Mark Kushner of Architizer spoke at PSFK 2015 on the way contemporary media is democratizing architecture for the better
Jeffrey Bjorn is making games that “parents like and kids love,” addressing the issue we’re facing where kids are playing less with more creatively restrictive playthings
Manoush Zomorodi’s weeklong podcast and newsletter, Bored and Brilliant, is helping to reevaluate the way we look at technology
PCH International’s Liam Casey sat down with PSFK’s Piers Fawkes for an interview on the positive headwind that’s being made in the world of global manufacturing supply channels
At PSFK 2015 we hosted three young entrepreneurs thriving in the on-demand and sharing economies to hear their thoughts on community-building
Creating and consuming in the digital age is detrimental to our social capacities
With the recent #GamerGate media hullabaloo, it’s important to keep our perspective as we tackle the hooligans who poison the well for all gamers
At PSFK 2015 we hosted three of the foremost pioneers in the realm of Big Data to hear what they had to say regarding its future.
Artificial intelligence system will magically schedule your work meetings
At PSFK 2015, we learn why convenience, efficiency and ‘smart luxury’ are necessary for a mobile citizen
At PSFK 2015, we learn why customization is the future of retail
In this video, GIPHY creator explains why an endless access to media has changed the way we communicate
Amanda Parkes rethinks how manufacturing, technology and design intersect, under one state-of-the-art roof
A 3D-printed wearable made to explore how we perceive time.
Italian design student creates cheap heating alternative
A portable electric bike folds to backpack size when not in use, allowing riders to use public transportation with no problems
Play digital music wirelessly on vintage audio devices
Elliptic Labs’ latest in gesture-reading technology lets users work their gadgets with a wave of the hand
The Flow wireless controller works with a variety of apps like YouTube, Autocad and Spotify, and could replace your mouse and keyboard
PSFK and MDC Partners touch upon how they chose right discussions, panels, and companies for CES 2015 guide
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.
Why an investment in tools and platforms is essential for growth in new media.
Designers must stretch themselves to connect farfetched ideas to create totally new ideas beyond the wrist.
Filmmaker and futurist Jason Silva discusses the emergence of human consciousness and the concept of The Mirroring Mind.
Julius Marchwicki of Ford discusses how the Sync AppLink technology will allow drivers to connect seamlessly with their automobiles.
Google researcher Abigail Posner discusses how the visual web reflects our creative minds.
Peter Weijmarshausen discussed how 3D printing will allow people to make whatever they want whenever they want in a meaningful and easy way.
A panel discussion at PSFK CONFERENCE 2013 discussed how technology is driving brand innovation.
Rodrigo Nino, CEO of Prodigy Network, is moving urban funding into the hands of the public in Bogota, Colombia.
A panel at PSFK CONFERENCE 2013 discusses how a more diverse workforce in this male-dominated business could create better products and services.
Neil Harbisson discusses his life as a human cyborg.
Author and media theorist Douglas Rushkoff explains how being constantly connected actually slows us down.
In this talk from PSFK CONFERENCE NYC, Robert Kirkpatrick talks about how the social media revolution has opened up a significant amount of data that can be analyzed (anonymously) to see signs of change. Kirkpatrick, together with his Global Pulse team at the United Nations, studies sentiment in Twitter feeds, fluctuations in price data and […]
PSFK CONFERENCE NYC, Steve Clayton talks about the drive at Microsoft to embrace what he calls ‘natural user interface’.
PSFK CONFERENCE NYC, Clay Shirky talks about the work of Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) at the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University.
PSFK CONFERENCE SAN FRANCISCO, Regina Ellis of JoyRx spoke about how her life experiences have brought her closer to understanding the importance of getting, giving, and sharing joy.
At Mango Health, Jason Oberfest has been using the principles of social game design to develop consumer health products that inspire good health in new ways
Who better than today’s youth to address issues such as bullying and social insecurities? And they’re doing it through design, creating apps that could change their reality and ours. Debbie Forster, Chief Operations Officer at Apps For Good, leads the organization that works in tandem with school curriculum to offer young students the opportunity to […]
At PSFK CONFERENCE LONDON 2012, the founders discussed how they are breaking down the barriers between everyday people and the mysteries of technology
Microsoft’s Richard Banks discusses the complications of information ownership and the transformation of the family heirloom to something more digital at PSFK London
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