The Design of Service and Education.

It’s Friday and I am rendering a rather large video which has my Mac tied up for the next 30 minutes. So, what do I do when rendering video? I look for inspiration on the internet. This morning I found “The Design of Service and Education” from the folks at Gestalten. It features the founder of IDEO, Bill Moggridge, and is worth a watch.

As founder of the legendary Silicon Valley-based design company IDEO and current director of the Smithsonian Institution’s Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum in NYC, Bill Moggridge surely knows a thing or two about the value, function, and importance of design. Gestalten.tv met the man who designed the first ever laptop to realize why today’s increasing services are a design opportunity, to discover the richness of variety of the Cooper-Hewitt’s historical collection, and to learn why design in the US still needs to get more recognition.

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