I came across this article on Creative Bloq about fun and unique 404 error pages. The creators of these websites took some extra time designing the 404 error pages so they're in line with the company's branding and spirit. Encountering an error page while searching for something is oftentimes a frustrating experience for users. By paying special attention to the design, however, these creators have turned errors into an opportunity to showcase their design capabilities and offer an entertaining experi...
I came across this playful product on the internet, called Catchbox, which is a microphone in a plush box that you can throw. It makes people throw the microphone to each other, so they literally bounce ideas off each other. I think it's a lovely idea and would be interested in seeing how this gesture/action might influence a learning experience. I think it can be useful in the Learning Theater as well. What are your thoughts?
I watched the film below, The Social Life of Small Urban Spaces, by William H. Whyte as an assignment during grad school at Parsons. It's been one of the biggest inspirations for me since then for user studying and testing, which are very important steps in design. I thought this film could offer all of us some great insights as we experiment with furniture and gear up for the opening of the Learning Theater.