‘Following the British Design & Art Direction’s SuperHumanism conference earlier this year, Design Week has decided to take a lead in provoking positive response to the initiative from the design community. We’ve asked a handful of design groups to come up with visual and written ideas of devices or services that might improve people’s lives. Responses ranged from humorous to environmental and sustainable design solutions. Research by Natalie Adams
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