With the advances in technology over the last ten years, it is amazing to see that the retail experience has remained largely unchanged. Although the internet has stolen the echo of a million footsteps, those that still brave supermarkets and clothes shops are mirroring a pilgrimage which hasn’t changed since the dawn of time. They might be self-serving at the checkout but,
While it may seem counterintuitive, the existence of constraints can often lead to innovative designs and clever solutions. When designing an experience, a process, a project or product, constraints impose boundaries and limitations. It is the need to overcome these boundaries and limitations that can inspire innovation.
Constraints force a team to work together to either come up with a creative solution to side-step an impediment,
If you’re old like me, you might remember back when Apple dropped the bombshell that the next generation of Macs would come equipped with *gasp* Intel processors. For the decade leading up to this transition, Macs had been built around the PowerPC CPUs, but as Steve Jobs explained in the 2005 WWDC keynote,