There are 93 posts filed in Innovation (this is page 1 of 10).
Trash cans, and why they matter
We Always Did It That Way
A tale of wasted talents
I have been deeply immersed in service and experience design with big companies for at least the last ten years. It has been a very exciting journey with the usual highs and lows, and I have been playing both the client and supplier role in different occasions. I had a big opportunity to work on […]
A New Class Of Consumer Products
Killed By Bad Presentations? React!
Raise you hand if you have ever been almost killed by a boring presentation. Yes, I think that almost everybody out there has had some experience with this. Truth is that boring and bad architected presentations are just part of the problem, at least according to my personal point of view. I have done a […]
Your Mobile Phone Is A Chameleon
In recent times I have been fascinated by the amount of new applications, and hardware, that allows your mobile phone to become augmented in its functionalities. Music has been one of the first areas where this become a reality. With iRig you may turn you iPhone or iPad in a music studio. Just select the […]
Innovation In Cooking Pans
Just think about innovation. If we look at the definition of innovation on Merriam-Webster online dictionary, here is what we get: : the introduction of something new. : a new idea, method, or device. It’s quite simple, isn’t it. Somehow when we think about innovation we always think to some scientist working in his lab […]
Satellite display devices
When I joined H3G, known with the commercial name of 3, back in 2001 I remember that UMTS mobile phone did not even exist. We started looking at mobile device trends and one thing was quite evident: devices were getting smaller and smaller. Here’s and example of what I was using at the time. Motorola […]