What would happen if space and space exploration were as open and accessible as the internet? Ariel Waldman, the founder of SpaceHack.org, discusses the possibilities at PSFK SF
How can we make the change from an economy based on ownership to one based on sharing? In these hard economic times people are constantly searching for new and innovative ways of getting the things they need that don’t involve purchasing them. Micki Krimmel, the founder of NeighborGoods discusses how lending, and loaning between friends […]
Expert mobile developers Gloria Lin of Flipboard, Michael Callahan of One, Inc., Jack Krawczyk of StumbleUpon, and Jason Oberfest of ngmoco:) gather to discuss their varied experience at thePSFK CONFERENCE SAN FRANCISCO, and tell us the secrets to selling products and services on the small screen. How to sell products on a small screen,
John Bielenberg and Rob Schuham discussed a new kind of capitalism, at thePSFK CONFERENCE SAN FRANCISCO, that creates a more collaborative, responsible economy
What’s is the first step to solving a problem? Joe Gebbia, founder of AirBNB answers this question at PSFK Conference SF. Hint – 1st steps curiosity.
How does an agency find out what people do every day? How do they tell good stories? Nick Barham and Dan Hon of Wieden+Kennedy tackled these questions at the PSFK CONFERENCE SAN FRANCISCO
Ever wonder what it would be like to live in the world of Man Men’s Don Draper? George Parker has been in advertising long enough to share at PSFK SF 2011
How can corporations change the world for the better? At PSFK CONFERENCE SAN FRANCISCO, Erik Jouleof Levi’s shares his unique thoughts.
How do you build your personal brand? Joe Fernandez, founder of Klout shares with the PSFK SF audience why he believes everyone has influence.
Will social media kill Western storytelling. Chris Riley, of studioriley asked the audience at PSFK CONFERENCE SAN FRANCISCO to listen to the globes’ creative voices
Yves Béhar share with PSFK Conference SF how marketing has lost its effectiveness in this hyper-connected world.
How do you make education enticing to kids and how do you make it fun and easy to fund additional programs for under-privileged youth ? Gerald Richards answers this question and more at PSFK SF 2011.
Keith Yamashita, the founder of SYPartners, created an app that aims to help people get unstuck.
How do you take an everyday product and reinvent it in an already well-established industry? Then keep reinventing it? Eric Ryan, founder of Method, told our audience at the PSFK CONFERENCE SAN FRANCISCO how in the “sea of sameness” that is the cleaning products aisle his company decided to use minimalist design and the creation of a brand culture that promoted these products as a connection to your home and a place for self-expression, to create the “Aveda for the home.”