Welcome to yet another edition of Curated Friday! This week we celebrate the archivists in preserving the design and visual culture in #archivesrock, and fast forward to how the world is fast becoming algorithm-generated and AI-based.
User experience designers today are part of one of the most exciting and challenging moments of the decade.
In this week’s Curated Friday, we take a look, among others, at the capabilities of a super-expensive phone, the challenges of designing in the open and erm, a farting corpse.
In this week’s Curated Friday, someone had the nerves to make a part of a famous monument disappear. Good news: our beloved Red Planet is about to get close and personal, so stay tuned.
I spent most of my time on Snapchat these days – and as with many aspects in my life (and being a hardcore INTJ) I fell into observation of how I use Snapchat compared as to many other social media platforms.
In this week’s Curated Friday, we talk about the Lego-inspired future, the new Android N, and how the net community reacts yet again to another logo change – will this be a weekly event?
Earlier this week, a post about a rolling water carrier had been making its rounds on Facebook. Intrigued, I decided to look it up.
With an abundance of breaking, amazing news out there, we decided to introduce Curated Friday, where we shall run through the interesting things that has happened in the world of design, culture and technology at the end of the week every Friday.
Many of us remember how nervewracking it was in our childhood (or still is) when the optometrist asked us to read the letters off the eye chart, hung neatly in his office while he fitted us with trial lens one after another.
If you have not heard of it, the new KL City logo, which was unveiled last week, has managed to rally Malaysians into a hissing fit.