PSFK with HP Matter identify the key players reinventing The Idea Economy
Though free-flowing exchange is the lifeline of any healthy marketplace, economies have long closed off the flow of ideas as a competitive means. As a trends and innovation leader, PSFK understands that in today’s Idea Economy that should no longer be the case and is precisely why PSFK, in partnership with HP Matter, has created the Innovators Index, a roster of pioneers making a global impact.
More innovative concepts have arrived, something for coffee, color, and weird installation art addicts alike
Coffee and color addicts, weird installation art connoisseurs and those of us who just want to make laundry day less painful: This week’s videos showcase the coolest in innovative concepts.
Co-founder and CEO at CrowdMed on how taking a collaborative approach to diagnosis can create greater efficiencies within the medical system
Innovation is the new currency in today’s Idea Economy. In recognition of the leaders who are disrupting our tech-driven world, the editors at thought leadership site PSFK.com partnered with HP Matter to create the Innovators Index, a roster of digital pioneers making a global impact. Each week, we’ll share POVs from these experts on their work and process, sharing insights on reinvention and how to embrace change.
psfkUNFILTERED: PSFK Staff Writer Simone Spilka and Site Editor Bogar Alonso test whether matcha green tea offers comparable amounts of caffeine without the crash
Here at PSFK HQ, there is a much-loved coffee culture. Some of the team love the craft itself: the art of brewing, savoring, fighting off coworkers to the pot. We arrive to the office at 9:30am with the anticipation of walking into the kitchen to find a pot already brewing. Some go for one cup and some for three, but PSFK Site Editor Bogar and I go for a cleaner and greener form of caffeine.
Work with companies like Google, IBM, and Nike; PSFK is hiring a Researcher/Strategist Intern for its New York City office
PSFK Labs is looking to develop strategy and thought leadership for the world’s leading corporations. Through our unique process, we tell thoughtful stories about the future, and how companies and their customers fit within them.
From 'Instant Everything' to 'Micro-Moonlighting,' PSFK recaps 12 trends shaping the Future of Connected Life
PSFK’s Future of Connected Life report and corresponding content series outlined consumer’s responses to the increasingly connected world around them. With the proliferation of digital experiences pervading every facet of modern life, both consumers and brands adapt to a changing world and address the contemporary challenges and changing landscape.
PSFK outlines what the Future of Connected Life means for industries across the apparel and travel sectors and beyond
As PSFK’s content series on the Future of Connected Life comes to a close, the impact today’s pervasive technology has had on individuals’ approaches to managing their effectiveness, balance, and growth is clear. Whether tapping into a network of always-on assistants to stymie a lengthy to-do list, or using new tools to connect with loved ones across a distance, technology is reshaping how consumers address old needs.
15-minute courses and topical email series are giving on-the-go students the educational malleability their busy lives demand
An hour-long train commute to and from the office offers a large window of time to enjoy at leisure or to extend your academic prowess. Whether it be furthering career-oriented skills or learning techniques to be better equipped for the experiences of everyday life, smaller format classes and online workshops make it easier to turn commuter hours into valuable learning opportunities.
Newly wedded Faris Yakob returned with his signature gusto to speak at PSFK 2015, charging us to pay attention
At PSFK 2015, a force of nature took the stage, one we’re used to seeing and happy to have take over; Faris Yakob of Genius Steals, author of Paid Attention, was back at front and center.
Burn off the calories gained from a night supplied by a pizza box-powered projector with an immersive treadmill experience or light-up dance shoes
Check out the colorful technology, tasty innovation, and immersive virtual reality in our latest must-see video coverage.
Impromptu connections are behind new social networks that live beyond the cyberspace
Technology tempts us to harness any quiet moment to complete a productive task or partake in social activity. Personal technologies are nudging us to remain plugged-in at every turn. But this constant connection comes at a price. With our focus aimed downward and inward, we fail to embrace social happenstance; rarely do we interact with strangers that inhabit our physical space. With our connectedness defining our behavioral social patterns, how can we harness that very technology to break free?
Matchmaking applications are helping expand our social and business circles by pairing us with like-minded individuals
Whether for private or professional life, meeting new people, let alone the right people, can sometimes be a trying experience. This can be particularly tricky in the digital space, and though social outlets such as Facebook aim to bring us together, they can sometimes have the opposite effect. What is needed is services that understand user’s individual needs and work to consciously pair them with like-minded people.