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Designing Media - Bob Mason with Jeremy Merle


Bob Mason & Jeremy Merle, November 2008 Bob Mason cofounded Brightcove in 2004 with Jeremy Allaire. They saw the possibility of a complete end-to-end solution to deliver video from any creator to any customer, across diverse devices, allowing content owners to have the same breadth of communication that had previously been limited to major corporations and media companies.
Bob Mason, Jeremy Merle, Brightcove, end-to-end, video, delivery, publishing, online, platform, transparent, Interaction Design, designing media, book, Interview, Bill Moggridge

Designing Media - Mark Zuckerberg


Mark stares at you from the cover of this week’s Time Magazine with intense green eyes.
Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook, social network, internet, online, Open, transparent, connection, access, community, friends, media, Information, privacy, exchange, application, filter, Bill Moggridge, designing media, book, Interview, MIT press, design media, social impact

Band-Aid Revolution


This past weekend was a terrific Cynthia Rowley/Johnson & Johnson extravaganza at Smithsonian’s Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum. Cynthia’s show at Lincoln Center was downright gorgeous, with stunning skirts perforated with geometric shapes and cabochon-covered fabrics with transparent cardigans and gauzy stockings.
Cynthia Rowley, fashion design, runway, Show, fabrics, perforation, perforated, transparent, band aid, adhesive bandages, brand

On Transparency


What does it mean to want everyone to have access to knowledge about everything businesses and government are doing? Is the act of living with transparent things merely a tugging at the will to become invisible, to have less impact on the environment? 
transparency, transparent, objects, spaces, impact, Information, externality, explanation, access, corruption, networking, cameras

The Product Nutrition Label Revealed: Q+A with Joe Gebbia


Joe Gebbia is a San Francisco-based industrial designer and self-described “designtrepreneur,” as well as founding partner of the green materials consultancy Ecolect. 
Joe Gebbia, Industrial Designer, Ecolect, sustainable, practices, gap, reliable, Information, consistent, standards, evaluation, assessment, materials, manufacturers, Product Nutrition Label, sustainability, index, lifecycle, Life Cycle Assessment, LCA, footprint, verifications, qualitative, USDA nutrition label, context, optimize, transparent, Europe, GreenBox, subscription, inspiration, Why Design Now, Triennial, Exhibition

The Product Nutrition Label Revealed: Q+A with Joe Gebbia


Joe Gebbia is a San Francisco-based industrial designer and self-described “designtrepreneur,” as well as founding partner of the green materials consultancy Ecolect. 
Joe Gebbia, Industrial Designer, Ecolect, sustainable, practices, gap, reliable, Information, consistent, standards, evaluation, assessment, materials, manufacturers, Product Nutrition Label, sustainability, index, lifecycle, Life Cycle Assessment, LCA, footprint, verifications, qualitative, USDA nutrition label, context, optimize, transparent, Europe, GreenBox, subscription, inspiration, Why Design Now, Triennial, Exhibition

Innovation, Deviance and Design


In this growing area of design innovations are evident in numerous forms. Not limited to current technologies these designers sample from current, emerging and out-moded technologies to provide low cost effective solutions to benefit the poor and marginalized.
technology, low cost, affordable, solutions, poor, marginalized, cross-discipline, cross-sector, partnership, innovative, influence, developing countries, literacy, teams, virtual, Engineers, software developers, industrial designers, governments, models, Rockefeller Foundation, Innovation Initiative, efficiency, effectiveness, resources, crowdsourcing, InnoCentive, web-based, R&D, global, connectivity, link, Positive Deviance, user-generated, social, behavioral, approach, Ashoka, Changemakers, competition, Open, collaboration, collaborative, sponsors, post, transparent, online, access