Beloved or hated, maths is the subject with which everyone has to “deal” because it allows you to read social behavior behind the myriad of data that the network collects every day. Understanding it (especially in its potential dark sides, see box with an interview with Cathy O’Neil) is not a nerd thing but a necessity also for those involved in politics, human rights, climate change, ecology.
Most Italian furniture design brands do ok on social media but they are miles from the achievements of fashion labels. Yet even a chair could go viral: if only…
In Eindhoven, the new digital IoT public services made possible through a city-wide grid are being co-designed by citizens. A good example of how cities can keep the driving seat when it comes to Big Data.
Learning unsurpassed technical solutions from biology: the challenge for architects, engineers and even managers is between biomimicry, design and innovation
Design counts in the world of IoT (Internet of Things) perhaps more than it did in the old analogue universe. Because the extra technology is welcome only if it will not be intrusive, kind, and above all human.
Is it possible to earn a living using one’s Instagram account without being a pop star, a socialite or a fashion blogger? Danish digital creative Ida Laerke – who portraits the beauty of small things – does it. Her secret? Eyes that can frame the moment, a very personal style. And a certainty: online reputation is worth a lot. If you have it, don’t waste it away…
From the MoMA in New York to the Tate in London, from the Muse of Trento to the Convent of San Domenico in Naples, museums go digital. And this is changing the way we experience art but also their social role, as they build new relationships with the public