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Daniel Gomez Seidel and Masuma Henry of Artefact have posted a nice write-up on recent developments and opportunities for wearables in the healthcare space. The post contains various interesting cases and points at some of the human and contextual challenges involved. bit.ly/1Lu28Zk Related posts:…

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Daniel Gomez Seidel and Masuma Henry of Artefact have posted a nice write-up on recent developments and opportunities for wearables in the healthcare space. The post contains various interesting cases and points at some of the human and contextual challenges involved. bit.ly/1Lu28Zk Related posts:…

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Daniel Gomez Seidel and Masuma Henry of Artefact have posted a nice write-up on recent developments and opportunities for wearables in the healthcare space. The post contains various interesting cases and points at some of the human and contextual challenges involved. bit.ly/1Lu28Zk Related posts:…

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Daniel Gomez Seidel and Masuma Henry of Artefact have posted a nice write-up on recent developments and opportunities for wearables in the healthcare space. The post contains various interesting cases and points at some of the human and contextual challenges involved. bit.ly/1Lu28Zk Related posts:…

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Daniel Gomez Seidel and Masuma Henry of Artefact have posted a nice write-up on recent developments and opportunities for wearables in the healthcare space. The post contains various interesting cases and points at some of the human and contextual challenges involved. bit.ly/1Lu28Zk Related posts:…

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How Your Brain Understands Visual Language

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Or, “why email is still represented by an envelope.” Design professor Josiah Kahane explains. Semioticians classify signs or sign systems in relation to the way they are transmitted. bit.ly/1GR38V9 Related posts: Exploring Sensor Gloves for Teaching Children Sign Language New Computer Programming Language Imitates…

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Larry Keeley, co-founder of innovation firm Doblin which is now a unit of Deloitte Consulting LLP, says that too often advocates of “design” regard it as an elixir that can somehow transform conservative companies into creative ones. bit.ly/1S2U2cF Related posts: 10 Paradoxical Traits Of…

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