1. Icelandair In-Flight Safety Video

    Great example of how small details make the difference in managing customer expectations.

    Hat tip: Emanuele Menietti

  2. The scientific way to cut a cake

    Alex Bellos, author of “Here’s Looking at Euclid: A Surprising Excursion Through the Astonishing World of Math" on cutting a cake using scientific principle.

    Hat tip: Internazionale

  3. Adobe came to Segmeister&Walsh to make an interpretive graphic of their logo. They decided to have some fun and turn it into a competition. They designed, produced, and edited a five part gameshow series. Judges: Stefan Bucher, Jessica Hische, Joshua Davis, Noreen Morioka Host: Todd Newton

    Hat tip: design milk

  4. Voice-activated in-car technologies dangerously undermine driver attention.

    This study is pretty timely as we’re approaching a new era for in-car infotainment interaction patterns (e.g. Apple CarPlay and Google’s Projected Mode).

  5. Ride The Subway For Free In Moscow, But Only If You Can Do 30 Squats

    City of Moscow promote social change by offering a free ride on its subway.

    (Source: youtube.com)

  6. Domino’s pizza DVD campaign

    A DVD that smells and looks kind of like pizza once it’s “heated up” in a player? Looks (and tastes) bizarre. 

    Hat tip: The Consumerist

  7. Continuing on the healthcare path, here’s an inspiring presentation by James Senior on designing a compassionate healthcare experience. 

    The session also discuss ways to put the suggestions into practice in UX design team. By keeping patients at the center of our thinking, the right design will emerge.

  8. 140 is a minimalistic platformer nominated for Excellence in Audio in IGF 2013.

    The minimalist game—which has no storyline or characters—forces you to sync your movements to an “energetic, yet melancholic” soundtrack. The stripped-down landscape of the game changes along with the noises—keep up with the rhythm and visual cues, and you’re catapulted into different landscapes. 

    Hat tip: Fastcodesign

  9. A new way of thinking for healthcare: “human care”

  10. Delta’s new pre-flight safety instruction video make use of something nobody thought about: fun.

  11. Awesome short graduation film project on gamification by Eran May-raz and Daniel Lazo.

    (Source: vimeo.com)

  12. The amazing work of south korean artist Ahn Min Jeong who uses the style, signs and symbols of mechanical drawings to elevate the visibility of the hidden faces of our bodies and souls.

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munich72 by Marcos Dopico on Flickr.


    munich72 by Marcos Dopico on Flickr.

  14. Amazing infographic work by Hamburg designer Martin Oberhauser

    (Source: trigger.behance.net)

  15. Microsoft warehouse
Epic shot by german photographer Christian Stoll.

    Microsoft warehouse

    Epic shot by german photographer Christian Stoll.