple Inc, Cad, Cupertino CA


Eye-popping 'maximalist' tiny house suggests that 'more is more'

Full of vibrant colors, patterns and eclectic decor, this tiny house is not as minimalist as its exterior might suggest.
Tags: Design, News


Soulection’s 400th Episode

Soulection (Soundcloud sensation turned Beats 1 radio show) is hosting a ticketed recording of their 400th episode in Los Angeles on Saturday, 23 March. Joe Kay, the show’s co-founder and head A&R, recorded the first episode in January of 2011 and has since amassed over five weeks’ worth of recorded audio—that’s not even including his live shows and DJ sets, which he does almost nightly—and …
Tags: Design, Los Angeles, Live, Radio, Culture, Hip-hop, Beats 1, Linkaboutit, Concerts, Live Performances, Soulection, Joe Kay, Radio Shows


A Look at Six Car Design Specialties, Part 1: The Stylist

"Just imagine being able to take a thousand different bits of metal; and if you fit them all together in a certain way, and then if you feed them a little oil and petrol; and if you press a little switch; suddenly those bits of metal will all come to life. And they will purr and hum and roar. They will make the wheels of a motor-car go whizzing round at fantastic speeds…."That quote is from Roald Dahl's book Danny, the Champion of the World, where the young car-nut protagonist recounts his fathe...
Tags: Design, Roald Dahl, Cars, Los Angeles, Arizona, Gm, Pasadena, Acura, Danny, Acura Design Studio, ArtCenter College of Design, Randall Smock


MVRDV-designed market in Taiwan will grow food on a massive green roof

Hot on the heels of its bold “Times Square” proposal for Taiwan’s capital, MVRDV has broken ground on another project — this time for the island’s southern city of Tainan. Created in collaboration with local architectural firm LLJ Architects, the Tainan Xinhua Fruit and Vegetable Market is a wholesale, open-air market that will not only serve as an important hub for the city’s food supply chain, but will also serve as a new public destination. The landmark building will be topped with an undula...
Tags: Design, Taiwan, Architecture, Gallery, Amsterdam, Urban Farming, Carousel Showcase, Green Roof, Times Square, Tainan, MVRDV, Food Supply, Food Market, Urban Farm, Undulating Architecture, Winy Maas


IKEA’s making flat-pack DIY chocolate Easter bunnies!

An unusual play for IKEA, the Vårkänsla is an edible Chocolate Bunny right in time for Easter celebrations… but just like most of IKEA’s products, this bunny needs assembly too! The Vårkänsla is a flat-packed tempered chocolate bunny that can be assembled by just plugging three chocolate pieces together. Its design plays on IKEA’s trademark self-assembly instructions and techniques. The bunny comes in a flat box, with instructions on how to put it together. Luckily unlike most IKEA furniture, th...
Tags: Design, Diy, Ikea, Chocolate, Dining, Easter, Product Design, Bunny, VÅRKÄNSLA


Build your next iOS and Android app with Flutter

Mobile development is full of compromises. When you’re building a new app, you’re often forced into a difficult choice: do you build the same app twice—once for iOS, once for Android—so that you have a high quality experience for both platforms? Or do you create one app from a shared codebase that works across both platforms, but doesn't have the performance or user experience you were hoping for? Flutter offers a third way: enabling high-quality user experiences with excellent performance, alon...
Tags: Design, Dart, Barcelona, Developers, ARM, Flutter, Stateful Hot Reload, Abbey Road Studios Hamilton


Flume: Hi This Is Flume (Mixtape Visualizer)

For his first release since 2017, electronic artist Flume taps fellow Aussie Jonathan Zawada for a 42+ minute visual for Hi This Is Flume. Though the release is available to stream on all platforms, it’s most powerful when experienced alongside the Zawada-directed video. Complete with lucid digital renderings and eclectic live-action scenes, the cuts accentuate the insanity of Flume’s music—it’s frantic and enveloping, but when the …
Tags: Video, Music, Design, Music Videos, Culture, Electronic Music, Australian, Listenup, Electronic, Flume, Jonathan Zawada, Zawada, Mixtape Visualizer


Hen Harriers on the verge of extinction due to gamekeepers killing illegally

A new study reveals that hen harriers are being killed at an alarming rate on U.K. grouse moors. Scientists found that gamekeepers are eliminating these birds, which are on the verge of extinction in England because they hunt red grouse. Conservationists have been tagging hen harriers in the U.K. for several years and discovered that 72 percent of the birds involved in studies have come up missing. The researchers believe the majority of these birds were killed illegally. Related: Don’t forget ...
Tags: England, Design, News, Animals, United Kingdom, Endangered Species, Don, Conservationists, Hen Harriers, Red Grouse


The FLEXSE tiny house module is built from 100% recyclable materials

A tiny and deliciously cozy prefab home has popped up in St. Petersburg, courtesy of local architectural practice Smart Architecture Laboratory (SA lab). The charming compact building—dubbed FLEXSE—is the firm’s first prototype for tiny modular housing and is modeled after a traditional Scandinavian BBQ house. Designed with flexibility in mind, the FLEXSE prototype was prefabricated in a factory, assembled on-site and built entirely of recyclable materials. Defined by its organic elliptical f...
Tags: Design, Russia, Barcelona, Architecture, Gallery, St. Petersburg, Prefab, Carousel Showcase, Tiny House, Recyclable Materials, Modular Architecture, Grill, Adaptable Architecture, Grill House, FLEXSE, Architecture Prototype


The Corky gives bicyclers an instant flip-out rear-view-mirror

When it comes to riding a bicycle, it’s important to be aware of ALL your surroundings… even things that aren’t in your peripheral vision. With some countries not having dedicated bike lanes, it makes absolute sense to keep an eye on the road and the obstacles ahead of you, but also on vehicles that are approaching you.The Corky by THE BEAM gives you the literal power of hindsight. Designed to snugly dock right into your bike’s drop bars, Corky’s universal design retrofits into any bike’s hand...
Tags: Deals, Design, Automotive, Popular, Product Design, Random, Corky, Min Hyeon Seong, THE BEAM, Hyeon Seong, Corky M


Boxy volumes anchor a beautiful home into a rocky cliffside

When Montreal-based firm YH2 Architecture was tasked with the almost impossible feat of building on an incredibly sloped, rocky landscape, it came up with a solution that goes back to the age of time: building blocks. Using the natural landscape to its advantage, the firm constructed the gorgeous House Dans l’Escarpement out of two concrete “boxes,” one vertical and one horizontal. The ingenious design not only let the project expand vertically but also reduced the footprint of the home on its ...
Tags: Design, Architecture, Gallery, Montreal, Home Design, Wooden Homes, Country Homes, Unique Homes, Glass Homes, Unique Home Design, YH2 Architecture, Site Impact, Block Homes, House Dans l Escarpement, Block Architecture, Mahogany Homes


Gundam-Styled Illustrations For Corporate Calendar 2019 For Gold Mining Company

According to artists: “Polyus is the largest gold producer in Russia with second largest area of explored reserves in the world. More than two million kilograms of gold, just imagine! Although this is not the first project we have done for the client, it’s certainly the most unusual. We took as a basis real photographs of the places where gold mining is conducted.These alien landscapes urged... Source
Tags: Design, Russia, Gold, Mining, Robots, Machines, Inspirations, Giant, Gundam, Gold Mining Company


Emily Wells: Come on Doom, Let’s Party

Backed by clips of climate crisis, protest and dance, Emily Wells appears front and center in the video for her newest single, “Come on Doom, Let’s Party.” Surrounded by strings, echoed synths and drums, Wells sings with forlorn longing. “My movements are actions of love, mimicry, isolated protest. My movements illustrate willful blindness. My movements illustrate a willingness to see. My movements illustrate a fury …
Tags: Music, Design, Climate Change, Culture, Music Video, Party, Listenup, New Music, Emily Wells, Wells, Strings, Singer Songwriter


University Professor Has Redesigned The Zweibrück Observatory In Germany Into R2-D2

Star Wars fans know him, the little droid R2-D2. Through him, friends of space can now look into the stars, more precisely into the Zweibrück starry sky. Because Hubert Zitt, professor at the Zweibrücken University of Applied Sciences and known for Star Trek and Star Wars lectures, together with a small team consisting of his father-in-law Horst Helle, the master painter Klaus Ruffing and several... Source
Tags: Star Wars, Design, Star Trek, R2-d2, Professor, Observatory, Zweibrück, Zweibrück Observatory In Germany Into, Hubert Zitt, Zweibrücken University of Applied Sciences, Horst Helle, Klaus Ruffing


Britain’s Biggest Bronze Statue Crosses Land And Sea To Reach New Home

Britain’s largest bronze sculpture – a giant figure of a crouching woman – glided into its new home in the coastal city of Plymouth on Monday, bolted onto the back of a sea barge. The seven-metre (23 ft) high artwork, showing an actress poised to leap into action, crossed the waters of Plymouth Sound and landed at the city’s Millbay Docks, dwarfing the hard-hatted crewmen below who did not even... Source
Tags: Messenger, UK, Design, Britain, Plymouth, Statue, Plymouth Sound, Joseph Hillier


Russian Artist Transforms Google Map Landscapes And Boring Russian Cities Into The Future Outworlds

Andrey Tobolyakov, a digital artist from Samara, Russia, takes pictures of roads, cities and Google map locations. Remakes them, with the help of Photoshop, into the worlds of a distant future. Perfect! More: Source
Tags: Google, Design, Russia, Future, Cyberpunk, Inspirations, Cityscape, Samara Russia, Photomanipulations, Andrey Tobolyakov


The BioLite Headlamp 330 is a NOTCOT favorite -...

The BioLite Headlamp 330 is a NOTCOT favorite - so thin, so light, and so bright (with no nauseating bounce) we've been grabbing it for everything from night dog walks, to working under a car, to camping and more! (Want more? See NOTCOT.org and NOTCOT.com) [Author: submitted]
Tags: Design, Submitted


Prometheus Design Werx pair of SPD Kraken DIY +...

Prometheus Design Werx pair of SPD Kraken DIY + All Terrain Enamelware Mugs 16oz featuring the fun tool wielding octopus we love! (Want more? See NOTCOT.org and NOTCOT.com) [Author: submitted]
Tags: Design, Submitted, SPD Kraken DIY


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21 Recommendations for Spending Your Content Marketing Time Wisely

One enduring challenge with content marketing is how quickly it can turn into the content treadmill. This week, we’ve got... Continue Reading The post 21 Recommendations for Spending Your Content Marketing Time Wisely appeared first on Copyblogger.
Tags: Design, Featured, Content Marketing, Blogging, Content Marketing Strategy, Copyblogger Weekly