Embracing new behaviours in a networked society is better approach than denying them: Getty shows how http://t.co/w3cNHDKxFN @claropartners
He began by building wood models: gluing cut paper and painted dowels into layers and photographing it. "It was way too crafty, but that is what I was creating, this idea—I like the idea that you feel the thing you're looking at, someone made that, there's some authorship to it."
“Useful, humble features will prove more effective in actual use than glistening touch screens & embedded speakers.” http://t.co/qgZLFDgkO2
Good advice, marketing centric, but relevant anyway
Twinkie in front of Ghostbusters firehouse is perhaps the sweetest tribute to Harold Ramis http://t.co/fCA8KvUZno http://t.co/65WX2CbDT2
the White Text on Gray Rectangles School of news site design is having something of a moment.
IDEO’s Culture of Helping - Harvard Business Review @HarvardBiz http://t.co/rccNjqoNQA An inspirational read, @IDEO !
Interesting take on the architecture of refugee camps, how the living conditions with them can be improved, and more: http://t.co/QEPgSWmVCZ
Advancing STEAM @risd … @BabetteAllina @RepBonamici @RepAaronSchock: http://t.co/oZECwC3rc0 via @USNewsEducation
Interesting stats on global differences in smartphone handset adoption
"Some bankers and analysts think that Google, Facebook, Amazon or the like will not fully enter a highly regulated, low-margin business such as banking," he wrote. "I disagree. What is more, I think banks that are not prepared for such new competitors face certain death."
Josh wrote a blog post:
There is one situation where “Getting Out of The Deliverables Business” is not a metaphor or a provocation but rather an imperative: it’s the contract.
The risk for banks is that new competitors will consign them to a limited role as back-office utilities, while non-banks become the new face of their customers’ financial lives.
Where #anthropology meets industry, an epic conference. http://t.co/TtFmfXOsMf
Reminded of the story of Target figuring out a girl was pregnant before her mother http://t.co/4EY01XDvma @xgmedia #ixd14
It’s not just Obamacare. In the future, we’ll all work less http://t.co/KM1y4fKq2o via @qz