How Airbnb designs for trust | Joe Gebbia

How Airbnb designs for trust | Joe Gebbia

I want to tell you the story about the time I almost got kidnapped in the trunk of a red Mazda Miata. It’s the day after graduating from design school and I’m having a yard sale. And this guy pulls up in this red Mazda and he starts looking through my stuff. And he buys

TEDxBerkeley – Nipun Mehta – Designing For Generosity

TEDxBerkeley – Nipun Mehta – Designing For Generosity

Translator: Alina Siluyanova Reviewer: Denise RQ Thank you. I am happy to be here. I really want to explore the question if we designed for generosity. if we designed for generosity. This is a cover of Time magazine, May 11, 1953. It features Vinoba Bhave. Vinoba Bhave was named by Gandhi as sort of his

The hilarious art of book design | Chip Kidd

The hilarious art of book design | Chip Kidd

Hi. (Laughter) I did that for two reasons. First of all, I wanted to give you a good visual first impression. But the main reason I did it is that that’s what happens to me when I’m forced to wear a Lady Gaga skanky mic. (Laughter) I’m used to a stationary mic. It’s the sensible

How to build your creative confidence | David Kelley

How to build your creative confidence | David Kelley

Translator: Timothy Covell Reviewer: Morton Bast I wanted to talk to you today about creative confidence. I’m going to start way back in the third grade at Oakdale School in Barberton, Ohio. I remember one day my best friend Brian was working on a project. He was making a horse out of the clay our

Balloon Dress | Design Squad

Balloon Dress | Design Squad

There’s something I’ve always wanted to try: to engineer a dress made out of unusual materials. NAOMI: These here are 160s, which means they are one-inch wide and 60 inches long. Hi, I’m Deysi from Design Squad, and I’m here with Naomi from Red Balloon Company. So, do you want to see one of my

TEDxHogeschoolUtrecht – Sebastian Deterding – Rethinking the Ethics of Design

TEDxHogeschoolUtrecht – Sebastian Deterding – Rethinking the Ethics of Design

Translator: Camille Martínez Reviewer: Ivana Korom Hi there, everyone. I would like to start by asking you a simple question. And that is, who of you wants to build a product that is as captivating and engaging as, say, Facebook or Twitter? If you think so, please raise your hand. Something that’s as captivating and

John Hodgman: Design, explained.

John Hodgman: Design, explained.

Translator: Katheryn McGaffigan Reviewer: Jenny Zurawell Today I’m going to unpack for you three examples of iconic design, and it makes perfect sense that I should be the one to do it because I have a Bachelor’s degree in Literature. (Laughter) But I’m also a famous minor television personality and an avid collector of Design

John Maeda: How art, technology and design inform creative leaders

John Maeda: How art, technology and design inform creative leaders

Translator: Joseph Geni Reviewer: Morton Bast I have to say that I’m very glad to be here. I understand we have over 80 countries here, so that’s a whole new paradigm for me to speak to all of these countries. In each country, I’m sure you have this thing called the parent-teacher conference. Do you

When we design for disability, we all benefit | Elise Roy

When we design for disability, we all benefit | Elise Roy

I’ll never forget the sound of laughing with my friends. I’ll never forget the sound of my mother’s voice right before I fell asleep. And I’ll never forget the comforting sound of water trickling down a stream. Imagine my fear, pure fear, when, at the age of 10, I was told I was going to

Timothy Prestero: Design for people, not awards

Timothy Prestero: Design for people, not awards

Translator: Timothy Covell Reviewer: Morton Bast I’ve got a great idea that’s going to change the world. It’s fantastic, it’s going to blow your mind. It’s my beautiful baby. Here’s the thing: everybody loves a beautiful baby. I mean, I was a beautiful baby. Here’s me and my dad a couple days after I was