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What would a truly walkable city look like? | Cities | The Guardian
The obsession with self-driving cars and dockless cycles means pedestrians are often overlooked. But if we fail to accommodate those on foot, we ignore an essential part of what makes a city great
cities  roadsafety  cycling  uk  usa  africa  walkforlife  walking  walk2work  cars  safety  design 
28 days ago by allaboutgeorge
New label Ifeoma takes a menswear approach to womenswear | Dazed
My mum’s favourite colours were blue and black, but when I think about a grey area, it’s an area you are refusing to acknowledge or a space you don’t understand. It’s something between here and there, neither to be accepted nor ignored. It’s just there. I thought, focusing on that grey makes sense.
gray  fashion  women  design  beauty  creativity 
july 2017 by allaboutgeorge
Nest Founder: “I Wake Up In Cold Sweats Thinking, What Did We Bring To The World?”
“I think we have to be very cognizant of the unintended consequences, but also acknowledge them and then design them out–make sure that we are ethically designing,” he says. “This is the slowest technology will ever progress ever again in your life. It’s only speeding up. So what are we going to do as designers to bring that element in all the time?”
technology  design  ethics  future  apple  google  beauty  mobile  business 
july 2017 by allaboutgeorge
The Poetry of Headlines - Lingua Franca - The Chronicle of Higher Education
Newspaper headlines, as I said last week, are prose poetry. Not only do they have distinctive grammar and diction, they also have a tightly constrained form and even more tightly constrained content. Compared with a headline, a sonnet is a piece of cake.
newspapers  media  poetry  writing  creativity  search  editing  design 
february 2013 by allaboutgeorge
Google’s Richard Gingras: 8 questions that will help define the future of journalism » Nieman Journalism Lab
While technology holds great promise, it’s important to recognize that while technology has value it has no “values.” Technology, in and of itself, is not the solution. Yes, it can provide the means for solutions, but it is up to us to determine how to make it so.

We need to rethink every facet of the journalism model in light of the dramatic changes in the architecture of the news ecosystem. I’m not suggesting that everything must change, but a comprehensive rethinking is a necessary and valuable intellectual process.
journalism  media  newspapers  news  google  content  narrative  writing  reporting  work  data  search  social  design  innovation 
april 2012 by allaboutgeorge
Magazine Icon Roger Black: The iPad is Not a Magic Pony | Betabeat — News, gossip and intel from Silicon Alley 2.0.
“We can’t produce with the money available the kind of hand-crafted stuff I used to do,” he noted patiently. “As the world gets more complicated, as the business models morph, we have to come up with ways to leverage our resources, so we don’t spend all our time doing stuff that doesn’t matter that much.”

“What matters is the words and the pictures,” he continued. “It’s crazy for a designer to end up saying this, but Ithink if nothing else, RSS feeds on the Web taught us that people just want us to give them the content and get out of the way.”
design  creativity  publishing  ipad  apple  rss  web  technology  mobile  media  journalism 
march 2011 by allaboutgeorge
Urge to Own That Clapton Guitar Is Contagious, Scientists Find - NYTimes.com
The most important factor seemed to be the degree of “celebrity contagion.” The Yale team found that a sweater owned by a popular celebrity became more valuable to people if they learned it had actually been worn by their idol. But if the sweater had subsequently been cleaned and sterilized, it seemed less valuable to the fans, apparently because the celebrity’s essence had somehow been removed.

“Our results suggest that physical contact with a celebrity boosts the value of an object, so people will pay extra for a guitar that Eric Clapton played, or even held in his hands,” said Paul Bloom, who did the experiments at Yale along with George E. Newman and Gil Diesendruck.
celebrity  music  rock  behavior  science  economics  money  design 
march 2011 by allaboutgeorge
Pitchfork: Poptimist: Poptimist #35
The provisional quality of choices is a hot topic in a world where design and services are highly iterative. Facebook has become something close to a global constant by continually changing and tweaking its service based on the real-time user data it receives-- a giant ongoing experiment in the kind of cybernetics which so fascinated Eno in the 70s. The simultaneous rise of the app as a software delivery system pushes this idea further out into consumer culture. People get used to the software they buy as iterative-- subject to continuous tinkering, upgrades, and improvements. And as that becomes the norm in one area of culture, it changes expectations everywhere else. Again, it's not unfinished-- you expect Facebook, or an app-- to work. But it's unfixed-- you don't expect it to stay the same for long.
technology  music  attention  facebook  social  business  software  design 
january 2011 by allaboutgeorge
New Yorker web editor: The site is “guided by what’s on paper” » Nieman Journalism Lab » Pushing to the Future of Journalism
The most telling change, though, is as much about philosophy as it is about design. On the re-launched site, “we put less of the magazine online than we used to,” Eskin says. It’s a choice that will likely become more common as The New Yorker’s fellow outlets make key decisions about paid content. “Especially now that ‘Information wants to be free’ is no longer an article of faith — we wanted to tell our paying subscribers that they can access everything,” he says. “And to tell our non-paying visitors that there’s a lot that they’re missing.”
newyorker  design  online  business  ipad  mobile  media  magazines 
january 2011 by allaboutgeorge
How would you change Nokia's N8? -- Engadget
If someone (read: UPS) accidentally delivered the keys to the Finnish kingdom to you, how would you go about tweaking and / or reshaping the N8? Would you have selected a different operating system? Added a few more hardware buttons? Thrown in a different processor? Made it available on your carrier of choice?
nokia  mobile  android  windows  technology  design  symbian  software 
december 2010 by allaboutgeorge
Subtraction.com: My iPad Magazine Stand
[...] Social media, if it’s not already obvious to everyone, is going to continue to change everything — including publishing. And it’s a no-brainer to me that content consumption is going to be intimately if not inextricably linked with your social graph. Combine Flipboard or whatever comes along and improves upon it with the real innovation in recommendation technology that we’ll almost undoubtedly see in the next few years, and I can’t see how the 20th Century concept of a magazine can survive, even if it does look great on a tablet.
magazines  media  journalism  writing  ipad  apple  mobile  technology  design 
october 2010 by allaboutgeorge
Internet Founder Tim Berners-Lee Details 4 Concerns About Future of Mobile Web (Nokia World 2010)
[...] The last point also involved a project in which Berners-Lee is involved: providing Web access to the 80% of the world that doesn't go online. He works on this issue through the foundation at webfoundation.org, which examines the challenges in this area. Surprisingly, lack of signal with which to log onto the Web is not the main thing holding back the spread of the Web. 80% of the world has access to the Web, but, for some reason, chooses not to use it.

The cost of data is partially to blame in many cases for this, and for those who cannot afford data plans through their carriers, they're limited to SMS for sharing information. But SMS is very constraining, says Berners-Lee. What's needed instead are better, more low-cost data plans for mobile phones. [...]
future  internet  location  mobile  privacy  web  nokia  design  communication  ethics 
september 2010 by allaboutgeorge
It's Time to Prepare for the End of the Web as We Know It - Advertising Age - Steve Rubel
Mobile devices, by their nature, force users to become more mission-oriented. As more internet consumption shifts to gadgets, it's increasingly becoming an app world and we just live in it. Innovation, fun, simplicity and single-purpose utility will rule while grandiose design and complexity will fall by the wayside.

It won't be enough just to build branded mobile applications that repurpose content across all of the different platforms. That's like newspapers taking the print experience and replicating it on the web as they tried back in the 1990s. Rather, we will need to rethink, remix and repackage information for an entirely different modality than platforms of yore.
computing  design  digital  future  internet  marketing  media  mobile  social  socialnetworking  strategy 
july 2010 by allaboutgeorge
What the Beatles Reveal About Fame - Newsweek
If Malcolm Gladwell is right, it was the 1,200 live gigs at strip clubs in Hamburg, Germany, that made the Beatles great. But as Doggett proves, it was the particularly corrosive nature of fame that not only broke them up, but made it impossible for them to be in the same room. They never seriously considered getting the band back together, despite offers that hovered at about $1 billion.
music  beatles  design  essay  history  1960s  business  celebrity  happiness 
june 2010 by allaboutgeorge
OJR: Robert Niles: The 4 parts of an optimized online news site
You might have noticed that I haven't offered any suggestions how to blend these four core components. That's up to you. An optimal website is better than the competition, not one that matches or duplicates it. All I hope to do here is to inspire you to think about how might better optimize your publication to reach the growing, thriving audience that your publishing business needs.
design  news  journalism  online  media  internet  technology  business  attention  newspapers 
may 2010 by allaboutgeorge
Apple’s iPad, General Motors, and the shrinking middle of the consumer market : The New Yorker
This doesn’t mean that companies are going to abandon the idea of being all things to all people. If you’re already in the middle of the market, it’s hard to shift focus—as G.M. has discovered. And the allure of a big market share is often hard to resist, even if it doesn’t translate into profits. According to one estimate, Nokia has nearly twenty times Apple’s market share, but the iPhone alone makes almost as much money as all Nokia’s phones combined. But making money by selling moderately good products that are moderately expensive isn’t going to get any easier, which suggests a slight rewrite of the old Highland ballad. You take the high road, and I’ll take the low road, and we’ll both be in Scotland afore the guy in the middle.
apple  business  marketing  economics  newyorker  design  globalization  ikea  ipad  nokia  mobile 
march 2010 by allaboutgeorge
Dan Grover » Toward a Grand Unified Theory of n00bs
So there are a lot of ways regular people are different from programmers, and in ways much more nuanced than simple "computer literacy." How do we solve the problems caused by these differences?
social  technology  education  humor  design  computers  software  attention 
february 2010 by allaboutgeorge
Restaurants Use Menu Psychology to Entice Diners - NYTimes.com
“We thought long and hard about the psychology because this is a complete relaunch of a restaurant entirely through its menu and through the psychology of the menu,” Mr. Meyer said. “The chefs write the music and the menu becomes the lyrics, and sometimes the music is gorgeous and it’s got the wrong lyrics and the lyrics can torpedo the music.”
music  food  business  psychology  marketing  design  attention  songwriting 
december 2009 by allaboutgeorge
Bruce Mau's northern exposure - The Globe and Mail
“Bruce is really good at articulating a profound definition of design so that it becomes a method of problem-solving,” says Warren Berger, whose new book, Glimmer , focuses on the transforming nature of Mr. Mau's thinking. “He's got the designer's way of turning everything on its head and challenging all the old assumptions.

“Designers are also good at empathic research, at figuring out what people need, which is what Bruce will do in Sudbury. They're also skilled at visualizing the future in front of people, in rallying momentum by making people excited about the potential of what could be.

“And they understand what to do to bring about change – it's important not to do it all at once, but to do prototypes and build failure into the process. To solve big problems and make big changes, you do it gradually, you don't do it overnight.”
design  canada  cities  urban  creativity  green  trains  mining  ontario 
november 2009 by allaboutgeorge
A Plea to All Creatives: Stop Going to Work | Duffy Point of View | Fast Company
Now that we have the ability to dial up, to log in, to upload notes, and download drafts from almost anywhere, we also need to learn the power of powering off and shutting down to charge up, sometimes for a few hours, sometimes for a few weeks.
design  creativity  environment  future  nature  work  creative  inspiration  office  sustainability 
october 2009 by allaboutgeorge
Hybrid News Theme for Movable Type - majordojo
The Hybrid News Theme is the first newspaper theme for the Movable Type platform and enabled users to easily create a newspaper style web site:
movabletype  wordpress  design 
july 2009 by allaboutgeorge
Hard to Name Real Winners at Fashion Awards - NYTimes.com
“The most important thing is to go back to basics, and remind ourselves why we fell in love with fashion in the first place,” Ms. Ullman said. “As long as you have a single needle and a spool of thread — and a first-rate marketing team — you can do it.”
fashion  design  creativity  nyc  awards  marketing 
june 2009 by allaboutgeorge
Pitchfork: Grime / Dubstep
"At the moment I'm into clashing two or more musical clichés but from contrasting styles, for instance playing a classic deep house stab over a jungle sounding pad and putting them on a beat that's got some dancehall in there," he says. "The tunes I'm most proud of are the mongrels bred from lots of different styles. There's bound to be some car crashes along the way but hopefully I'll be able to spot them and stop them being inflicted on people.

"I'm exploring as many influences as possible, trying not to get too comfortable with a particular arrangement style or set of sounds. I was listening almost exclusively to jungle and d'n'b until dubstep came along so I'm new to a lot of the influences that are going in my tunes. I'll binge for a few days on a few artists who I've recently discovered, write a couple of tunes vibing off them and quickly move on."
music  uk  songwriting  dance  aesthetics  design 
june 2009 by allaboutgeorge
Bokardo: Writing Microcopy
I remember the first time I realized how much even the smallest copy can matter in an interface. It was on an e-commerce project at UIE for which I had created a checkout form that asked for billing information. I had coded up a system to notify me when an error occurred (even if people can overcome the error it was very helpful to know when one occurred). I kept getting notifications of billing address errors…it turns out that transactions were failing because the address people were entering didn’t match the one on their credit card.
writing  marketing  web  design  technology  language  business 
june 2009 by allaboutgeorge
How Important are Avatars? - Bokardo
The mere presence of others dramatically changes our behavior.

While we can’t literally get people into the same room with software (yet), we can approximate the experience. Showing avatars of people gets us further along this spectrum, and we act differently as a result.
media  identity  social  community  socialnetworking  design  communication  photography  attention  technology 
june 2009 by allaboutgeorge
Ping - Should Design Be Held Back by a Tyranny of Data? - NYTimes.com
“Using data is fundamental to what we do,” Mr. Bowman said. “But we take all that with a grain of salt. Anytime you make design changes, the most vocal people are the ones who dislike what you’ve done. We don’t just throw the numbers in a spreadsheet.”
data  information  web  design  google  twitter  internet  aesthetics 
may 2009 by allaboutgeorge
The weird science of stock photography. - By Seth Stevenson - Slate Magazine
While it's fun to ponder which future trends Getty's seers are banking on, it can also be illuminating to learn which sorts of images have been most attractive to their clients in the recent past. Getty's Web site gets more than 3 million unique users each month, all scouring it for purchasable content. Getty gave me lists of the most popular search terms on their database for 2006, 2007, and the first half of 2008. Only three entries showed up in the top 10 on all three lists: business, people, and woman. (Woman climbed from eighth to fifth to first, which Waggoner attributes to the increasing global presence of women in the workplace and thus the increasing global demand for photos and video depicting women in the workplace.)
data  futurism  sociology  design  photography  culture  journalism  media  marketing  information  business  women  work  jobs 
december 2008 by allaboutgeorge
Amy Gahran's "Limited Window of Opportunity for a New News Biz" - Poynter Online - E-Media Tidbits
"[...] What if a coalition of news orgs within a state teamed up with talented technologists, database architects, librarians, search optimization experts, ad networks, and maybe even print-on-demand pros to create a new type of news where packaged stories are but one resulting product? [...]"
journalism  media  newspapers  data  information  library  marketing  technology  news  design 
october 2008 by allaboutgeorge
Novelties - Lines and Bubbles and Bars, Oh My! New Ways to Sift Data - NYTimes.com
“With visualization, it might be possible to open your eyes and see something that will help you [...] The great fun of information visualization is that it gives you answers to questions you didn’t know you had.”
information  data  beauty  design  art  social 
september 2008 by allaboutgeorge
Constant Setting
Because the sun is always setting somewhere.
photography  flickr  astronomy  data  design  time  internet  art  mashup  flash  attention 
august 2008 by allaboutgeorge
Well - Learning to Be Your Own Best Defense in a Disaster - NYTimes.com
“Your brain works by pattern recognition, and when it’s in an extremely frightening situation it sorts through a database for a script. It’s important to get into the stairs and actually go down them. Your brain relies on that memory and responds to it much more quickly and fully than words.”
design  safety  disaster  thinking  diy  earthquake  fire 
august 2008 by allaboutgeorge
Basics - When Comic Sans Isn’t Enough, Sites Help Create Custom Fonts - NYTimes.com
"[W]en he studied the relationship between his grades and the fonts he used for his college papers [...] Papers set in Georgia, a less common font with serifs, generally received A’s while those rendered in Times Roman averaged B’s."
design  education  aesthetics  creativity  behavior  writing  reputation 
june 2008 by allaboutgeorge
Mimsy: Installing Django in Mac OS X Leopard
"I’ve been thinking about writing a start-to-finish Django tutorial, creating a simple CMS for a hierarchical web site going from installation of Django on a clean system all the way to a CMS that automatically uploads web pages to a remote web server."
design  howto  osx  programming  toread  language  apple  macosx  macbook  newspapers  journalism 
june 2008 by allaboutgeorge
Typo personalities -- chicagotribune.com
"They fight a losing battle, an unyielding tide of misplaced apostrophes and poor spelling. But still, they fight. Why, you ask. Because, they say. Because, they must."
culture  grammar  design  language  english  public  copyediting 
june 2008 by allaboutgeorge
Jeffrey Zeldman Presents : The vanishing personal site
"But outsourcing the publication of our own content has long-term implications that point to more traffic for the web services we rely on, and less traffic and fewer readers for ourselves." Oh, shit, he's right.
blog  blogs  business  community  design  identity  rss  media  social  toread  twitter  web  yasns 
april 2008 by allaboutgeorge
If It Weren’t for Designers I’d Be One: Voice: AIGA Journal of Design: Writing: AIGA
"[A] working curiosity about the meaning of things is no mystery. It is the designer’s stock in trade. Designers, like King Lear, take upon themselves the mystery of things. How interesting is that?"
design  aesthetics  creativity  beauty  marketing  essay  identity 
april 2008 by allaboutgeorge
Powell's Books - PowellsBooks.BLOG - Was It the Prose or the Clothes?
"When I hear thunder, I take a bow. When I hear rain, I assume it is applause. And so like the sun, I shine, having no alternative. Yes, darlings, I shall be a reprobate dandy; that's my job. And the good lord will forgive me: That's his."
fashion  men  creativity  diy  design  identity  aesthetics  writing 
april 2008 by allaboutgeorge
cityofsound: The street as platform
"Freeze the frame, and scrub the film backwards and forwards a little, observing the physical activity on the street. But what can’t we see?"
academia  cities  computers  data  design  futurism  information  infrastructure  location  media  mobile  music  politics  presence  privacy  public  radio  research  scifi  social  sociology  society  software  story  technology  urban  web  wifi  writing  essay  film  sciencefiction 
april 2008 by allaboutgeorge
Logobama - Barack Obama Logo Creator
"As Obama says, 'we are the change we have been waiting for.' That’s what Obama is representing... someone who wants all of us to participate in changing the world. And together, we can make this change, one logo at a time."
2008  design  elections  flickr  humor  obama  politics 
march 2008 by allaboutgeorge
Sadness may encourage more extravagance - Yahoo! News
"This is a phenomenon that occurs without awareness. This is really different from the idea of retail therapy, where people are feeling negative and want to cheer themselves up by shopping. People have no idea this is going on."
psychology  marketing  business  corporations  economics  research  design  happiness  social  behavior 
february 2008 by allaboutgeorge
Raw jeans: The great unwashed | ajc.com
"I've thought about that day in May when I will throw these suckers into the wash for the very first time. And I've thought probably way too much about a pair of bluejeans."
fashion  men  women  aesthetics  design  marketing 
january 2008 by allaboutgeorge
The geek who conquered the fashion world | Magazine | The Observer
"I fantasise about what the future could be in terms of aesthetic and psychology. It's the most difficult thing to do because you have to start from the past - your favourite architect, your favourite song - you take it all with you."
fashion  design  culture  interviews  futurism  aesthetics  psychology  architecture  music 
january 2008 by allaboutgeorge
Digital Edge Blog - Newspaper Association of America: Advancing Newspaper Media for the 21st Century
"More than two dozen digital newspaper media professionals evaluated the 200+ entries based on strategy, creativity, impact and adaptability."
online  newspapers  media  journalism  internet  design  blogging  community  public 
december 2007 by allaboutgeorge
I, Platform » What does social DIY bring to the future of game design?
"I can visualize the faces of the people of the city. I can imagine what music swells as we pan across the city. And finally, I can already imagine what people will love and hate, especially as a group." Beautiful.
gaming  social  writing  diy  design 
december 2007 by allaboutgeorge
Thousands of hyphens perish as English marches on | U.S. | Reuters
"Printed writing is very much design-led these days in adverts and Web sites, and people feel that hyphens mess up the look of a nice bit of typography. The hyphen is seen as messy looking and old-fashioned."
design  marketing  language  english  aesthetics  media 
september 2007 by allaboutgeorge
Study: Why Girls Like Pink - TIME
"This is the first study to pinpoint a robust sex difference in the red-green axis of human color vision. And this preference has an evolutionary advantage behind it."
science  research  men  women  gender  design 
august 2007 by allaboutgeorge
KYLE BAKER ON SPECIAL FORCES AND MORE - NEWSARAMA
"Sounds like you did a lot of research for this one." "You know, it wasn’t even research! I happen to enjoy reading the newspaper."
via:wynn  comedy  design  war  books  comics  newspapers 
august 2007 by allaboutgeorge
The Road to Clarity - New York Times
"That sense of possibility has always meant a lot to me. For some, a sign is just a utilitarian object. For others, it’s a symbol of connectivity."
design  aesthetics  travel  transportation  beauty  reading  minimalism  government  identity 
august 2007 by allaboutgeorge
Selling a Concept With a Song - New York Times
"Either you’re going to get that kind of architecture or you’re not. We’re thinking the music on the Web site will either speak to that buyer or not. It’s not for everybody. Just like any building is not for everybody."
architecture  cities  urban  music  marketing  beauty  technology  aesthetics  design 
august 2007 by allaboutgeorge
Metropolis Magazine: Dreaming in Code
"That’s this process of ‘lens making’: coming up with a lens that you can point at all of reality but that only lets through certain things. That process is digital storytelling. It’s a process of exclusion—not a process of mimicry."
art  blogs  design  internet  interview  news  newspapers  online  photography  research  society  technology  web  world  aesthetics  media  journalism  story 
july 2007 by allaboutgeorge
My, Your Car Looks So Delicious - New York Times
"Chefs have learned a lesson car designers want their bosses to accept: presentation counts. Whether the product is cars or food, it’s not just what you slap onto the plate, but the style and ambiance with which you serve it."
marketing  cars  corporation  business  food  art  design 
june 2007 by allaboutgeorge
BBC NEWS | South Asia | India rattled by vibrating condom
"The government's job is to promote family planning and population control measures rather than market products for sexual pleasure."
sex  india  aesthetics  design  hiv  aids  families  government  asian  asia 
june 2007 by allaboutgeorge
New Profession Unfolding In Beauty and Geekery :: Off the Top :: vanderwal.net
"Design shops are missing the quant geeks and engineering shops are missing the visualization geeks that bring this digital world rich in opportunity into something that makes sense and beauty."
design  beauty  aesthetics  information  creativity  data  art 
june 2007 by allaboutgeorge
Still True to the Red, White and Black - New York Times
"Everything from your haircut to your clothes to the type of instrument you play to the melody of a song to the rhythm — they're all tricks to get people to pay attention to the story."
songwriting  rock  aesthetics  writing  story  music  design 
june 2007 by allaboutgeorge
NYT: Why Are They Greener Than We Are?
"My prediction is that if we have a change in America, it won't be driven by politicians or architects but by the developers [...] So I think the one group we associate most with greed and inefficiency, it will lead the way in the future."
architecture  environment  sustainable  europe  usa  design  land  government  green  realestate 
may 2007 by allaboutgeorge
Idaho County Quietly Puts Cross in Official Seal | Boise | New West Network
"I chose what I felt was one of the symbols that is most widely recognized as spirituality. When you see a cross you think of not just Christianity, but religion in general."
idaho  religion  christianity  politics  design 
may 2007 by allaboutgeorge
Web Site Is Held Liable for Some User Postings - New York Times
“The law has been almost uniform that a Web site isn’t liable for what its users say. The problem here is that the Web site offered up choices for users to structure their remarks. That creates a hole plaintiffs can exploit.”
design  information  identity  online  www  yasns  social  housing  realestate  law 
may 2007 by allaboutgeorge
Stripe Generator - diagonal stripes background tiles
I don't know what the heck I'd use it on, but it sure looks like fun, don't it? Via Firda of wannabegirl.org
html  web  design  aesthetics 
april 2007 by allaboutgeorge
NYT: Seduced by Snacks? No, Not You
"For example, sit next to the person you think will be the slowest eater when you go to a restaurant, and be the last one to start eating. Plate high-calorie foods in the kitchen but serve vegetables family style. Never eat directly from a package. [...]"
food  farming  marketing  science  research  aesthetics  design  stress  cooking 
october 2006 by allaboutgeorge
USNews.com: From the computer mouse to the newest Swiffer, IDEO is the firm behind the scenes
"Others [say] 'We have the smartest people in the world; therefore, we can think this through.' We [say] that the answer is out there, hidden in plain sight, so let's go observe human behavior and see where the opportunities are."
design  aesthetics  beauty  creativity  behavior  improvisation  thinking  minimalism 
october 2006 by allaboutgeorge
LAT: You know it's noir …
"The opposite of westerns with their open range and limitless possibility, noir films are about confined spaces. They underscore a man's vulnerability and make it easy for him to be cornered."
architecture  cinema  fiction  story  1950s  men  women  gender  design 
september 2006 by allaboutgeorge
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