If you missed Giagom’s design technology conference Roadmap this week, here’s a recap.
At Gigaom’s Roadmap conference, letterer and type designer Jessica Hische stressed the importance of knowing your brand before you build a logo because it will stay with you for awhile.
We asked five designers to tell us about the tech products that delight them every day. Here are their answers.
Fittingly, Medium founder and CEO Evan Williams shared a few details of the company’s roadmap with the crowd during the last session at Roadmap 2014. Expect a new home page (“our home page is terrible”) and a new mobile app.
Feature phones are still around, and popular in the countries that will grow in population the most over the next few decades.
At the center of any good product design is a whole lot of heart. Mladen Barbaric, the founder and CEO of Pearl Studios, explained at Gigaom’s Roadmap conference Wednesday why design is a “deeply human and profoundly emotional” process, and design projects created with love have a better chance to resonate with the general populace.
While that focus has been mainly on industrial design throughout Ford’s century-long existence, Ford is now venturing into the world of digital design, shifting much of the design focus to the interior controls of the vehicle.
When Google acquired home automation company Nest Labs in January, more than a few people wondered how consumers would react.
Building a design culture at an engineering company isn’t just about hiring a bunch of designers.
Many people see Google Glass or other wearables and immediately think “Great; here’s another device to distract me from my surroundings.” Designed with micro interactions in mind, however, these can actually give you more to experience the world around you.