Nowadays, when most people are walking around with what would have passed as a supercomputer just a few decades ago, life in our cities needs to adapt in drastic new ways to the changes — both good and bad.
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Keynotes galore! The ubiquitous tech keynote is all around us, with every major tech company having a go at convincing the world that their newest product is one to leave a path to trace for the next generations, a major footprint for all others to climb out of, and re-revolutionizing everything we knew (and then some) in a major display of hype and theatrical extravaganza.
For many years Facebook’s policy of singling out the “Like” as the sole reaction to any publication has been leaving people guessing as to why, why the option of a “Dislike” counterpart is being avoided and ignored.
How can we be happy both as humans and as designers? How can we avoid that our jobs turn into tedious routine? Stefan Sagmeister — a veritable graphic design guru — aims to explore these and other questions within his exhibition “The Happy Show” in Wien’s MAK museum for applied arts.