We talked to Pete about his past work designing sensor-driven and networked LED lights, his passion for mountain-biking, and why he feels there is an opportunity to re-think how we use the automobile.
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Chief Growth Officer David Knies explores lessons from his podcast conversation with Bruce Smith, CEO and Founder of Hydrow
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A collection of inspiring content that explores issues at the center of Black Lives Matter & Pride through the lens of design, business, and innovation.
COVID-19 has forced retailers to quickly adapt to a volatile, dangerous situation. Here's what we can learn from grocery stores.
From planning, to running, to synthesizing research – here are 10 guiding principles for moving research remote.
Thanks to a simple pair of overlaid bell curves, the “Flatten the Curve” concept is now part of everyday lexicon. It quickly confers a complex concept. Alongside broader public health efforts, that visual has been a powerful tool and catalyst for..
A Design Researcher suggests key principles for managing space to accommodate new people, new functions, and new routines.