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Decode: Digital Design Sensations – Victoria and Albert Museum

5 January, 2010

Prototypes from the Flowers series, 2009 Daniel Brown

Decode: Digital Design Sensations

In partnership with SAP
8 December 2009 – 11 April 2010

Prototypes from the Flowers series, 2009 Daniel Brown Prototypes from the Flowers series, 2009 Daniel Brown

Decode: Digital Design Sensations

Porter Gallery
£5 Adults
£4 Concessions

Digitally growing plants and a mechanical eye that mirrors the blink of a visitor’s gaze will be among the digital works that will feature in Decode: Digital Design Sensations. The exhibition will show the latest developments in digital and interactive design, from small screen based graphics to large-scale installations. Curated in collaboration with leading digital arts organisation onedotzero, there will be works by established international artists and designers including Daniel Brown, Golan Levin and Daniel Rozin as well as emerging designers such as Troika and Simon Heijdens.

Decode: Digital Design Sensations – Victoria and Albert Museum.

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Digital Magazines: Bonnier Mag+ Prototype | Bonnier AB

5 January, 2010

This conceptual video is a corporate collaborative research project initiated by Bonnier R&D into the experience of reading magazines on handheld digital devices. It illustrates one possible vision for digital magazines in the near future, presented by our design partners at BERG.

Digital Magazines: Bonnier Mag+ Prototype | Bonnier AB.

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Pillowig – Joo Youn Paek

3 December, 2009

Pillowig – Joo Youn Paek.

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Zipper Pond | My[confined]Space

3 December, 2009

Zipper Pond | My[confined]Space.

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Make: Online : Periodic table

3 December, 2009

Make: Online : Periodic table.

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Envisioning Development: What is Affordable Housing?

3 December, 2009

Envisioning Development: What is Affordable Housing?.

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DesignNotes by Michael Surtees » Blog Archive » Old Blogging Diagrams, things have changed from two years ago

26 August, 2009

A couple years ago when it came out I did a quick post suggesting that the diagram illustrated more about the conversation over at Design Observer and not the blogosphere in general. The question that Jen Bekman was posing I thought was worth briefly exploring again. A lot can happen in 2 years “To diagram a blog today without taking Twitter, Fb +/or Tumblr into account might render its result irrevelant. I wonder how Ms. Scher would revise this diagram today, 2+ years later.