From a communications and modern marketing perspective, we have a much bigger toolbox than ever
Education will greatly benefit from the Internet of Things
Keynes predicted a 15 hour workweek by 2030 because we would ‘have enough’ to lead the ‘good life’
Just how well are we prepared for the challenges of operating in the 21st century?
So what will be the key focus of lifestyle technology in the coming years?
Disruptive technologies enables a whole new arena for ‘lightweight thinking’
Our future success depends on how well we adapt to change
‘What’s Next’ in technology often focuses on the obvious: speed, size and cost – but we seem to forget that people are integral to shaping the future and the sociology of technology
A strong culture of creativity and empathic leadership is key to success
A fresh marketing approach is needed – talk to your audiences as people, rather than just consumers
Will the Internet of Things have the power to change relationships?
The rise of Meta Products could impact on design education…