Free VintagevPosters has released a collection of high resolution classic posters that can be downloaded and printed. The collection is diverse, covering movies, travel, entertainment, and a range of other topics.
Although my adversion to movement on websites that is not controlled by the end user remains firmly intact, this discussion of functional animations to smooth the user experience suggests that it might be worth exploring the us...
Because it is never too early to start thinking about our next total floor renovation, take a look at these top five "most beautiful" co-working spaces in the world":Crew Collective - MontrealMinistry of New - Mumbai...
With a great sound system in the Learning Theater, sound is more important for our projects than ever before. This makes a new tool for soundtracks particularly interesting for our work. Check out Modelizer, but remember, these guys specialize in sound, not websites.
For over a decade I have been arguing that our efforts to advance the programs of the library should be focused less on the middle range of services and more on the extremes. Initially, I argued that we ought to be investing in high tech services and high touch services instead of more customary or ordinary mid-level services. The point of the argument is that patrons can get mid-level knowledge ser...
As we continue to evolve our work processes and the services we offer to the College community, we might want to consider the 5 day Design Sprint process developed by GV. The process brings together key team members and clients to produce and test a prototype solution. The GV sprint page provides a number of useful resources for planning a sprint and
During a recent planning session in the Learning Theater, Maurizio Travaglini discussed the host team for the upCreation Experience.
After years of deciphering text and checking buttons to deny robot status, there is finally a more elegant solution to defending against robot invasions of websites. Google has announced invisible reCAPTCHA which separates robots from humans by analyzing browsing behavior. Check out the video explanation:
A Bloomberg article on Devialet discusses the founding and future direction of the company that produces the EdLab sound system. The vision and purpose of the company intersects quite directly with our own. Their goal is to create audio experiences to move emotions and to make such experiences widely available to all of humanity, democratizing the unique tech...
As we approach the development of the physical, digital, and human tool sets that will become the library, we have been exploring the blending of data, immersion, emotion, and craft as well as the combination of science and art. These elements have functioned as both inputs and outcomes of our processes. In this journey we have been drawn to boundary blurring projects. An interesting example of of such a project is described in a Rolling Stone