A New World of Wireless Audio: The Headphone by Bragi

There are few things as relaxing as losing yourself in a song or a podcast. Blocking out the chaos of the day and immersing yourself in an audio experience can be a stress-relieving, endorphin-filled experience of delight. The Headphone by Bragi is the ideal partner for achieving this serene state – or for simply taking…

Upgrade Your Living Room with Sé Collections

London-based furniture and lighting line Sé Collections strikes a pleasing balance between luxury and sleekness. Their mission to “reclaim the glamour and quality of 20th century furniture” has undoubtedly been realized, and since their launch in 2007, they have partnered with some of the best designers in the world to produce a collection of beautifully…

Let’s Get Physical

Why is e-commerce rebuilding the brick-and-mortar store?  In a time when there is a new disruptive technology almost every week and Oxford Dictionary’s Word
 of the Year is an emoji, some retailers are harking back to old habits and returning to an offline, analog way of selling – the brick-and-mortar store. Major corporations, including Amazon,…

Create/ Elizabeth Jameson

How does your artwork navigate the divide between science and art? My artwork lives at the intersection of science, art, and technology. Connecting these communities has given me so much joy and enabled me to challenge how so many people looking at disease from various perspectives see themselves, their work, and their community. I am…

Designers in the Hands of a Passionate Leader

Lee Fain, a senior design strategist at Idea Couture, shares his insights into the world of design management in the most recent issue of Design Management Review. In a piece called “Designers in the Hands of a Passionate Leader,” Lee offers tips of the trade for those who are new to the world of managing…

Gauge: Artwork Under Extreme Conditions

As the ice walls in Baffin Island rise and fall with the tides, visual artists Patrick Thompson, Alexa Hatanaka, and Danny Osborne have a short window in which to paint on the icy surfaces; they must work in tandem with nature to complete their task, both in terms of their timing and the materials they use.…

Belinda Johnson on the Future of Regulation

For Belinda Johnson, Chief Business Affairs and Legal Officer at Airbnb, the future of policymaking isn’t about deregulation, it’s about smart regulation. She intimately understands that brands can’t simply ignore innovation and advancements, but they can adapt in ways that please both consumers and company stakeholders. As our ideas around home ownership, family roles, and…

A’Driane Nieves on the Future of Art

A’Driane Nieves is a USAF veteran, writer, artist, speaker, and postpartum depression and anxiety survivor living with bipolar disorder. A'Driane's writing – which focuses on the intersections of life, motherhood, art, music, faith, race, and mental health – has be en featured on BlogHer, UpWorthy, EverdayFeminism, Postpartum Progress, and the 2015 Austin Listen To Your Mother…

Gray Malin: Artist from Above

How would you describe your style, both personally and professionally? 
My personal style is classic, but always with a pop of color. This carries over into my work aesthetic, as well as interior decorating style. Describe what you consider the
 lifecycle of one of your pieces – from ideation, to purchase, and beyond.
 Some concepts…

5 Questions With Heather McGlinn, SVP, Strategy, Wells Fargo

This post originally appeared on the Innovation Enterprise blog. Heather McGlinn heads up the Strategy Development and Planning for Direct Channels team at Wells Fargo, leading the corporate strategy and strategic planning team for the consumer, small business, internet, mobile, social, and contact center team. Heather has been with Wells Fargo, a leader in omnichannel…