In this video, the founder of Kill Screen explains why games are an important part of culture all their own.
The panel discussed the qualities of ideal leadership and how diversity can be attained for a better functioning workplace. This diversity starts with the understanding that the tech industry’s influence has expanded far beyond tech-related mediums.
The panel focused the problems that arise when companies obtain more personal data than is necessary, and when it is ok to cross the line and access someone’s information.
Top minds from Quirky and GE discuss how an usual business partnership led to the rapid execution of crowdsourced inventions.
In this video, Rodrigo Nino talks about why crowd-sourcing provides the answer to successful and economical growth.
In this video, Timothy Goodman discusses how social media responded to a romantic experiment between friends.
In this video we learn how physicality stimulates creativity and innovation by blurring the lines between work, life and play at Brooklyn Boulders.
In this video, the founder of Outlier spoke at the PSFK Conference about using transparent communication for successful brand strategy.
In this video, Emilie Baltz talks about her year of experiences using food to inspire new ideas.
In this video, Keith Yamashita talks about how maximizing your business’ potential can expand it to an unlimited future.
Creativity is best satisfied when the bored mind is allowed to wander.
Why an investment in tools and platforms is essential for growth in new media.
In this video, Will Berman of Unwashed Denim and Rachel Shechtman of STORY talk about the importance of democratizing discovery.
Designers must stretch themselves to connect farfetched ideas to create totally new ideas beyond the wrist.
Two students used rapid prototyping to overhaul a common item to be less wasteful and easier to use.
Designers need to stop focusing on features and return to the linguistics of products to spur real innovation.
In this video, Scott Thrift talks about why breaking things down into hours, minutes and seconds makes us less productive.
In this video, Marc Kushner shares why the key to beautiful design is not math or physics, but rather emotional connection.