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Dieter Rams Lists the 10 Timeless Principles of Good Design–Backed by Music by Brian Eno

Nearly all of us have heard the dictum "Less, but better," and nearly all of us have used Braun products. But how many of us know that both of those owe their considerable popularity to the same man? After studying architecture, interior decoration, and carpentry, the German industrial designer Dieter Rams spent 40 years at Braun, most of them as the company's chief design officer. There he created such hits as the 606 universal shelving system, the SK61 record player, and the ET66 calculat...
Tags: Apple, Google, Design, College, Netflix, Brian Eno, Seoul, Saul Bass, Braun, Dieter Rams, Facebook Twitter, Rams, Paola Antonelli, Colin Marshall, Gary Hustwit, 21st Century Los Angeles


How we worked to make AI for everyone in 2018

Seeing music. Predicting earthquake aftershocks. Finding emojis in real life. These are just a few examples of how researchers, engineers and user-experience (UX) professionals made imaginative ideas real. They made it happen using tools and techniques developed by Google’s People + AI Research (PAIR) team in 2018.We founded PAIR in 2017 to conduct research, create design frameworks and build new technologies that help make partnerships between humans and artificial intelligence productive, enjo...
Tags: Google, New York, Harvard, Ai, Zurich, University of Connecticut, Paola Antonelli, Museum of Modern Art MoMA, Cambridge Mass, Google Creative Lab, David Weinberger, Brendan Meade, People AI Research PAIR, Phoebe de Vries


The hoodie is 3,000 years old

In the video above, the always-fascinating Paola Antonelli, architecture and design curator at New York's Museum of Modern Art, takes us through the history of the hoodie, "a humble masterpiece," beginning in ancient Greece and Rome.
Tags: Fashion, Video, Design, News, Greece, Clothing, Hoodies, Paola Antonelli, New York s Museum of Modern Art, Sweatshirts


Standards Manual launching the First Ever Book of the Original Emoji from Japan

Standards Manual launching the First Ever Book of the Original Emoji from Japan AoiroStudio May 03, 2018 We have featured successful campaigns before by Standards Manual on ABDZ. Now they are back with something that we all use every single day...Emojis! They have launched the first ever book of the Original Emoji from Japan. Emoji debuted back in 1999 designed by Shigetaka Kurita, let's help reach their goal at creating the first hardcover book and sm...
Tags: Google, Japan, New York, Design, Museum of Modern Art, Paola Antonelli, NTT Docomo, DOCOMO, Shigetaka Kurita, Kurita, Japan Emoji, Paul Galloway


Milan Design Week 2018: The Stand-Out Brand Activations

Sunday marked the final day of Salone del Mobile 2018 — also known as Milan Design Week, which is now in its 57th year. It’s regarded as the leading design event focusing on the Fuorisalone and the Salone del Mobile, with more than 300,000 registered visitors from around 165 countries flocking to Milan from April 17 to 22, 2018. Once again, brands were out in force—here’s a look back at the week, with a curatorial assist from the Interbrand Milan that was on-site, starting with automotive brand...
Tags: Google, Design, Milan, London, Instagram, Uncategorized, Advertising, Furniture, West, Luxury, Morocco, Italy, Shanghai, Sony, Ikea, Retail


The 3,000-year history of the hoodie | Paola Antonelli

The hoodie is a lot more than just a comfy sweatshirt. Design curator Paola Antonelli takes us through its history. [Author: [email protected] (TED)]
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Coffee Lids: Peel, Pinch, Pucker, Puncture

You’d think it’d be simple enough: make a disposable lid for a takeout coffee cup. You should be able to drink the coffee without removing the lid and the lid should stay on if the cup tips over (most of the time). But this simple design challenge has been solved in many different ways, as evidenced in Louise Harpman’s and Scott Specht’s forthcoming book, Coffee Lids: Peel, Pinch, Pucker, Puncture. The book is a partial catalogue of the authors’ extensive collection of coffee lids. Photos o...
Tags: Cabinet, Jason Kottke, Paola Antonelli, Phil Patton, Louise Harpman, Scott Specht, Jack Clements, Harpman, Louise Harpman Scott Specht


The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) Presents a Free Online Class on Fashion: Enroll in Fashion as Design Today

Fashion as Design, a free online course by the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), beginning this coming week (11/27), may not equip you with the skills to bring a fabulous garment to fruition, but it will help you understand the context behind clothes both workaday and wild. Led by Department of Architecture and Design Senior Curator Paola Antonelli, Curatorial Assistant Michelle Millar Fisher, and Research Assistant Stephanie Kramer—whose respective fashion heroes are actor Cate Blanchett, de...
Tags: Google, Art, Design, College, Trayvon Martin, George Zimmerman, Museums, Online Courses, Museum of Modern Art, Bruce Lee, Cate Blanchett, Gloria Steinem, Moma, Facebook Twitter, Paola Antonelli, Museum of Modern Art MoMA


What Designers Can Learn from Brand Specialists to Scale a Successful Business of Their Own

Last week's WGSN Futures conference, an event founded by the aforementioned trend research agency, focused on the future of retail, branding and marketing in a time now dubbed the "Retail Apocalypse." With thousands of brick and mortar stores shutting down last year, it's clear traditional retail needs a bit of rebranding itself. WGSN's stance on the matter was immediately made clear through the conference's theme: The Future Consumer.  Along with the topic of the Future Consumer is the press...
Tags: Google, Design, New York City, Events, Research, Davis, Packaging, Levi Strauss, Levi, Conferences, Ideo, Moma, Don, Cheung, Paola Antonelli, Design Business


MoMA's "Is Fashion Modern?" Examines History's Most Quintessential Clothing Items 

Is Fashion Modern?, a new exhibit at MoMA organized by Senior Curator Paola Antonelli and her all-female team of curators, is as much a celebration of fashion and design as it is an extensive history lesson. Leaving no rock unturned, the show investigates many of the everyday fashion items that make up our wardrobes, taking a historical, cultural, or even political lens to each one. Fashion can often feel innovative, but how far do some of these concepts stem back? How are modern designers reint...
Tags: Accessories, Design, Ford, Vogue, Exhibitions, Calvin Klein, Moma, Times Square, Fashion Design, Coco Chanel, Paola Antonelli, Yves Saint Laurent, Jessica Rosenkrantz, Maison Martin Margiela, Photo Galleries, Françoise Hardy


MoMa's First Fashion Exhibition In 73 Years Showcases Everyday Clothing

It's been over seven decades, but a fashion exhibit is finally making its way into the hallowed halls of New York's Museum of Modern Art.According to The Hollywood Reporter, Items: Is Fashion Modern?, will be the first fashion-related show at the museum since Are Clothes Modern, an exhibit from 1944.Unlike the Metropolitan Museum of Art's annual Costume institute exhibit, which focuses on a specific designer or cerebral theme, Items: Is Fashion Modern? will shed the spotlight on more everyday f...
Tags: Fashion, Music, New York, Earth, Calvin Klein, Levi, Issey Miyake, Paola Antonelli, Frida Kahlo


Abstract: Netflix’s New Documentary Series About “the Art of Design” Premieres Today

All over the world, so many kids growing up, students looking for a major, and even adults angling for a career change say they want to get into “design.” But what do they mean? The word encompasses a bewilderingly wide (and ever-expanding) range of disciplines, respected and experienced practitioners of eight of which the new Netflix documentary series Abstract takes as its subjects: architect Bjarke Ingels, illustrator Christoph Niemann, interior designer Ilse Crawford, stage desig...
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New York's Museum Of Modern Art Acquires Original Emoji

NPR's Robert Siegel speaks with Paola Antonelli, senior curator at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City, about the museum's recent acquisition of the original emoji for its permanent collection.
Tags: New York, News, New York City, Npr, Museum of Modern Art, Robert Siegel, Paola Antonelli


176 Original Emojis Join Van Gogh and Picasso At Museum of Modern Art

If you happen to walk through the Museum of Modern Art in New York between December to March of next year, you may see 176 emoji on display next to Van Gogh and Picasso. On Wednesday, the museum announced that Shigetaka Kurita's original pictographs would be added to its collection. Los Angeles Times reports: Nearly two decades ago, Shigetaka Kurita was given the task of designing simple pictographs that could replace Japanese words for the growing number of cellphone users communicating with te...
Tags: New York, Tech, Museum of Modern Art, Los Angeles Times, Emojis, Van Gogh, Moma, Paola Antonelli, NTT Docomo


How Quantum Physics Might Help Us Design More Elegant and Scalable Solutions 

As the founding director of Parsons' Transdisciplinary Design program, Jamer Hunt has been championing the possibilities of a systems-based, postindustrial design approach to social innovation and service design for over a decade. Using New York City as an academic laboratory, students work to, "define the next phase of design practice globally." In addition to Hunt's role at Parsons, he has curated a number of provocative programs including the Design and Violence series and Headspace: On Sc...
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Paola Antonelli: Rejection Is a Sign You’re Onto Something New

For more than 21 years, Paola Antonelli has been a curator at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York City. Her career has been devoted to putting together provocative exhibits that spark new... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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