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The Future of the Book
IDEO designers produced a video with three concepts—Nelson, Coupland, and Alice—that provoke and inspire new thoughts about the future of reading. The Brian Lehrer show on NPR affiliate WNYC spoke with IDEO’s Duane Bray and Robert Lenne about the project. Listen to the interview here.
Others posts inspired by the video include: The Atlantic, Wired.com, The Guardian UK, Gizmodo, Fast Company‘s Co.Design, GOOD, Core77, Metropolis, Creativity, Brain Pickings and Mediabistro’s Unbeige.
Brian Lehrer Looks at the Future of the Book
The Brian Lehrer Show, WNYC 93.9 fm
WNYC’s The Brian Lehrer Show takes a look at the future of the book through three concepts — dubbed Nelson, Coupland, and Alice — that provoke listeners (and readers) to think about the future of the reading experience.
Listen to the interview with IDEO’s Robert Lenne and Duane Bray here.
Watch the video that inspired the talk here.
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Fast Company takes a look at the oneness of brand and design at JetBlue, and mentions IDEO’s work on adding services that “customers, mainly the business travelers that JetBlue hopes to attract, are willing to pay for.”
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Tom Kelley Interviewed in Brazil’s Top Magazine
IDEO’s Tom Kelley is featured in the article “Up In The Air” in Brazil’s Top Magazine.
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IDEO’s Jessie Cutts and Active Philanthropy’s founder and managing partner, Felicitas von Peter published “No Bad Philanthropy?” in Alliance magazine, a leading publication in the field of social investment.
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Sony Launches Open Planet Ideas on the OpenIDEO Platform
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Sony and World Wildlife Fund (WWF) have launched Open Planet Ideas, an open-innovation challenge that invites people around the world to submit inspirations and concepts that help to solve the question “How can today’s technology address the environmental challenges we’re all facing?” The challenge is powered by OpenIDEO and leverages the growing OpenIDEO community to contribute ideas.