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Md Delwar Hossain
Mar 31, 2022
In Ganja + Yoga Forum
It’s easy to get design tunnel vision. But designers don’t exist in a void, they’re the creators of culture and a new frontier of the connection between society and art. Here we present a set of articles about pushing boundaries in art and design. What’s going on in the contemporary world and how you as a designer can expand your understanding of how the craft of design touches every part of life. How can you bring design thought to special database everything you do? This list is by no means comprehensive, but compiled of the most relevant topics we’ve clicked through during the last year. We would love to see what you have all been reading about for the last year, and how you want to bring those ideas into 2016! Technology Articles - Tech How to Design the Future (Aeon) Technology fact and fiction — how do they inform one another in a way that allows us to design our own futures? Aeon examines the fictionalization of special database technology, often expressed through film, and how it impacts the real technology developed today. Virtual Reality Lets You Live the News Instead of Reading It (Gizmodo) The New York Times debuted their virtual reality world of journalism in 2015. This new way of storytelling allows the viewer to be completely visually immersed in a story, with an “emotional impact” that goes above and beyond words and pictures on a page. Gizmodo explores how it’s done and the potential repercussions of this new development in storytelling. The Internet of Things is Everywhere, but it Doesn’t Rule Yet (Wired) What exactly is “The Internet of Things” and how is it impacting our lives? It’s the smart world, or the world of connected gadgetry. It means that someday soon possibly everything you touch is going to be somehow seamlessly connected to the internet. Wired explores the dilemmas facing this inevitable new world as it grows. Tower of Babble: The Emoji Paradox (Print Magazine) It’s easy to special database glean multiple meanings from many of the symbols in one of the world’s most widely-used languages. Does the ambiguity of these happy/sad faces, pineapples, and flamenco dancers represent bad design? Print Magazine gives it a thought.
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