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  1. Voice for the masses with KaiOS on the banana feature phone Innovation
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    Peet Sneekes
    Datum

    This banana shaped feature phone (Nokia 8110) is bringing voice-services to a market of millions in Asia and beyond. In fact, it and many other budget feature phones run KaiOS, the fastest growing mobile operating system in India.

    Peet and his banana phone We recognize this as a huge opportunity for our…

  2. Dutch Design Week 2018 – Why to go this year Design
    Auteur
    José Gallegos
    Datum

    Tracing its inception to something called ‘Design Day’ back in 1998, Dutch Design Week (DDW) is now in its 14th edition and going strong from October 20-28. Whether you’re a devoted follower or considering making the pilgrimage around Eindhoven for the first time, you might be wondering: Is it worth…

  3. Design Trend 3: Horror Vacui Design Trends
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    Sarmite Polakova
    Datum

    By Sarmite Polakova and Audrey Cruchade, designers at Digital Agency Mirabeau. A series of trends investigating how visual and interaction design patterns will change according to the broader trends in society, technology and the design realm.

    Image by John Somers, designer at Mirabeau What’s going on? Our web is so white. It’s clean. It’s…

  4. Smart Building Data visualization with a 3D printed controller Innovation
    Auteur
    Hayo Rubingh
    Datum

    Sometimes data cannot be easily read through graphs, lists or maps. Sometimes we need 3D. That’s why we mapped our climate sensor data onto a realtime 3D model. To control this ‘digital twin’ we also created a physical controller, shaped after our office building (KBF). This is the KBF-controller.

    One of…

  5. Testing as a team effort – building layers for your testing cake Testing
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    Annemarie Doran-Collijn
    Datum

    Testing is not an effort that should be done solely by a lone tester or a group of testers. It is something that should be done on different levels by the entire development team. Unfortunately, in a lot of projects, even Agile projects, the tester is (still) the last person…