Monthly Archives: June 2013

Bring back the Real Designer!

(Brown. J 2012), The Cliche modern designer, (style thinker) The New role of the ‘Designer’ No matter how we as humans move forward into the future of uncertainties the only this that is know is the need for change. “In times of change we need alternatives, we need new ideas.” (Brown. T, 2009) Yes it […]

The fork in the road, choosing the slow than or the fast lane for the sake of human prosperity

(VRCIGS, 2010) Possible drivers of change: A future is being evolved through the ever increasing ‘Information overload & dependency, faced with more information that you could possibly imagine people will face new challenges of how to cope. Some will thrive in this new sea of unlimited potential while other will face serious mental collapse. There will […]

Redesigning the future of ‘work’ or working environments

(Douglascain, 2010) -Changing role of ‘work’ for a future of social globalization  The essentials for a prosperous world in terms of the structure, practice, communication and constructs of any business and design firms are changing. With the idea in mind of a world were “we are not going to be able to resist the forces […]

Designers are the ‘Drivers’ of change

(Kovacs. H, 2012) The largest part about the future is the world of uncertainties, the only thing known is the questions that we create about them “so who is going to provide the answers… the design community.” (Norman. D 2008) it is a natural instinct of the consumer market to ‘follow the way in which […]

The Future of the Mega Multi-tasker

(futurocal, 2012) Drivers of Change: Faster Future The present is what could be seen as the “seeds of the future” (Norman D, 2008) it is then a matter of what you wish to ‘cultivate’ or ‘weed’ to which will produce innovations from the certain drivers of change within society. “If the future is not predictable […]

Mutation Innovation

(Patricia Piccinini, 2012) One to which I wish to further understand is the future of the possible trend of the growing revival of human Labor re-oriented lifestyles. Whereby business innovations would come out of human genetic modification and growth (performance enhancements). Focusing the driving force of the future innovation to center around the mutation of […]

Following the megatrends to innovation

(Shona Mackin, 2013) (Mega) trends       What will the world be like in 2030 if present (mega)-trends such as urbanization, biomedical and genetic modification enhancements, population redirection of elderly behaviors’ and economic social shifting towards the economy of experience continue in the current increase or direction they are heading? The need then for […]