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DIY GUY: Crafting an Inspo Board

Sometimes inspo is hard to come by…. Inspo is everywhere. A rule of thumb, just do it, whatever it is you do! On the daily! This past week over at ANDesign Lab, I took some photos of industrial designers creating a pin-up-board (PUB) from scratch

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Can Facial Recognition be Dangerous?

FACIAL RECOGNITION – In 2017, our faces are more html than biological. New facial recognition software can do everything from pinpointing your ethnicity, to your emotions and even predicting what you will do next. As biometric technology becomes more sophisticated, governments and private companies have been building tools

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Thinking Like an Industrial Designer

“Who has a Behance?”… None of the design department bothered answering.   ANDesign Lab’s industrial designer, Ming Chen then presents me with his website.   “Thanks for visiting my site! I am currently an industrial designer at ANDesign. It has been a blast after graduating.

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Manufacturing Your Design Career

“What a day. What a time. Design and all it stands for and how it’s helped me succeed. Here’s how I’m manufacturing my career.” On Thursday, February 2nd 2017, CEO of ANDesign Lab, Andrew Namminga was invited to be the opening speaker for the Duncan

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Free Wifi for New Yorkers…maybe.

FCC approves $170 million for New York broadband WiFi expansion. At long last, the FCC can move forward with reforming its rural connection subsidies for the broadband era. If you work in media, then you know that there is nothing higher than the Federal Communication

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CES 2017: Pre-Market Technology. What to Expect?

The world’s tech industry has gathered in Las Vegas to bet big on their newest, coolest, and weirdest, new products at CES 2017. It’s never really a “new year” until after the holidays because that’s when all the new tech innovations are displayed to market. Today is

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AeroMorph – Shape Changing Material

Could this futuristic inflatable fabric change industrial design? Massachusetts Institute of Technology is always at the forefront of technological advancements. MIT’s tangible media group presents “aeroMorph”, a programmable paper, plastic, and fabric self-folding origami-like inflatable structure. Whether airbags or something more exotic like a Lamzac, we’ve all experienced

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How the Supreme Court Defines “Granular” Design

Granular Design vs. All-Encompassing Apple and Samsung have been at war over patent and layout designs for over 5 years now. This past month, the Supreme Court sided with Samsung and ruled against Apple in the design patent case. Here’s why it’s changed the landscape

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Millennials: Largest Group of Individuals

You may think Millennials are materialistic, stubborn, narrow-minded and ego-driven…But that isn’t necessarily true. Millennials want to work for companies they can be proud of, and buy products from companies that care. The largest group of individuals, according to the U.S. Census Bureau is people

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Up-and-Coming Technology

Remember when you used to be skeptical about online shopping? After all, we’re still weary about where we enter our credit card info. But when did the internet-of-things start taking over our lives? Many people overlook the opportunities in technology that are presented to them