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John Maeda: How art, technology and design inform creative leaders technology and you



John Maeda, President of the Rhode Island School of Design, delivers a funny and charming talk that spans a lifetime of work in art, design and technology, …

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John Maeda: How art, technology and design inform creative leaders

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44 thoughts on “John Maeda: How art, technology and design inform creative leaders technology and you”

  1. Me deja pensando en muchas cosas, pero, la más relevante es el poder del maestro, el poder de condicionamiento, que tenemos desde nuestro discurso: "X es bueno para esto o lo otro, malo para aquello", ¿Qué hacemos los maestros con todo el poder que tenemos? Muy bueno, más que conceptos deja cuestionamientos, y es como dice, el arte no se debe entender… Esta enseñanza no es para responder sino para preguntar y preguntarse… Gracias.

  2. Yes! Imagine the future, how will technology encompass and explore our other human senses, touch, taste, smell, 3 dimensional and inuitive possibilities we have yet to imagine

  3. This talk had more quality content fitted in 15 minute than Creativity, Inc. which explored leadership in creative industry leaders. No offense, I love both lessons.

  4. Mohamed TEDx cairo is realy low profile version of such a speeches or events related to technology, Entertainment and Design..they provide nothing just a waste of time and moeny.

  5. I think he talked about the possibility of a creative leadership model as opposed to the traditional ones.

    "Innovation = Art + Design"
    I think that's his point.

    i. e. Innovation involves both technology and leadership, but innovation –as I understood he said one way or another– is all about combining provocative artistic view points with what makes a good design. And that's all that really "jazz". A new tech shouldn't have any value just because it's new, just as an only old antique nothing.

  6. What's so bad about the lecture material? He didn't drive home is overall point, which apparently left some of you aimless and confused, but the point is that technology (as an extension of our biological limits) is developing at an exponential rate and that it needs to be re-evaluated in order for innovation to continue at the accelerated pace (because we're getting to repetitious). Being conditioned to appreciate 'art' is a big part of this new 'paradigm' of innovation.

  7. This TEDtalk definitely had SUBSTANCE, BUT there was just TOO MUCH FLUFF and useless anecdotes (we get it, you like to experiment with things).

    MAEDA FAILED to clearly communicate + CONNECT his initial QUESTIONS to his proposed SOLUTION (of how we can better utilize DESIGN), leaving the viewer with a sense of "INCOMPLETION."

    TL;DR » FOLLOW THE CAPS

    PS: Regardless, still love the man's work.

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