One of the things I really enjoy about these modern times, is how traditional craftsmanship and small shops are starting to be able to co-exist beside the mainstream chains of today again. It is amazing to see how people in multiple cities manage to add a modern twist to old fashioned traditions and translate them into modern life. One ..read more..
Nike opens the world’s first ever Nike FuelStation at Boxpark London – a retail space like no other designed for today’s digitally enabled athlete. The wristband tracks your movements throughout the day. It records “your entire athletic life,” says Nike’spromo video, and can sync that information to your smartphone. The wristband records steps taken, calories ..read more..
Pinterest has exploded onto the social media scene in early 2012 and is currently the hottest startup on the market. But did you know that Pinterest only has 12 employees? A visual marketing firm, Lemon.ly, created this infographic below to show how Pinterest’s 10 million users are affecting the ecommerce landscape and how this next social media ..read more..
Motivated by the idea of re-using containers, normaly used for importing tea and coffee, Starbucks is doing good on their sustainability promise with a recycled design experiment. The company’s hometown, Seattle will be the first location where we will see the first cafe made from “up-cycled” shipping containers. Starbucks spokesman Alan Hilowitz told the New York Times that the eco-friendly concept ..read more..
A recap after a month’s publishing, we’d like to share with you our favorite posts. Workshop New York; Dell invites you to create, work and inspire. Lady Gaga workshop in Barneys, NYC. Step into the world of National Geographic with Augmented reality. NTT Docomo (Japan’s Vodaphone) lauched real time translation service for mobile phones. The ..read more..