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August, 2012

What I “Like” About Social Media

We here at I&S recently conducted a survey of thousands of design professionals to wrap our heads around the role that social media plays in your day-to-day operations (or if at all). The results were both surprising and telling.

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Dream the Big Dream

Debbie delivers an uncharacteristically inspirational message, all thanks to the one and only David Rockwell.

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Faster Higher Stronger: The Materials of Sport at Material Connexion New York

In the wake of the Olympics there is always a surge of excitement about sports. We are all inspired by the athletes’ world-record-breaking performances and passion, their success at making their own marks on history. What we don’t often realize is how the clothing they wear, the equipment they use and the very stadium they compete in are contributing to their outstanding performances.

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Laminate in Design History

In 1998 I was lucky enough to be visiting the Wilsonart Laminate company in Temple, Texas. It was lunchtime and one of the executive assistants said “They are gutting the founders house today. You should take her over there. There’s lots of old laminate, it’s a real hoot!”...

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