An off-the-shelf crowdsourcing platform will let companies create "challenges" to gather insight, and guide users with a series of design-focused exercises.
the sculpture references her namesake, Ada Lovelace, who, in the 19th century, wrote a series of notes related to a paper on her friend Charles Babbage’s “analytical engine,
Stanley Saitowitz, one of the city's legendary architects, makes one of San Francisco's signature hotels look and feel more like San Francisco, instead of just kitsch.
Imagine if you could carpet your office based on the soundtrack of the activities the space supports: jazz in the break room, classical in executive lounge, silence amid the accountants.
Do you know what to do in an earthquake? No? Me, neither! Here's a handy primer.
Pretty bad. But it actually seems to be getting (slightly) better, and the trend-line is looking good.
You can break it down, then put it back together again, anywhere in the world, in virtually any shape, size, or configuration. It’s the ultimate house for the 21st century nomad.