An online documentary series featuring interviews with smart people about the changing role of design.
As technology becomes more complex and opaque, how will we as designers understand its potential, do hands-on work, translate it into forms people can understand and use, and lead meaningful conversations with manufacturers and policymakers about its downstream implications? We are entering a new technology landscape shaped by artificial intelligence, advanced robotics and synthetic biology.
So far there’s Kevin Slavin, Molly Wright Steenson, and Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg, with more to come from the likes of Matt Jones, Anab Jain, Dan Hill, and many, many more.
The scrollurbation is so excessive on this site that Reader Mode is pretty much a requirement. A shame, because the actual content buried underneath is pretty great.
Some colour palette inspiration from films.
What an excellent example of a responsive calendar!
Organized Wonder | Curated documentaries, interviews, short films, and other top videos from around the web.
This is like a video version of Huffduffer (without the timeshifting). It’s very nicely done.
Just imagine the world we would be living in if it weren’t for the warnings given to us by these film-makers.
Match the MacGuffin to the movie. Like Hangman for films.
Acceptable variations include “Get the hell out of there!” and “Get him/her/them out of there!”
A montage of this year’s films.
Are you sitting comfortably? Then I'll begin.
A wonderful set of folk-art movie posters from mobile cinemas in Ghana.