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De invloed van ontwikkelingen op het gebied van populaire cultuur, media en technologie op kunst en design
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“The design is done when the problem goes away”

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“Designers, designers, designers” has become the new “developers, developers, developers.” Witness the ever-growing list of job postings for product designers, UI designers, user research designers, UX designers.

 

Pinterest's Founding designer about his design philosopy. "Figure out your product’s purpose, and keep designing and re-designing it. Shrink the gap between what it does and why it exists, and don’t stop until the gap disappears." Dead-simple?

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TED Becomes a Publishing Platform

"TED has become a publisher (curating content and disseminating it) and a publishing platform (a format designed to attract and disseminate more content). The platform is akin to other new forms of publishing such as blogs or tweets. A TED talk is something that can be described and that gives it informational power.

TED could have done the traditional publishing thing — put up walls and sold exclusivity. Instead, it has chosen to embrace the notion that information has the most value when it is shared widely. Perhaps traditional publishers of other forms of media should take note"

 

 TED is now one of the most powerful and visible brand in the world. Not only because they produce qualitative content, but curate, select and spread ideas they believe in widely.

 

Pretty inspiring. And convincing.

So, who wants to be a publisher ?


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The Power of Infographics

An overview of why infographics are important, touching on their history, application and creation.

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