Yesterday, Fast Company’s Co.Design blog wrote a nice entry about our website for Herman Miller called Discovering Design. The site is several years old, but it’s a good testament to the staying power of good design - the website, but of course the products themselves. More
A few weeks ago, a client approached us and asked, “What can we do with augmented reality?” Several hours of research later–plus a couple more for this post–and I still haven’t found a simple answer.A few weeks ago, a client approached us and asked, “What can we do with augmented reality?”Several hours of research later–plus a couple more for this post–and I still haven’t found a simple answer. More
The Fulton Street Farmer’s Market across town from our office in Grand Rapids has been providing a harvest of locally grown food more than 80 years. If those stalls could talk they’d share stories about a time when the local open-air market was the center of commerce in our community.
That’s no longer the case, of course. More
There have been a number of interesting posts lately on ReadWriteWeb regarding the puzzle of Social Media for Business. Businesses have only begun to take advantage of the capabilities of social media tools to empower communications to their customers. More
Inspired by Mark Hurst’s book, Bit Literacy, I tracked down the author and engaged him the way he suggests we all engage the various bit streams that inundate us with information every day: head-on and purposefully.
Here’s how it went down…
Curt: Where did the idea for the book come from?
Mark: Everyone’s going to end up with a lot of information in the workplace today. How are they going to react to that? What skills are they going to bring to bear to manage that information? More