5 Traits of the New Creative Leader

5 Traits of the New Creative Leader Yesterday’s leadership skills will not work in today’s fast-moving and evolving world. Only creative leaders who are visionary and empathetic will succeed. Here are five things you can do to succeed as a creative leader: Instead of commanding, coach your team and organization toward success. Don’t manage people, … Continue reading

Nicolestyle Mismo Cigarette

Nicolestyle Mismo Cigarette Smoking is a bad habit…. and yet, everyone smoke. I don’t think smoking bring any advantages to us. Well…. except to those who are smoking say that it give “energy” and release stress. And some teenagers(maybe) say it feel very “yeng” or got “gaya” when smoking. Beside these i cant think of … Continue reading

‘Greater Good’

        ‘Greater Good’ — Adam Mack and Aaron Sklar As designers, we are empowered to make choices and challenged to understand the consequences of our decisions. In fact, many of us were drawn to the field of design because of our desire to make an impact. While this drive to contribute has long … Continue reading

Genius Concepts Found in Japan

Genius Concepts Found in Japan Let’s be honest, the Japanese are geniuses with wacky innovations. I would be remiss if I didn’t share any of the crazy innovations Marc I we saw on our recent journey to Japan. Let’s start with their innovations with the QR barcode. Designed to be  read quickly, these codes are now … Continue reading

Paper Jewelry

Paper Jewelry Frucci Design from Italy has designed awesome jewelry that is made of paper. I have seen bright jewelry like this made of plastic and metal, but paper is something unique. I love the way it looks, but I am sure extra care is needed to keep intact. Perhaps they have some sort of finish … Continue reading

Tiny Photos, From a Tiny Printer That Fits in the Palm of Your Hand

Tiny Photos, From a Tiny Printer That Fits in the Palm of Your Hand By SAM GROBART Published: February 11, 2009 Images taken with a camera phone usually don’t get printed. And that may be because, while not overly complicated, getting a picture from phone to printer requires about 1 percent more mental energy than … Continue reading

The Race for a Better Read

“If most of us are ashamed of shabby clothes and shoddy furniture, let us be more ashamed of shabby ideas and shoddy philosophies… It would be a sad situation if the wrapper were better than the meat wrapped inside it.”  Albert Einstein quotes (German born American Physicist 1879-1955) The Race for a Better Read By Josh … Continue reading

Disruptive Innovation, Applied to Health Care

UNBOXED Disruptive Innovation, Applied to Health Care    Noah Berger for The New York Times Ann O’Brien of Kaiser Permanente uses a touch-screen tablet computer in San Leandro, Calif. The computer can help streamline distribution of medicines. By JANET RAE-DUPREE Published: January 31, 2009 THE health care system in America is on life support. It … Continue reading

Material Innovation

Material Innovation 1 of 22   next slide  previous slide     SmartSilver by NanoHorizons By Andrew H. Dent Material: SmartSilver Manufacturer: NanoHorizons (U.S.) Silver has been used for centuries to keep water potable and as an antibacterial in medicine, due to its ability to kill a broad spectrum of microbes. SmartSilver, a new, nanostructured version of silver … Continue reading

15 Successful Entrepreneurs Who Didn’t Need College

How many times were you told to make sure you worked hard in high school so you could go to college and get a good career job? Okay, maybe not all of you got nagged about it, but probably a good portion of today’s generation of adults did. It’s natural to wonder whether college is … Continue reading