Dalia Bagdziunaite on Research & InnovationNeuroconsultant // Researcher // Behavioral Strategist // EducatorSome time ago
Speculative design is an incredible field aimed at starting the discussion about big societal issues by using collective imagination & fiction. This type of design is used to help to facilitate co-creative processes and foster innovation. If u want to know more about how speculative future scenarios can be used in business or policy-making settings, I strongly suggest to watch the following video
Speculative Futures: A Plea for Collective Imagination (Ellery Studio) |Virtual Design Thinking Camp 2020
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Analysing #miningstocks is not as hard as it may seem. Check out this tool to help you start #investing in precious metals (gold, silver, platinum) stocks. https://youtu.be/cu8Bdicyei4
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Ilja Popov on Sustainability & InnovationSustainability Guy | Performance Marketer @kilo.healthSome time ago
Solar energy from windows, but how about other everyday items? ☀️ Apart from windows, imagine this technology being adapted to Phones for example.📱 From the looks, it might be a regular phone, although the big difference would be charging. You wouldn't need it. It would charge itself just by laying under the sunlight. In the future this technology might reduce the reliability on Power Plants, additionally reducing the consumption of electricity from daily used electronics. ✌️ Innovation indeed! To which other things would you adapt transparent solar panels? 🤓 https://www.sustainability-times.com/green-consumerism/solar-panels-could-soon-be-transparent-enough-to-be-windows/
Solar panels could soon be transparent enough to be windows
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Andrius Milinavičius on Innovation and startupsFounder, mentor, speaker, biohacker, friend.Some time ago
Extremely valuable advice from former FB PR chief. And to sum it up - actually no one cares about your startup, it’s your job as a founder to make them care.
Facebook’s former PR chief explains why no one is paying attention to your startup – TechCrunch
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