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  • ¿Confianza?

    Communication

    ¿Podemos confiar en una institución que no es capaz de cumplir sus promesas?

    ¿Esa es la manera en que Naciones Unidas funciona? Si esto pasó con un simple concurso ¿qué puede pasar con las ocho metas de Naciones Unidas? ¿es sólo un asunto de relaciones públicas?

    ¿Así es como Stories From The Field muestra la realidad en sus documentales?

    Estoy muy decepcionado

  • Stories from the...

    Communication, Communication Design

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    I understand but the announcement was definitely anticlimactic! :(

    (my logo for "anticlimactic")

  • Groundswell Weekly Review: Dec. 3 - 8, 2007

    Arts & Culture, Communication Design

    Here is the weekly round-up from the Groundswell Blog.

  • Don't Shoot Me Santa (RED)

    Well-being, Audio/Visual Design

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    The Killers have released their new Christmas single "Don't Shoot Me Santa", with 100% of the proceeds to benefit Global Fund RED, for investment in African AIDS programs. Just, amazing. Buy it!

  • Slippa MP3

    Communication, Industrial Design

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    new music interaction experience this MP3 Consisting of two parts ,the upper part can do slip motion:vertically slip and horizontal slip.different slip direction has different function.The difference between expressed function and next song function is just that the distance of sliping . luxury slippa mp3 slide your finger, play the MP3

    more detials on www.coroflot.com/zomatao/slippamp3newmusicinteraction_experience

  • Sustainable Graphic Design Education

    Education, Communication Design

    I have recently noticed many colleges offering various certificate programs in sustainability. Other than MCAD's sustainable online design course, does anyone know of any other colleges offering sustainable design education programs?

  • Whomade / the products talk - www.whomade.it

    Arts & Culture, Communication Design

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    A BRAND FOR PRODUCTS WITH A HIGH-ADDED HUMAN VALUE

    We want to develop a new understanding: a very personal view on products able to transmit the values of an human experience. Products are for us the meeting points between cultures that dialogue, create together and evolve: the place to make ours a renewed sense for beauty as an ethic and an aesthetic value as well. We believe in a world of possible beautiful things and we want to reveal their soul together with their collective meaning. Products are talking, carrying values, ideas, emotions and with their knowledge represent social relations. From here, WHOMADE is born: a brand for products with a high-added human value. A communication project that invites products to talk about their stories; from the creative plots that gave them shape and meaning, to the cultures that have inspired them, to the hands that have created them. And if the products start to talk, it is still of us the will and the pleasure to listen to them.

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    WHOMADE is an initiative launched and supported by Todomundo.org, and it is from the premises and the experiences of the organization that the idea of the brand took shape. WHOMADE is an open project and includes people through a series of events for meeting and exchange, workshops and exhibitions, to extend its own vision, share its experiences and build up a network of common resources for a new generation of objects. WHOMADE is born as an ini...

  • The Story of Stuff

    Environment, Communication Design

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    From its extraction through sale, use and disposal, all the stuff in our lives affects communities at home and abroad, yet most of this is hidden from view.

    Exposing the connections between a huge number of environmental and social issues, The Story of Stuff is a 20-minute, fast-paced, fact-filled look at the underside of our production and consumption patterns. Plenty of info on the website and from Free Range Studios and on Youtube.

  • Child-Friendly Public Transport

    Environment, Industrial Design

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    Always curious about the interior designs of public transport, Japan's "child-friendly public transport" certainly woke me up this morning.

    Designed by freelance designer Eiji Mitooka; the Omoden ("Toy Train", in English) and the "Ichigo Ec" ("Strawberry Train") run on the 14.3km Kishigawa Line and contain hundreds of toys, TV screens showing cartoons, immaculately clean wooden flooring / play spaces and cots for younger children.

    Read more about Transit Interiors at Hitachi-rail.com. Via. Reaction and Deputy Dog.

  • Nokia Eco Sensor Phone

    Aid, Audio/Visual Design

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    Nokia has already done a "greener" phone with the Nokia 3110 Evolve model, but it also has a "futuristic Nokia Eco Sensor Concept" phone, reports Unwired View.

    "Nokia Eco Sensor concept includes a wearable sensor unit that will house a number of optional sensors to monitor environment, health and local weather conditions, a dedicated mobile phone and a set of dedicated mobile software applications and services. The carrying strap made from solar cells will power the sensor unit and all the devices will "talk" to each other via low power near field radio technologies.

    Concept phones are like concept cars: not designed for production. But the Eco shows the sort of things Nokia is considering for future products. And with the baby boomer population now entering old age, it's probably right on the money with the idea of incorporating health monitoring."

    Via Guardian.co.uk

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