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Automotive PSFK Tracker Shows How Purposeful Brands Won 2018 And Will Play 2019

Consumer sentiment analysis shows purpose-driven brands creating positive impact are seen as most innovative, by using their platforms to harness the power of global perspective through their local strategies

Technology Pioneer Of Humanability: Nigel Jacob

In an interview with PSFK, working in collaboration with Verizon, Nigel Jacob discusses how he is using technology for good with his work for New Urban Mechanics

Technology Pioneer Of Humanability: Mike Stanley

In an interview with PSFK, working in collaboration with Verizon, Mike Stanley discusses how he is using technology for good in his work with Transit X, creating solar-powered pods that provide an alternative to current methods of public transport, ultimately hoping to curb urban pollution and congestion

Food & Beverage Pioneer Of Humanability: Joy Youwakim

In an interview with PSFK in collaboration with Verizon, Joy Youwakim discusses how she is using technology for good in her work with growing produce on top of landfills, putting waste to use and offering communities locally-grown food as well as helping to alleviate hunger

Shopper Education & Assistance Cyclists Could Avoid Injury With This Wearable From Ford

Ford continues to broaden its outlook on mobility options for consumers with a smart jacket concept that helps people cycle more confidently and better coexist with cars and pedestrians

Retail How Brands Can Use Public Spaces To Amplify Their Impact

Companies are contributing ideas for infrastructure and creating spaces that bring people together to make an impact on city life

Cafe & Restaurant Former Paint Factory Becomes An Experimental Co-Living Hotspot In Shanghai

The project creates a micro neighborhood blending residential, retail and public space

Design BMW Proposes An Elevated E-Bike Roadway For City Traffic Relief

The modular roadway takes advantage of unused space to increase sustainable mobility options

Advertising Inside The Booming Business Of Nation Branding

These days, every place in the world wants to market its unique identity—and an industry has sprung up to help put them on the map

Interview Sole Searching In The Age Of The Smartphone

We spoke with Ron Faris about creating ephemeral communities in a world where Nikes aren’t just shoes anymore, they’re status symbols—like a Rolex, for your feet

Syndicated How The 1970s Could Vanish From Vancouver

The Empire Landmark Hotel is the latest brutalist icon set to be demolished in a frenzy of property speculation

Automotive Lyft Reimagined Street Design For The Future Of Mobility

The ride sharing company presented a newly imagined Wilshire Boulevard in a future where autonomous cars are widely available

Design What Would An Entirely Flood-Proof City Look Like?

From sponge cities in China to ‘berms with benefits’ in New Jersey and floating container classrooms in the slums of Dhaka, a range of projects are looking to treat storm water as a resource rather than a hazard

Brand Activation & Immersion Projects To Repurpose Underused Freeways Bring Communities Together

Freeways Without Futures 2017 seeks to bring leaders and communities together to discuss the environmental impact of highway infrastructure