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John Maeda, Automattic, and Design.blog

Lots of exciting things all being announced today at Automattic! The fabulous John Maeda is now an Automattician, serving as Global Head, Computational Design and Inclusion. 111 more words

Renaissance Soul Randomness

Natalie Hanson: #EUX16 John Maeda's Closing Keynote #servicedesign #designthinking

Maeda’s presentation is one of those where you know there are layers of meaning, and it will take time to absorb them all … but I valued his broad and deep perspective on the role of design, and what he is doing to build “a justifiable case for creativity in the world” which will improve executive understanding of what we do, and pave the way for the generation to come. 90 more words

Customer Management

Do First Impressions Last?

I heard John Maeda speak on Capital Hill one time. Frankly, he didn’t impress me. Yes, he held the President’s position at Rhode Island School of Design (or RISD) and had everything to do with moving the… 354 more words

Leadership

Cognitive Art

I love information graphics. It’s a great challenge to look at data and develop a way of presenting it visually so that it immediately communicates meaning and entices the viewer to look closer to glean more information. 302 more words

Graphic Design

A great piece by John Maeda on the rise of artists and the evolution of design.

“Artists ask the questions that others are afraid to ask, and that money has no answer.” 7 more words

STEAM

The right message, or influence

“There is an alchemy of delivering the right message to the right person”, Maurice Levy (CEO of Publicis) suggested in his recent Bloomberg interview about Business Innovation. 825 more words

Innovation

Toledo Design Week 2015: Links, etc.

I had a blast speaking to the great people of Bowling Green, Ohio this week as part of AIGA Toledo Design Week. Thanks so much to AIGA Toledo and the Graphic Design Department at Bowling Green State University for the invitation, and to everyone who came out to my presentation at the Wolfe Center for the Arts. 46 more words

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