Re:mind, by Marketplace, is a memory prompter designed for people in the early stages of dementia or for those who need a hand in their ’24/7′ multi-tasking lives. It doubles up as a mobile phone and can be used for text messaging. It can be customised to appeal to both able-bodied and disabled users, to whom it can give a degree of independence. The hand-held device sits on a programmable unit when not in use. When programmed, the user is alerted through visual cues and beeps.
The print designs for Eduardo Paolozzi’s multi-coloured mosaic tiles, which were almost destroyed in 2015, are to be auctioned this week in his hometown, Edinburgh.
A patent filed by the Google-owned autonomous vehicle company shows how sensors in its cars could be used to detect a collision with a pedestrian or cyclist, and soften the
Spanning everything from graphics to transport design, the 10th iteration of the annual awards and exhibition includes a search and rescue drone that assists refugees and the national place branding
The latest in his series on assumptions, business adviser John Scarrott considers potential pitfalls and how designers can sell their services more successfully.