Last year’s abrupt shift to remote work has dramatically changed the way many people work — marking the start of a new era that sees us rely more heavily on digital and virtual work. As a consequence, many companies were forced to adapt and find ways to help people and teams adjust to the change. Despite the sudden change in our habits, many studies have shown the advantages of working from home.
Like many companies, Dropbox decided to go fully “Virtual First” in 2021. …
The past year has taught us that people and organisations are more resilient when they come together. It’s not a surprise that Miro’s online collaboration tool has quickly become the no 1 collaboration & visualisation tool since the beginning of the pandemic.
Today, we know that Feminism means much more than fighting for women’s rights only; Feminism also supports the rights for all gender identities and for many other vulnerable, underrepresented, and non-dominant identities. And social media has proven itself to be a fantastic space to connect, inform, learn, entertain, and spread messages that support inclusivity, equality, self-love, and body positivity.
If you’re looking for more Feminism in your Instagram feed, check out these 14 accounts we picked for you; they will definitely give you a lot of food for thought and show you how each of us can make the world…
Even though in Denmark people speak English better than in many other European countries, Danish is and still remains the first language. This means that you’ll have to learn Danish if you want to find a job there, especially if you work for a company that only operates in Denmark. Knowing another Scandinavian language helps a lot, since Norwegian, Swedish and Danish are quite similar to each other. However Danish is the language that will take you places.
Joël is a Product Designer at Adyen with a passion for AI and Machine Learning, Predictive UX, and anticipatory design. He recently wrote the ebook ‘Artificial Intelligence Driven Design’ together with a group of AI experts, where he dives into how to design meaningful experiences in an era dominated by AI-driven products & services.
We asked him to reflect on what excites him, as a designer, about working with AI, what Design Principles he applies to AI, and what ethical concerns designers should address when utilising AI in their design work.
Stig Møller Hansen is a designer, speaker, and researcher in the intersection among graphic design, programming, and pedagogy. With a Ph.D. in Computational Graphic Design, he also teaches at DMJX, the Danish School of Media and Journalism. We had an inspiring conversation with him to learn more about the ways in which designers can approach and incorporate coding into their work and how programming can influence the mindset of a designer.
The power of color is undeniable. Colors affect our behavior, mood, and thoughts; they can soothe our spirits, excite us, agitate an enemy, and empower us to take action. This is particularly evident in protests and demonstrations, where activists have learned that they can gain popularity by connecting their movement to a specific color.
Color Revolution is a term used to describe a series of popular uprisings against authoritarian regimes, occurred from the 1980’s to the 2010’s. The Yellow Ribbon Movement — emerged in the Philippines back in 1986 — is considered the origin of this revolutionary wave. …
Applying colours sapiently to a design work can truly elevate it from average. Colour is a powerful tool to stir up emotions, convey a message, and even move the masses; it gives a digital experience, product, or brand a distinctive and unique voice.
We will explore and dive into the power of colors in our hybrid conference Design Matters 21, which will be held on September 29–30, 2021.
Designer George Hastings is the creator of Khroma, a fantastic website that allows you to discover, search, and save color combinations. George is a multi-disciplinary product designer living in New York and…
There is no doubt that Covid-19 has affected society in a way we could never predict only a few years back. The short-term consequences of Covid-19 are already noticeable, and they have impacted every aspect of our lives; from the way we carry out our daily chores to the way we work, socialise, and move around the world.
Many scientists are convinced that the effects of the pandemic are going to become more permanent, since pandemics are predicted to become more and more frequent. Scientists, in fact, agree that deforestation and human intrusion on wildlife habitats are helping diseases spread…
Released for the first time in early 2020, Clubhouse was created by Paul Davison and Rohan Seth. By May, it was valued at around $100 million despite having just 1.500 users at the time. Now the app has reached 6 million users and it’s worth $1 billion.
Editor of DeMagSign, Head of Comms at Design Matters. I can’t live without tea and dark chocolate. Interested in design, society, and culture.