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John Maeda: If You Want to Survive in Design, You Better Learn to Code

It’s no longer enough to iterate and understand your user. What companies need now are designers who can empathize and bang out lines of Javascript... Published on the WIRED website Read the full article here >>

Vacuum forming comes to the desktop

Most people are consumers. But there is a small section of us that proudly call ourselves creators. We desire to build beautiful things, not just own them.....

Published on the Yanko Design website

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The designer life

The world can’t do without designers. Whether it is furniture, an advertisement, a website or an app, designers are always in demand to create the perfect look and feel...

Article published online livemint.com written by Sonia Dutta Choudhury

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Smart cities project need inclusion of art and culture

Smart Cities project must look into incorporating creative arts clusters which can create a critical mass of 24/7 available activities to showcase and leverage the city’s culture....

Published on the Media India Group website

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A new artistic approach to virtual reality

VR will have an even more radical impact on the creation of new works of art. It will change the way people make art, giving it a new sense of space and dimension, making it more collaborative and more like a game...

Published on the Nesta website

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How AI is shaping the future of interactive games

“The most fascinating use of machine learning is where the AI learns about us, as well as learning about itself and the characters we write,” said Guy Gadney, director of The Suspect (2014), an interactive AI thriller...

by Zach Budgor. Published on the Kill Screen website, This article is part of a collaboration with iQ by Intel.
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Technology is redefining art in strange, new ways

Technology is redefining art in strange, new ways. Works are created by people moving through laser beams or from data gathered on air pollution. The truth is that technology has been providing artists with new ways to express themselves for a very long time...

by Randy Rieland. Published on smithsonian.com

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The impact of digital technology has transformed human expressions

The impact of digital technology has transformed human expressions as painting, drawing and sculpture, but also music and poetry; first by implementing new tools which can be very helpful for the artists...

Published on the Digital meets Art website.

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Technology has changed art, and this is what it looks like

A major new exhibition looks at technology's effect on the creative arts. London's Barbican Centre plays host to Digital Revolution, a major new exhibition that explores the impact of technology on art over the past four decades...

by Aaron Souppouris. Published on The Verge

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John Newbigin: Discussing The Creative Industries at The UK India Business Council

Creative England chairman John Newbigin and board member Ian Livingstone joined Business Secretary Vince Cable and a host of UK business delegates in India for this year’s UK India Business Council. These conferences are a great opportunity to beat the drum for UK Industry, attract inward investment and foster closer cultural and business ties between the UK and India...

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