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Visualizing the Voices of Vulnerable Populations in Times of Global Crisis "During the summer of 2010, UN Global Pulse, an innovation initiative in the Executive Office established by the Secretary-General, launched an unprecedented, large-scale SMS survey to participants in 5 countries around the world: India, Iraq, Mexico, Uganda, and Ukraine. The study aimed to gather data about how people in these different regions are coping with the ongoing impacts of the globa...
An interesting combination of physical objects and augmented reality. I can imagine possibly exciting applications for online education and publishing.
Edlab at the Gottesman Libraries envisions, designs, and pilots knowledge projects for a fundamentally different education sector that is attuned to the emerging post-industrial, information-based, globally-connected world. EdLab is organized in small flexible multi-disciplinary teams that collaborate to develop products of distinction. EdLab is seeking a Front End Web Designer with expertise in user interface and interaction design and implementation. The incumbent will be expected to work with teams of educators, graphic designers and engineers to help define and complete projects that se...
Julien Vallée makes beautiful motion art pieces. In the opening titles for MTV Hits, he uses a number of interesting montage and green screen tricks. I like to watch the final product and then see the "making of" sequence. Enjoy. MTV Hits from Julien Vallée on Vimeo.
This is what I want for Christmas. And the video is pretty awesome too. Music, photography, script and casting all in the timeless classic style of Japanese-feel-good-corporate communications!
Last fall I attended an event at the New York Times building in which Jer Thorp presented a data visualization tool for tracking twitter activity around New York Times content. The project is called Cascade. Check it out.
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Intriguing paper installation functional as a projection screen. See more images here.
The Thunberg Brothers of Stockholm-based design and web development agency Bärnt & Ärnst created an interesting video introducing their Webunal. I like the way they use the back wall as a screen to display infographics and screen captures. Check it out!
MIT Media Lab Identity, 2010 from readyletsgo on Vimeo. Great concept of a logo that changes. Hey, video team, I think it's time we get you on board with the EdLab brand design process. Perhaps we can come up with some cool kinetic elements to help communicate the EdLab identity.
Google announced yesterday a change in their search algorithms to push down low-quality content farms in their search results. The story in this New York Times article.