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Travel september 7, 2016

Delta Airlines Has Created A Snapchat Scavenger Hunt In L.A.

Filters have been strategically placed in neighborhoods around the city for players to track down to win prizes

Travel may 5, 2016

No More Lost Bags? Delta Embraces RFID For Luggage

The move towards the future is leading airlines into a more efficient age of baggage handling

Cities april 6, 2015

Delta Air Lines Eases Pet Owner Worries with $50 Tracker

Delta's tracker notes a pet's location, the angle and position of their transport crate and their surrounding temperature

Work february 11, 2014

Why The Hotel Room Should Be An Oasis Amidst Urban Life

Guest rooms can evolve to become the ideal home away from home, while integrating balance, health, and well-being into their design.

Mobile june 21, 2013

15 Stories You Need To Know Today

Vine to get a talent agency, video on Instagram, Apple set to provide iPads to LA schools and Dunkin' to offer gluten free doughnuts.

Retail march 3, 2013

PSFK’s Top Five Stories Of The Week

A light shower that cures jet lag and MIT unveils 4D printing. We review the best in design, culture, art, fashion.

Technology february 28, 2013

Delta Demos Light Shower That Cures Jet Lag

The airline is showing off a concept shower at TED that recreates the effects of sunlight to help people recover from a long flight.

Home september 13, 2012

Delta Airport Terminal iPads Let Guests Check Flight Info & Order Food

In New York’s LGA airport, tablets at boarding gates help improve the waiting experience as people can play games, check flight information, and have snacks delivered to them.

Retail march 8, 2012

Delta Lets You Shop On Amazon From 30,000 Feet

Delta Air Lines is offering free wi-fi access to the online shopping network from its planes.

Mobile january 2, 2012

Film Reveals What Really Happens To Your Bag After Check In

US airline Delta sent a bag with 6 built-in cameras on a flight from Atlanta to New York City.

Gaming & Play august 18, 2011

Tech In Retail – Getting It Wrong, Getting It Right

Retailers need to stop looking to use technology to (only) create efficiencies but also use it to create experience.

Advertising july 29, 2010

An Experiment In Transmedia: Fox Show To Be Viewed On iPad Before TV

The network says the “Lone Star” preview through the Vanity Fair app will mark the first time that a television pilot has been made available on the iPad.

Design & Architecture february 4, 2010

The Touch Activated Faucet

Gizmodo points us to Delta's innovative Touch Sensitive Faucet, and they report that the touch sensitivity works just right.

Work january 5, 2010

(Pics) Boarding Pass Fail: Fixing Bad Design

After experiencing the frustrating design of Delta Airline's boarding pass, Tylern Thompson got to work sketching his own version.


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