Inside a virtual reality headset, digital sketches become awesome sculptures.
“It’s a very collaborative process. He is challenging in all the best ways. He can outtalk, outwit, outhumor anybody who’s trying to argue with him, and sometimes that gets your ire up. But ultimately you take that ire and channel it into the show.”
ZPZ cofounder, Lydia Tenaglia on working with anthonybourdain.
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The 2014 Innovation By Design Awards and Conference bring together problem solvers from the worlds of business and design, exploring the newest ideas in everything from apps to architecture. Here are five reasons you won’t want to miss out.
OUR STAGE IS YOUR FAST TRACK TO INNOVATION.
Launch your design career—or transform your work and life—with design lessons from the likes of Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers design partner John Maeda, Pentagram partner Paula Scher, and “Game of Thrones” costume designer Michele Clapton.
MEET THE BRAINS BEHIND TOMORROW’S BEST DESIGN IDEAS.
We’ll announce the winners of the 2014 Innovation By Design Awards, selected from a pool of 1,587 entries. Winners represent the best in everything from graphic design to paradigm-shifting healthcare. Check out our list of finalists here (including Chipotle's viral Scarecrow film)
GET EXCLUSIVE ACCESS TO THE BEST DESIGN DESTINATIONS IN NEW YORK CITY.
Attend intimate Design Experiences at the headquarters of design-minded companies, like MakerBot, Etsy, and IDEO, and get inspired by secrets you learn in their own homes.
HOBNOB WITH DESIGN LEGENDS (AND UP-AND-COMERS).
They’re all here, whether from the new school (Vivian Rosenthal of 30 Weeks) or the old school (legendary ad man George Lois).
YOUR PEERS ARE DOING IT.
The Innovation By Design Awards and Conference draws 450 of the most talented designers and design-obsessed professionals. There will be ice cream, finger-painting, and booze. Do with that what you will.
Join us at Innovation By Design on October 15, 2014, at Metropolitan Pavilion and across the city. You can follow our journey to Innovation By Design on Co.Design and on Twitter using #BestDesignFC.
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But he isn’t just some maniac howling at the moon. He’s our maniac howling at the moon—and he’s really smart and often makes very good points. To wit: As part of our new show, The 29th Floor, Jason very persuasively expresses why it’s so important to delete the free U2 album that Apple recently uploaded to customers’ iTunes as part of an iPhone 6 promotional push. Take it away, Jason! After you watch the above vid, it’s your turn: tweet about ditching the tracks, and tell us all about it with hashtag #LeaveMeAlone.
“I came to an ugly realization that there was something wrong over here; that it was like the Twilight Zone for me. You come here and you notice something really weird. Where are the women?”
Slapping an alarm clock and dragging yourself out of bed is no way to start the next best day ever. We have a few more effective ideas, from the likes of Mark Twain, Benjamin Franklin, and others.
"If today were the last day of my life, would I want to do what I’m about to do today?" Steve Jobs suggested asking ourselves. Check out the video above for ways to make the most of your morning—and the rest of the day as well.
By some counts, the $177 billion meat-producing industry accounts for 18% of all greenhouse gas emissions.
So what better week than this one—following the People’s Climate March and during the UN Climate Change Summit—to talk about meat alternatives?
On this episode of The 29th Floor, Fast Company's Noah Robischon and Mark Wilson do just that, digging into everything from veggie-shaped ribs to what it might take to create the perfect fake burger. Other staffers, meanwhile, sampled Beyond Meat’s soy and pea-packed patties. Their verdict? Pretty tasty—but we still have a ways to go before we’re truly thinking outside the bun.
Everything You Need To Know About Ebola In Under 3 Minutes
The three-city professional StarCraft II tour ends in D.C. with South Korea’s Choi “Bomber” Ji Sung winning the Grand Finals.
Taco Bell opened the doors to its Innovation Kitchen to Fast Company writer Mark Wilson and he wasted no time abusing the privilege by creating a brand new taco called The Piñata. Will it make the final menu? Watch and see.