Tag Archive: Inspiration


Priceless. “Design taste is always tough to define.” But it’s not hard to spot. This “…was actually made internally by Microsoft’s packaging designers to challenge the marketing team to do better. Much to… Continue reading

kfone? Kone? phlock?

Picked this up from Fast Company’s design blog – strange but good reversal of fortune where an auto co. (well, their agency anyway, but tip of the hat to Ford for following through)… Continue reading

Ah, the smell of it…

Just received this picture from a traveler leaving Doha Airport, and while I’m sure we’d all applaud a brand-owners efforts to extend the experience outside of the usual channels, the smell of airport… Continue reading

Design for what’s on your mind.

I read this last week. I read it three times more and, while I try not to simply re-post other people’s thinking verbatim, I can’t think of a better article you should read… Continue reading

Wi-tricity moves inexorably closer…

Spotted this morning, and while it’s not breaking news, the meme of wireless-charging (like all ideas that seem to arrive suddenly but in fact take 5 years to properly gestate) is really gathering… Continue reading

Are We Ready For New Retail Models?

Yes. But you won’t find them here – Are We Ready For New Retail Models? [PSFK NYC 2012] @PSFK. As sure as art mirrors life, it would appear that the social-media world’s search… Continue reading

Death of print… greatly exaggerated…

“Paper posters that play music via printed circuits made with conductive ink have been unveiled. The prototype “Listening Post” poster is a guide to bands performing locally. The interactive poster plays a short… Continue reading

FieldCandy – camp it up!

And they really are. FieldCandy – OUTSTANDING TENTS | FieldCandy. What a perfect idea, albeit a little pricey for your average fest…

Daytrotter: The source for new music from the best emerging bands

  The best $2 you’ll ever spend (regardless of the exchange rate). Even while you now have to subscribe and pay for the downloads, I can’t rate Daytrotter highly enough. You want great… Continue reading