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Youthmode and Eyes-Free Yoga

Take a look at some of the latest ideas, products, and visuals for the week of October 21st brought to you by our strategists, designers, and developers.

Youthmode: The internet and globalisation means that people of many ages are exhibiting identity-defining behaviours, such as attempting to prove why they are unique, which are traditionally associated with the young.

Burberry’s Digital Transformation: From in-store iPads and streaming media to its strong back-end infrastructure, Burberry has become a forerunner in adopting digital technologies to connect its channels, creating a new, rich brand experience for consumers.

Jack Dorsey’s Daily ‘Do and Don’t List’: Dorsey says that by formulating two lists, it helps establish healthy patterns for people to live better lives.

ScreenX: A new type of cinema technology developed by theater chain CJ CGV in South Korea. It uses the theater walls as supplemental screens to give people a panoramic 270-degree view.

ClickingBad: A free browser game in the same style as Cookie Clicker that has players cooking up drugs and selling them to upgrade their equipment.

Eyes-Free Yoga: Researchers at the University of Washington have developed a program that allows the visually-impaired to practice yoga at home without the need for a live instructor.

Fontwalk: An interactive, scrolling experience that shows off new fonts from FontShop.

Image of the Studio: A revealing window into the NYC design scene. Collecting 75 New York design studios (including agencies and individuals), Image of the Studio does a fantastic job of familiarizing you with the design principles and practices of an entire city.

Design Principles FTW: A collection of the worlds most successful Design Principles. Read them, use them and let them inspire you to create your own sets of principles.

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