In less than a decade, Aronowitz has hopped between some of the Valley’s most admired startups: eBay, LinkedIn, and Facebook. And she’s learned how to relate design’s importance within a big organization.
The world’s most snuggled object can now feel your touch.
Thinkk Studio broke a lamp down to three parts--without sacrificing flexibility and function.
New York designers TWO-N honor record-breaking calculations of Pi by representing a small subset of the number’s decimal digits as pixels. (Yes, 4 million is a small subset.)
Go forth and produce your unlicensed novelty fan gear!
Siren Elise Wilhelmsen’s “Season Carpet” is like a Hypercolor T-shirt for your floor.
If only Thomas Edison had been more interested in lasers!
Last year, TED broke with tradition and awarded its annual prize to an idea, rather than a person: City 2.0, a vast project that challenges people to reinvent their cities. Here’s a strategy for keeping the momentum going.
We always knew that whole Apple/Pixar/Disney connection was good for something.
Numbers and bullet points aren’t the only things driving executive decision making. And pretty pictures won’t get you there either. Both designers and MBAs have a lot to learn.