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The Future of Design Entrepreneurship (Designer Fund)
Enrique Allen из Designer Fund описывает свои мысли о текущих проблемах и перспективах дизайнеров как основателей компаний. Это отчасти результат круглого стола с Khoi Vinh (Adobe), Joey Cofone (Baron Fig), Tiffany Chu (Remix) и Tricia Choi (MoveWith) —
UX  startup  trends  strategy  business  issue  video  discussions 
13 hours ago by jvetrau
7 Artificial Intelligence Trends that will Rule 2018
Artificial Intelligence (AI) remained the driving force of various industries in 2017. With so many tech giants and startups already delving into the AI ecosystem, it is expected to grow with better…
trends  2018  chatbots  hardware 
14 hours ago by automationeye
Are pop-up igloos the new Christmas markets? | Life and style | The Guardian
Pop-up snowglobes are appearing on roof terraces, and in back gardens and holiday resorts – with Instagram feeds set to be filled with #igloo pics all winter
pop-up  trends  food  instagram 
yesterday by dancall
Voice First — The Future of Interaction? (Nielsen/Norman Group)
Kathryn Whitenton из Nielsen/Norman Group глубоко и по делу разбирает плюсы и минусы голосовых интерфейсов как способа ввода команд и вывода информации. Она говорит, что идеальной является их связка с экранным интерфейсом — в таком виде визуальное и звуковое восприятие информации работает лучше всего. В статье точно подмечены проблемы популярных голосовых помощников, которые предстоит решить в будущем.
UX  voice  speech  issue  patterns  problems  trends 
3 days ago by jvetrau
CPG Digital Performance Index | Accenture
Last year, the top 25 US food and beverage companies drove 45 percent of category sales, but only 3 percent of growth. The remaining 97 percent of sales growth was driven by smaller players. Historical market leaders need to take steps to recapture their share of industry growth.
fmcg  stats  reports  trends 
4 days ago by dancall
Beauty Brand Glossier To Pop-Up In UK Soon |
But beyond the content the brand creates, Glossier is a uniquely mobile-age success story because of the content on which it collaborates with users and fans to create and disseminate. That’s visible in its ultra-minimalist, but very distinct and memorable packaging, its “whimsical” product naming and even in the designs of its structures.

“The space is — in the fashion of today’s brand-conscious eCommerce companies — not only a store but an ‘offline experience,’” Architectural Digest said in its review of the NYC flagship, noting how it both matches and exceeds the times. “This one, though, is truly experiential. Lush pink carpets with pops of magenta furniture and interactive mirror displays make it feel like something of a hybrid of a modern boudoir and a high-fashion funhouse.”
pop-up  luxury  retail  trends 
4 days ago by dancall
Here’s how people in India are manipulating Twitter trends to spread political propaganda • Buzzfeed
<p>Twitter is facing serious scrutiny in the United States over revelations that Russian state-linked trolls exploited its platform in an attempt to sow discord in American politics, and it’s making attempts to be more transparent about promoted tweets. But in India, the company’s fastest-growing market, politicians and their supporters have discovered an effective way to spread propaganda without paying Twitter a dime: hijacking the trending column with targeted hashtag campaigns.

A BuzzFeed News analysis found that at least 10 political hashtags that appeared in the top 10 in Twitter’s trends column in India during the last two months were the result of organized campaigns that gave people tweet templates and urged them to post duplicate tweets to promote the hashtags. More than 50% of the tweets containing these 10 trending hashtags had duplicates, and many seemed to be copy-pasted from these tweet templates. There were nearly two dozen other political hashtags that trended in this timeframe — but their popularity doesn’t seem to have been the result of orchestrated campaigns.

Spamming Twitter with duplicate tweets is a violation of Twitter’s rules, which say users aren’t permitted to “post multiple updates to a trending or popular topic with an intent to subvert or manipulate the topic to drive traffic or attention to unrelated accounts, products, services, or initiatives.” A Twitter spokesperson told BuzzFeed News, “Any use of automation to game Trending Topics is in violation of the Twitter Rules, and we have had measures in place to address this since the spring of 2014.” Still, that isn’t stopping these campaigns that make political propaganda trend on the platform in India.</p>

Social media v democracy: seconds out.
twitter  india  trends 
4 days ago by charlesarthur Trends 2018
One of our most important tasks as trend researchers and innovation consultants is to maintain a clear overview on your behalf of the changes taking place in the world. To assess for you which technologies, business models and consumer trends will soon be relevant to your company, and then process the implications. Why? So that you can take the trends further into your company and initiate precisely these changes and innovations that are necessary for long-term success. - via Nicole Piontek
trends  food  retail  future 
4 days ago by dancall

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