Bill Moggridge

Designing Media - Airside


Fred, Nat and Alex are partners in Airside, a London-based creative design agency, with a fluent approach to using multiple media platforms
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Designboost - A Periodic Table of Design Knowledge


Peer Eriksson and David Carlson founded Designboost in 2007 to share knowledge about design.  
DesignBoost, boost, Peer Ericksson, art director, videographer, David Carlson, publisher, David Report, trends, prediction, communication, advertising, knowledge, media

Designing Media - Bargeld & Zhu


I read a piece in the paper about the way that Blixa Bargeld and Einstürzende Neubauten were able to survive by fan subscription, thus avoiding the traditional perils of the music industry.
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Designing Media - Tim Westergren


In 2000 Tim Westergren founded Pandora, the personalized Internet radio service. Based on his Music Genome Project, Pandora selects songs and artists with similar musical qualities to a sample chosen by the listener and creates a “radio station just for you.”
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CCA to Launch an Interaction Design Program


I was in San Francisco last week to meet old friends from IDEO and Stanford, and while there I was privileged to give the inaugural lecture for the new Interaction Design Program at CCA (California College of the Arts).
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Coming Soon - Set in Style


What do Marlene Dietrich and Marjorie Merriweather Post have in common? They both wore jewels that will be exhibited in the upcoming exhibition Set in Style: The Jewelry of Van Cleef & Arpels, opening on February 18th at the Smithsonian’s Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum
Set in Style, Exhibition, jewelry, Van Cleef & Arpels, Mystery, setting, transformable, zippers, minaudières

Designing Media - Craig Newmark


Who hasn’t heard of Craigslist, the Web site that has dramatically altered the classified advertising universe with its largely free want ads and for-sale postings?
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Postcard from Tokyo


I was delighted by this New Year’s card from Takeshi Ishiguro in Tokyo. On the front was an image of a snow covered landscape, with one of those crisp blue skies that only seem to visit Japan when it’s cold.
Takeshi Ishiguro, product design, Industrial Design, Creative Lab, studio, Tokyo, Japan, postcard, light light, lamp, feather, Mutant Materials in Contemporary Design, Exhibition, 1995, MOMA, Book of Lights, Artecnica

Designing Media - Jimmy Wales


Jimmy Wales founded Wikipedia in 2001, harnessing voluntary contributions from anyone with sufficient interest and time to create the world’s largest encyclopedia.  
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"Why Design Now" - Triennial Highlights


Sunday January 9th was the last day of our National Design Triennial, open since May 14th. How can almost nine months go so fast? 
Why Design Now, Triennial, Exhibition, energy, mobility, community, materials, prosperity, health, communication, simplicity, categories, themes, global, efficiency, participatory, scale

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