How knick-knacks and trinkets indicate character and establish workplace culture in all office settings
PSFK Labs has launched The Desktop Debrief, an insight into the infinite selection of desktop products that drive creativity and well-being in the modern workplace.
Former Amazon.com employees are about to change the identity of personal shopping through a pyramid of personalization, simplification and aggregation
The e-commerce world just a whole lot smarter. A Seattle-based team of former Amazon employees bring to life your new personal shopping assistant, Mona. Set to redefine retail consumption, the consumer-centric app merges personal assistance and data intelligence to create the ultimate personal shopping experience.
Walls of sweets made from Swedish recipes will be available in IKEA U.S. stores to commemorate Lördagsgodis ('Saturday Candy') tradition
IKEA U.S. has announced that it is rolling out a new in-store candy shop, offering customers a wide variety with 45 different types of confectionery. The sweets, which include gummies, sours, marshmallow, chocolate, licorice, and many more, are made from Swedish recipes in keeping with the store’s proud heritage.
Why office architecture is central to greater productivity and happiness in the workspace
PSFK Labs is excited to present The Desktop Debrief, a comprehensive lowdown of trends in the modern office that inspire happier, more productive workers.
Retailer uses artificial intelligence to fight fake grassroots campaigns by putting greater emphasis on verified and helpful reviews
Amazon is using artificial intelligence to combat fake product reviews and inflated star ratings.
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.
Telepresence and vision synchronization collide in a future where VR is about mutually beneficial possession
As history has shown time and again, the magic we’re allowed to attribute to the world is inversely proportional to the current state of our technology. As telepresence and vision synchronization in the VR space rises, for example, the topic of spiritual possession will no doubt lose some of its magical and supernatural association. In this way, virtual reality has the power to not only affect various industries, as covered in PSFK Labs’ Virtual Reality Report, but to let us take over the body of a willing participant.
PSFK speaks to Deena Varshavskaya, Founder and CEO of Wanelo, about building a company with a vision for the future
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.
Flatbook has the potential to rival Airbnb by entering the sharing industry by taking away unnecessary financial stresses for keen travelers
The emerging sharing economy is expanding at an increasingly fast pace and the newest offering Flatbook has the rather attractive potential to save frequent travelers time and money.
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: Editorial Researcher Melanie Ehrenkranz and the PSFK office try out fooji, an emoji-based food delivery service, prior to launch
If there’s one thing the people love more than emoji, it’s instant gratification. Fooji wants to oversimplify the food ordering and delivery process by creating a menu as diverse as the food emoji ecosystem and ordering as easy as sending a tweet. Seamless made picking up the phone and ordering food an almost laughable (and exhausting) way to order food—will fooji have the same effect on Seamless, rendering words and clicking a mind-numbing operation?
Pantry is a soon-to-open store near Boston that brings the "dinner in a box" service to a physical space
Mimicking the popular model of online subscription services such as Blue Apron, Pantry is a new kind of grocery store that allows shoppers to buy pre-portioned recipe kits to make the perfect meal at home.