He was truly 'special', to say it mildly… but actually he was a true choleric, hysteric and narcissistic person, narrow minded, unforgiving and pungent according to many, many others. He would not let loose, he could be rude, direct and insensitive, but most of all he was obsessive - everything he did, and equally all others did for him, had to be perfect, nothing less. It had to be insanely great.…Continue
Added by Jan-Erik Baars on November 20, 2011 at 15:02 — No Comments
If you cannot see the forrest for the trees, it doesn't mean you can't see at all - you just lack the focus on what's essential. It's just that you cannot zoom-in and cut-out all those impressions, which should not be taken into account.
This happens a lot, for instance when you scan the shelves in a store, to find the appropriate offer - in most cases you walk-out without buying anything:…Continue
Added by Jan-Erik Baars on November 11, 2011 at 17:16 — No Comments
OpenIDEO has partnered with Steelcase to explore the topic of restoring vibrancy to cities and regions facing economic decline. Together we’re looking to design solutions – from entrepreneurship and education to community mobilisation and campaigns – that reinvigorate places like Detroit, Michigan; Madrid, Spain; Athens, Greece and others currently struggling…Continue
Added by Meena Kadri on November 9, 2011 at 1:30 — No Comments
The design for 'The Green Eye' was a response to the local Council trying to raise funding by offering a lease to commercial businesses in the park areas and a public desire to retain public green…Continue
Added by Designalexable on November 7, 2011 at 17:30 — No Comments
It starts to irritate me, the more and more I'm confronted with it: this title 'design manager'.
And the longer I spin my head around it, the more this title ends up being an oxymoron - next to that it's also not clear to me, which part in the title is the sharp one, which the dull!
Added by Jan-Erik Baars on November 3, 2011 at 22:17 — No Comments