Thalmic Labs announces the launch of their revolutionary gesture control device, MYO, an armband worn on the forearm that senses electrical activity in the muscles, allowing users to interact with digital technologies using just their fingers and hands.
The interface of the future won’t be made of just pixels, but time and form as well. And that future is only five or ten years away. It’s time for designers to start thinking about what that means now.
in the age of iPads and Netflix, we don’t want our kids to lose their sense of wonder and imagination. In a time when the answers to all the world’s questions are a web-search away, we want our kids to experience a little mystery. All it takes is some time and energy, creativity, and a few plastic dinosaurs.
Very nice project which won a Gold Design Lion at the Cannes International Festival of Creativity. Orange vinyl discs were sent together with a turntable made from the envelope, and a QR code to play it on your phone. Developed at Ogilvy Deutschland
Google has unveiled a new tool for marketeers and agencies called Think Insights. Think Insights is a massive resource of information, providing the “latest research in digital marketing” as well as “industry-leading case studies and Google’s latest research, strategic perspectives, interviews with innovators and experts and more.”
Regular Bold Italic is a new font shop with high quality fonts for little money, so that everyone can enjoy. The fonts can be used for commercial projects or as a webfont to spice up your headings. Try all of the fonts in the custom type tester and find out if it suits your needs.
Everybody talks about how mobile is becoming more important, responsive design, HTML5 and CSS3 animation– driven by an explosion of new, internet connected devices. Next week, Thursday the 23 of August, 4 Adobe evangelist will talk about the future of the web, at the Dutch Adobe User Group. Registration is now open – see you there!
After 8 months of hard work Maily together with FONK released the first email client dedicated to kids. Maily allows kids aged 4 and older to create messages using elements like digital pencils, brushes, photos, personalized backgrounds, stickers, and their most commonly used expressions. Checkout the demo video.
I am one of the 7 board members of the Adobe User Group. At the end of this year we organized the XL version with over 40 speakers, 7 rooms with lectures, workshops and hands-one sessions and 900 attendees it was completely sold out. Take a look at the video’s from our national and international speakers at the AUG website.
With a new GPS based technique called ‘geo-spotting‘, we have created a game in wich you have to guess were the Heineken Delivery Men are going to serve their beer. The site won a silver Spinaward for best innovation. Woehaa!