Ownership

Fashion & Apparel What The Fashion Industry Can Teach Us About Sustainable Production

PSFK’s Fashion Debrief spotlights how key brands, designers and figures in the fashion industry are leading the way towards eco-friendly production

Automotive This Partnership Is Trying To Make Car Ownership A Thing Of The Past

Fair is a service that promotes micro-ownership of cars, offering a more flexible and frugal alternative to having a car in a city

Fashion & Apparel How Rent The Runway Leveraged Customer Data To Design Their In-Store Experience

The features of the brick and mortar store include a service area similar to the Genius Bar and a studio that offers personal styling appointments

Retail LYNK & CO Is A New Auto Brand That Promises Mobile Connectivity On Wheels

Online access and mobility sharing are driving the company to disrupt the auto industry

9 Stories You Need To Know Today

Twitter launches Lead Generation Cards, teens not concerned with ad data use and Glass will be a huge market.

Advertising Playground Made From Recycled Apartment Items

The space will be made from items donated from neighborhood dwellings to evoke a deeper sense of community.

Design Disruptive Model For Education Envisions UK Students As Creators [PSFK London]

Debbie Forster of non-profit 'Apps for Good' trains students to identify challenges that are important to them and develop mobile apps in response.

Technology Access Beats Ownership In The Age Of Cloud Computing

A couple of recent ideas point to how the development of cloud computing has impacted the way we think about storage and ownership.

Technology Creative Commons Licensed Money

Artist Seiji Ueoka's artwork blurs the relationship between copyright laws and ownership.

Technology Transient Artwork Continually Sells Itself On eBay

'A Tool To Deceive And Slaughter' is a piece of artwork that comments on ownership by powering its own continual exchange via eBay.

Advertising Follow Up: Lessons from Illegal Music Downloads

To curb illegal music downloads, The Economist argues that it is more effective to offer alternative ways of distributing music rather than focusing on litigation and suing users.