We’ve just returned from the WSJ-D.Live conference where we hosted a roundtable entitled ‘disruption through design’. This is the first in a four-part series where I explore the topic we discussed, alongside the three standout themes I encountered in wider discussions within the event: artificial intelligence, the rise of the new multimedia giants, and the importance of product joy.
Just down the river from our London studio, you’ll find the Design Museum, the world’s leading museum devoted to contemporary design in every form from architecture to fashion. Read on as our UX Designer, Will, reviews his top 3 exhibits.
Websites are designed, measured and constructed using such pixels, and that’s traditionally why Photoshop has been favoured by designers and developers alike. But now requirements are changing for designing a web property. No longer are websites static entities, ruled by the maximum pixel widths of the most common screen sizes.
The festival has been going for more than a decade and I wanted to share with you my experience of this conference. Erik's talk was a particular favourite of mine, not just because of what he has done for the design industry, but his dry sense of humour had me in stitches.