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IDEO’s Exploration into the Future of Automobility
WIRED, Fast Company and DesignBoom
Leading design publications cover IDEO’s exploration into the Future of Automobility, illustrating how transportation will change in the near and long term. Danny Stillion and Ricardo Figueiroa introduce three new concepts that conceptualize the commute, package delivery services and the mobile office experience. Read more in WIRED, Fast Company and DesignBoom.
The Engineer of the Original Apple Mouse Talks About His Remarkable Career
WIRED spotlights the career of self taught engineer and early IDEO employee Jim Yurchenco. The featured video, narrated by Jim, focused on the art of engineering, design and culture at IDEO and gives budding designers advice for success. IDEO project highlights include Apple’s first mouse, the Palm V and the first desktop computer for Metaphor. Read the full story here.
Leif Talks to Design Report
Shaping a School System, From The Ground Up
The New York Times
The New York Times spotlights IDEO’s work with Innova Schools to design a school system in Peru from the ground up. The article looks at how “increasingly design companies like IDEO are being asked to build complex systems for businesses, governments and non profit organizations”. For the full article click here.
FOCUS Talks With Tom and David About Creative Confidence
Designs On— Aging Launches
Wall Street Journal Digits, Fast Company, DesignBoom and Slate
Redesigning the School Lunch Experience
Wired and DesignBoom
Nikkei Explores Brainstorming
Nikkei Business Online
A Light Installation That Can Visualize Any Data Stream
Wired and Engadget
Straits Times and Tim Brown Discuss Design
The Straits Times
Kontakter and Axel Unger on the Customer Experience
W&V Kontakter Magazine
Tom Kelley Talks About Japan’s Innovation Path
Nihon Keizai Shimbun
BusinessWeek Talks to Sandy Speicher About Education in Peru
David Aycan and Paolo Lorenzoni write on the art of prototyping for HBR
Harvard Business Review
New Work from The Royal Academy of Arts and IDEO
Royal Academy of Arts
The Royal Academy of Arts talks about how they have worked with IDEO to change their website - as a first step. This is just part of ambitious plans to open up the Academy to provide new ways to engage with art and artists.