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Pixar’s Collective Genius and Kenya’s Cashless Society

Take a look at some of the latest ideas, products, and visuals for the week of June 16th brought to you by our strategists, designers, and developers.

What Does Pixar’s Collective Genius Look Like?: What happens when an organization innovates? What does that process look like?

Ten Days In Kenya With No Cash: A writer tries to understand why Kenya has gained a reputation as the mobile payments future.

Spike Jonze Reveals How To Stay Creative: As creatives, it’s a hard thing to push, to make something you’re truly excited about, especially if you’ve written 100 different concepts and they keep getting shot down.

30 Years Later, One Man Is Still Trying To Fix Video Games: The problem, according to Crawford, is that video games are, from the most expensive blockbuster shooting game to the humblest text adventure, fundamentally about spatial reasoning, not social reasoning.

Robin: Conference rooms that book themselves, and other future forward systems for modern workplace.

HEXO+: An intelligent aerial follow camera: no pilot, no cameraman, no headache.

Earin: Two earbuds that together function as one Bluetooth headphone; no cables, no attachments just magically small delivering high quality audio sound.

Fives: An online exhibition of creatives’ favourite World Cup moments illustrated in five second films.

Ben Sanders’ Colourful Paintings: The artist just displayed a host of new work at his enigmatically-named exhibition Graves of Craving, in his home city; works bursting with colour and texture, strange shapes, odd details and no end of character.

F.C. Real Bristol 2014 Lookbook: As with seasons past, this collection features a range of technical Nike pieces remixed as only F.C.R.B. knows how.

Levi Brooks is the CEO/Co-founder of Use All Five.
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