Thoughtless Acts: Learn From Nature
Words By Shuya Gong

Thoughtless Acts: Learn From Nature

Thoughtless Acts. , and IDEO designers collect photos of them to inspire their work. I discovered this tree on a sidewalk in Hong Kong; its roots had popped up in the outline of the concrete tiles simply because it was easier for them to grow that way.
Thoughtless Acts: Showing Off Shades
Words By Kate Burn

Thoughtless Acts: Showing Off Shades

We call these intuitive and unconscious reactions thoughtless acts, and IDEO designers collect photos of them to inspire the invention of new products, services, and experiences.
Thoughtless Acts: DIY Rain Gutter
Words By Eri Tsutsumi

Thoughtless Acts: DIY Rain Gutter

Thoughtless Acts. , and IDEO designers collect photos of them to inspire their work. I found this outside of a grocery shop in Tokyo. Someone used the plastic bottle to replace the broken rain gutter.
Thoughtless Acts: Skate the Streets
Words By Eri Tsutsumi

Thoughtless Acts: Skate the Streets

Thoughtless Acts. , and IDEO designers collect photos of them to inspire their work. A few years ago, I traveled to Amsterdam in the wintertime.
Thoughtless Acts: Driving in Style
Words By Lawrence Abrahamson

Thoughtless Acts: Driving in Style

Thoughtless Acts. , and IDEO designers collect photos of them to inspire their work. Moving trucks aren’t always built for convenience. After all, they’re meant for hauling cargo, not a luxurious drive. But they are chock full of packing tape.
Thoughtless Acts: Design Your Breakfast
Words By Sally Madsen

Thoughtless Acts: Design Your Breakfast

Thoughtless Acts. , and IDEO designers collect photos of them to inspire their work. What could be more satisfying than a blueberry in every waffle hole? My son Tom took his time to arrange everything just perfectly before gobbling it down.
Thoughtless Acts: Escape the Rain
Words By Eri Tsutsumi

Thoughtless Acts: Escape the Rain

Thoughtless Acts. , and IDEO designers collect photos of them to inspire their work. I took this picture at the beach festival in Chiba, Japan. Sudden rain is hard to avoid in the Japanese summer.
Thoughtless Acts: Single-Serve Medicine

Thoughtless Acts: Single-Serve Medicine

Thoughtless Acts. , and IDEO designers collect photos of them to inspire their work. I snapped this photo in the Amazon jungle town of Iquitos, Peru.
Thoughtless Acts: Space to Socialize
Words By Nazlican Goksu

Thoughtless Acts: Space to Socialize

Thoughtless Acts. , and IDEO designers collect photos of them to inspire their work. I took this picture in the neighborhood where I grew up in Istanbul.
Thoughtless Acts: Mobile Hat Rack
Words By Samantha Miller

Thoughtless Acts: Mobile Hat Rack

Thoughtless Acts. , and IDEO designers collect photos of them to inspire their work. We met a beer and sausage vendor in Germany who keeps an array of hats stored on his gearshift, a humorous-looking makeshift hat hook.