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Design Job: Doin’ It Live! Ableton AG is Seeking a UX Designer in Berlin, Germany

Connect is our newest product team at Ableton and is responsible for making Link, our technology that allows Live, iOS apps and other music software to seamlessly play in time. Link is just the beginning of their mission to better connect instruments and musicians. As part of

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Design Job: Live VIVID! French Bull is Seeking a Senior Designer in New York, NY

Pattern and Graphic Designer for French Bull Overview: French Bull, a NYC based company has a passion for pattern, and transforming products from ordinary to extraordinary. The Designer will work directly with the founder to initiate concepts each season reflective of French Bull’s creative

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In push for more live video, Twitter officially announces the Producer API

 Confirming earlier reports by The Information and here at TechCrunch, Twitter officially announced the launch of a new tool for live video aimed larger media publishers and broadcasters. The Producer API, as it’s called, will allow professional publishers to connect their equipment  to Twitter in order to stream live video directly to its network. Twitter had previously launched… Read More


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Dickens World, The Defunct Theme Park Dedicated To Live Action Re-Enactments Of Charles Dickens Novels

They theme park had life-sized replicas of the streets where Oliver Twist and Company picked pockets, poorhouses and the ghost chamber where you get haunted by the ghosts of the Marley Brothers from the classic A Christmas Carol. The website is still live even though it closed in 2016.

More info: Dickens World (h/t: messynessychic)










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People still live in Henry Ford’s failed jungle utopia

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Who needs experts?

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People still live in Henry Ford’s failed jungle utopia originally appeared on Autoblog on Tue, 21 Feb 2017 11:36:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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The 2017 Design Salary Survey Is Officially Live, and We Need Your Help

2017 is officially in full swing! For some of you, that means you’re just starting up at your new job, and for others it means embarking on another year of a job you either love or hate. If you happen to fall into any of these categories, we need your help! Since 2001, Coroflot has collected and reported salary information from tens of thousands of design and creative professionals around the world. We’ve been able to do this with the help of our community, who we rely on to enter their own information. The Design Salary Guide is a valuable resource for your own salary negotiations or as a resource when building your team.

The Salary Guide offers plenty of benefits. For starters, it’s a rolling tool, available year-round and reporting the results in real-time. We have a pool of over 65,000, with useful data on dozens of job titles from around the world. Our range includes over 50 job titles, so there’s something for every creative role! All of the data is collected on a city level, allowing us to report results on a more granular, hyper-local scale (in addition to broader trends). You can even enter freelance hourly rates, and in turn we report on freelance hourly rates. We collect and report on salaries and hourly rates in local currencies around the world. Our charting tool shows the 25th percentile, median, and 75th percentile of earnings at all times. If we have enough data, we split it up into more detail. Any data you submit is completely anonymous, so there is zero risk in completing the survey.

Built by designers, for designers, Coroflot has always had a strong community of talented creative-types. We invite you to take a peek around and add your info to the Salary Guide. It literally takes less than 1 minute to participate. The more data we can collect and summarize, the better accuracy we’ll have. And of course, share it with your friends!

Keep your eyes peeled for Salary Guide news as we’ll have more exciting tidbits to share in the coming weeks.

Enter your data by March 14th to receive Coroflot’s annual report on design salaries.


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All of 2017 Detroit Auto Show live photo galleries

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If it happened live in Detroit, we have a gallery of it.

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All of 2017 Detroit Auto Show live photo galleries originally appeared on Autoblog on Mon, 09 Jan 2017 22:01:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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The Siberian Beauty: Artist Use Makeup To Transform Herself Into Live Paint

Russian artist Maria Gasanova adjusts her make-up as she finishes “The Siberian Beauty” body art work from her “The Alive Painting” series before the opening ceremony of the Cultural Universiade as part of preparation for the 2019 Winter Universiade Krasnoyarsk, in the Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, Russia.




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This Humble Little House Was Designed For A Chef To Live On The Coast Of Norway

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Located on coast of Stokkøya, Norway, just next to the water, overlooking the neighboring islands and the Norwegian Sea, is Hadar’s House, a small home for a chef, designed by Asante Architecture & Design. As part of the overall house design, the home owner wanted to make sure there would be sea views from all of the rooms throughout the house.

More info: Asante Architecture & Design (h/t: contemporist). Photos by Marius Rua.

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This Humble Little House Was Designed For A Chef To Live On The Coast Of Norway

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Located on coast of Stokkøya, Norway, just next to the water, overlooking the neighboring islands and the Norwegian Sea, is Hadar’s House, a small home for a chef, designed by Asante Architecture & Design. As part of the overall house design, the home owner wanted to make sure there would be sea views from all of the rooms throughout the house.

More info: Asante Architecture & Design (h/t: contemporist). Photos by Marius Rua.

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This Humble Little House Was Designed For A Chef To Live On The Coast Of Norway

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Located on coast of Stokkøya, Norway, just next to the water, overlooking the neighboring islands and the Norwegian Sea, is Hadar’s House, a small home for a chef, designed by Asante Architecture & Design. As part of the overall house design, the home owner wanted to make sure there would be sea views from all of the rooms throughout the house.

More info: Asante Architecture & Design (h/t: contemporist). Photos by Marius Rua.

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Live! Tune Into Our #Core77Con Social Feed Tomorrow

It’s finally here—our Core77 Designing Here/Now Conference starts tomorrow! Stay up to date with the happenings by following our Facebook Live feed this Thursday September 29th, featuring interviews with some of our conference speakers.

Check out the full Facebook live schedule of interviews below.

11:00 AM PST/2:00 PM EST

“Citizen Design and the Refugee Crisis” with John Farrace, Ekene Ijeoma and Amro Sallam

12:45 PM PST/3:45 PM EST—

“Robots of the Future” with Creative Director Alexis Lloyd

3:30 PM PST/6:30 PM EST

“Idea to Launch” with 30 Weeks’ Shana Dressler

4:50 PM PST/7:50 PM EST 

“Designing for Death” with IDEO’s Dana Cho

1:15 PM PST/4:15 PM EST

“Gaming for Social Good” with Microsoft’s Kudo Tsunoda

5:35 PM PST/8:35 PM EST

“Designing for Social Justice” with Creative Reaction Lab’s Antionette Carroll

Follow us on Facebook throughout the day to see it all live.

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Other conference events on social media to watch throughout the day:

Check out our Instagram Stories 

to see what’s going on at the conference at a glance

Follow us on our Twitter account and the hashtag #Core77Con 

to check out speaker quotes, behind the scenes photos and more.

See you tomorrow on our social feeds! 


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Live! Tune Into Our #Core77Con Social Feed Tomorrow

It’s finally here—our Core77 Designing Here/Now Conference starts tomorrow! Stay up to date with the happenings by following our Facebook Live feed this Thursday September 29th, featuring interviews with some of our conference speakers.

Check out the full Facebook live schedule of interviews below.

11:00 AM PST/2:00 PM EST

“Citizen Design and the Refugee Crisis” with John Farrace, Ekene Ijeoma and Amro Sallam

12:45 PM PST/3:45 PM EST—

“Robots of the Future” with Creative Director Alexis Lloyd

3:30 PM PST/6:30 PM EST

“Idea to Launch” with 30 Weeks’ Shana Dressler

4:50 PM PST/7:50 PM EST 

“Designing for Death” with IDEO’s Dana Cho

1:15 PM PST/4:15 PM EST

“Gaming for Social Good” with Microsoft’s Kudo Tsunoda

5:35 PM PST/8:35 PM EST

“Designing for Social Justice” with Creative Reaction Lab’s Antionette Carroll

Follow us on Facebook throughout the day to see it all live.

________________________

Other conference events on social media to watch throughout the day:

Check out our Instagram Stories 

to see what’s going on at the conference at a glance

Follow us on our Twitter account and the hashtag #Core77Con 

to check out speaker quotes, behind the scenes photos and more.

See you tomorrow on our social feeds! 


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Design Job: Live on the Cutting Edge of Design Research as a Junior Software Designer at IBM Design in Austin, TX

Welcome to the New Era of IBM Design. We are transforming the way IBM thinks. We are transforming the way IBM designs products. And we are transforming IBM’s culture. We are looking for talented and motivated designers to drive an era of design-led innovation.

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Muji Seeking Human Guinea Pigs to Live in Their New House Design, Rent-Free

We were excited to see the floorplans for Muji’s pre-fab Vertical House, which was designed to maximize floorspace in tight cities like Tokyo. Now they’ve followed up with their Window House design, which will have the benefit of having windows on four sides, as it’s been designed for areas with less density than the capital. They’re building a test model in the much smaller city of Kamakura (pop. 174,000, versus Tokyo’s 13-million-plus). And some lucky soul(s) will get to live in it for two years—for free.

Yes, Muji is now accepting applications to be the Window House’s resident human guinea pigs. As the name suggests, the house was specifically designed to incorporate a series of carefully-placed windows to regulate both light and airflow, and now that the design is complete, it’s time to get actual feedback on whether the system works as intended.

Thus they’re going to select a lucky applicant (it can be a single person, a family, or even a group of friends) to live in the house for a two-year trial. The rent will be covered by Muji, but in exchange, the denizens must be willing to appear in photo/video ops and provide the crucial feedback the designers will need in order to refine the design.

Applicants need not be Japanese—but must be able to fluently speak Japanese, which makes sense given that they must communicate clearly with Muji’s designers. Oh, and another bonus: If you’re selected, while you must move out of the Window House after two years, you get free Muji furniture—for life.

Frustratingly, Muji has not released detailed drawings of the Window House like they did with the Vertical House (at least that I can find, searching in English) although they did release this video showing an interior of the Window House prototype. If you turn the computer-translated English subtitles on, you may be able to glean some information as to the design details, but I couldn’t extract much:

Interested Nihongo-speakers can apply here.


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Muji Seeking Human Guinea Pigs to Live in Their New House Design, Rent-Free

We were excited to see the floorplans for Muji’s pre-fab Vertical House, which was designed to maximize floorspace in tight cities like Tokyo. Now they’ve followed up with their Window House design, which will have the benefit of having windows on four sides, as it’s been designed for areas with less density than the capital. They’re building a test model in the much smaller city of Kamakura (pop. 174,000, versus Tokyo’s 13-million-plus). And some lucky soul(s) will get to live in it for two years—for free.

Yes, Muji is now accepting applications to be the Window House’s resident human guinea pigs. As the name suggests, the house was specifically designed to incorporate a series of carefully-placed windows to regulate both light and airflow, and now that the design is complete, it’s time to get actual feedback on whether the system works as intended.

Thus they’re going to select a lucky applicant (it can be a single person, a family, or even a group of friends) to live in the house for a two-year trial. The rent will be covered by Muji, but in exchange, the denizens must be willing to appear in photo/video ops and provide the crucial feedback the designers will need in order to refine the design.

Applicants need not be Japanese—but must be able to fluently speak Japanese, which makes sense given that they must communicate clearly with Muji’s designers. Oh, and another bonus: If you’re selected, while you must move out of the Window House after two years, you get free Muji furniture—for life.

Frustratingly, Muji has not released detailed drawings of the Window House like they did with the Vertical House (at least that I can find, searching in English) although they did release this video showing an interior of the Window House prototype. If you turn the computer-translated English subtitles on, you may be able to glean some information as to the design details, but I couldn’t extract much:

Interested Nihongo-speakers can apply here.


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YouNow goes beyond the live stream as it now lets you share interesting moments

selfie stick YouNow has quite an explicit startup name. The live streaming startup lets you stream yourself, now. But with more than 150,000 live streams per day, how can you be sure that you didn’t miss a funny or heartwarming moment when you were away? YouNow has a new update that lets you seamlessly share your favorite moments. Rewatching live streams is nothing new. You can jump back in time… Read More


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24 Hours of Le Mans live update part two

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Porsches! Dogs! Hair Products! Safety Cars! It’s Parker’s second installment of Le Mans updates interspersed with philosophical expositions.

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24 Hours of Le Mans live update part two originally appeared on Autoblog on Sat, 18 Jun 2016 21:05:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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