Thinking

Technology Scientists Use Brainwaves To Compose Music

Software has been specially developed to convert thoughts into elaborate compositions that actually mimic human composed pieces.

Advertising PSFK Chats With The Designer Behind Jaguar's New F-Type

We speak with Julian Thomson, that mind that created the concept car that inspired Jaguar's new F- Type vehicle.

Design PSFK's Top Five Stories Of The Week

We review the best in design, culture, art and fashion and creative business in our weekly 'What's Trending Now' roundup.

Hotels, Hospitality & Travel Grant McCracken: Design Work In Cambodia Can Changes Lives

The first Human-Centered Design Innovation Lab is launching in Cambodia, and they're looking for a fellow who is willing to spend a year in Phnom Penh, doing everything from research, field work and interviews to design.

Home frog: Why 'Wrong' Is The Right Way To Go

Chief Marketing Officer Tim Leberecht of frog, says adaptation, improvisation, rapid experimentation, fast failing, a high tolerance for ambiguity, super-flexibility are marking the beginning of a new era of doing business.

Work Leo Babauta Wants You To Think Simple

The simplicity author and blogger discusses applying minimalism to thinking so we can focus on essential ideas.

Innovation Grant McCracken: Harnessing the Innovation Paradox

For some reason, it is when we are free to stop thinking about the problem that we sometimes manage our best work on the problem.

Luxury Grant McCracken: Time Colonies, Time Colonists: Next New Thing In Marketing?

Until his death in 2000, Dennis Severs lived in London's east-end in a house that had no running water, no electricity, no toilet, no shower, no toaster, no TV, no modern conveniences of any kind.

Advertising frog design: Zen And The Art Of Design

Human ingenuity is bounded only by what we can identify as an opportunity through unmediated experience.

Innovation Is There A Connection Between Body Movements And Thinking?

A new research suggests that our physical movements are linked with our thought processes.