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The Design Museum Everywhere, founded by Sam Aquillano,
carries things, information and discussions to people. It breaks away from the traditional exhibition concept and forms new,
nomadic pop-up settings where design belongs: everywhere. The iF Design Marathon offers participants inspiring podcasts and a virtual
panel discussion on a new form of design firm for start-ups, the power of story and work-life balance in hybrid environments. Top-level speakers
Thumbs up and be there when the Design Museum Everywhere stops by!
Get inspired by two new Design is Everywhere podcast episodes and one virtual panel discussion focusing on:
In this week’s episode, we learn more about a new type of design firm for startups. Host Sam Aquillano is joined by Bret Recor, the Founder and Creative Director of award-winning design agency Box Clever. Bret chats about the process of this new hybrid model where Box Clever actually takes a stake in the companies that they work with, which allows them to be more of a partner to these companies. He shares more on how this approach looks different from the "Design for Hire" model. Later on in the show, they are joined by Jamison Pereira, Co-founder of Eddi, a new startup that is launching a sustainable soap dispenser for the modern home. Together they chat about collaborating during lockdown and the power of good design.
In this episode from the Design is Everywhere podcast archive, the host Sam Aquillano is joined by Jon Campbell, Head of Innovation Capability at EPAM Continuum, to learn about the value of storytelling in design. They chat about how designers convey stories to bring impactful designs and how storytelling is used in the prototyping phase. Later on in the show, they are joined by Debbie Millman, designer, author, educator, and the host of Design Matters. Debbie shares her earliest interview experiences and how her process has changed over the years. Together, they discuss how podcasting has evolved and why design matters to them.
Topic: Disruptive Design: Work-life balance in a hybrid environment
Recording of a panel discussion with Sheena Collier, CEO & Founder of The Collier Connection (TCC); Jon Levy, Behavioral Scientist, Author, and Founder of The Influencers; Dimitrios Lagias, Partner in the Seattle office of The Boston Consulting Group. The discussion will be moderated by Tom Di Lillo, Regional Sales Manager, New England at Steelcase.
I’m Sam Aquillano, Founder and Executive Director of Design Museum Everywhere, a distributed museum with a mission to bring the transformative power of design everywhere. We like to say: design is everywhere, so are we. I’m also the host of our weekly podcast, Design is Everywhere. Prior to starting Design Museum Everywhere I was an industrial designer at Bose — and I’m proud to say I’ve earned a couple iF awards over the years!
Design Museum Everywhere is a new kind a museum — we’re redefining what it means to be a museum in the 21st century. We are online, nomadic, and accessible to all. Instead of a single museum location in one place, we pop-up everywhere, in places where people already go. Whether in a gallery, retail environment, public space, office, lobby, or online, you can find our events, exhibitions, and content everywhere.
I love the concept — a global celebration of design! When COVID changed everything and we started producing our podcast, virtual events, online exhibitions, etc — we found that our community grew beyond the United States. Almost overnight we had attendees at our events from Ireland, Iraq, Uganda, South Korea, and more. I love that design is a universal language for us all to connect, and the Design Marathon is a great framework for that shared design conversation.
I think it’s a combination of design fields that create experiences that
inspire and delight us in the real world. We’ve all spent over a year at home
or social-distancing, and I’m excited to see how designers can create physical
experiences — that blend tangible and digital elements — that make us go “wow.”
These could be exhibitions or entertainment or some mix of both.