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Icon-o-Cast: a podcast by LUNAR: Episodes

LUNAR’s John Edson and Chau Hop talk with Dr. Udo Weimar, professor of physical and theoretical chemistry at the University of Tubingen in Germany about technologies and user needs associated with a new health care ecosystem
LUNAR's Chau Hop and Daniel Buhr, Professor of Policy Analysis and Political Economies at the University of Tubingen in Germany discuss public policy issues associated with “Ambient Assisted Living” (AAL)
<p>The era of personalized medicine is upon us and this trend has important implications for how we think about patients. In fact, we need to be designing meaningful experiences for healthcare “consumers,” rather than “patients.”</p>

<p>In this talk delivered at the American Institute of Architects’ ...
LUNAR's John Edson and Bastian Beate talk about TABLU's recent ethnographic study and what the design team learned as they visited people who are giving and receiving health care in their homes.
LUNAR's John Edson and Bastian Beate talk about TABLU's recent ethnographic study and what the design team learned as they visited people who are giving and receiving health care in their homes.
LUNAR's John Edson and Bastian Beate kick off a new Icon-o-Cast series that goes behind the scenes on TABLU, a project that will develop smart and relevant solutions for improving home health care.
John Edson shares developments at LUNAR and designers JJ Mendoza, Sydney Minnis and Michael Lozano discuss their perspectives on inspiring and thought-provoking moments from the recent IDSA Midwest Design Dialogue Conference.
<p>What are the key components that make a successful project and a successful client relationship? Clients come to LUNAR with a technical challenge or a creative problem but they really want some certainty about the process that will take them to a successful conclusion.</p>

<p>In this episode, LUNAR's ...
LUNAR's passion for sustainable design has driven the team to develop Phil, a new idea for changing behavior through design. LUNAR's Travis Lee, Lea Kobeli and John Edson introduce Phil and discuss ways design can be used to make a difference.
User-centered design and design thinking have taken the world by storm. But is something missing in the conversation? LUNAR’s John Edson explores the contributions designers can make by using design expression in products, brands and strategies. He also shows how product managers can effectively leverage ...
<p>Sustainable design is entering a new phase as it moves from environmental activism to an approach based around a range of improved business processes that make a difference. Learn how designers can be leading participants in this shift by being aware of all of the concerns of the entire business.</p>

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<p>How can design play a role in helping overcome the challenges presented by television's new technologies and new business models?</p>

<p>As a follow-up to our recent two-part conversation with Intel's Brian David Johnson, Roman Gephard of LUNAR Europe and John Edson explore how design will play a ...
<p>TV has been in a constant state of change in recent years, but the home invasion of VCRs and DVDs pales in comparison to the rate of change today. As ever-increasing options are available to consumers, how should companies decide what to design and build next?</p>

<p>In Part 2, Intel’s Brian David ...
<p>TV has been in a constant state of change in recent years, but the home invasion of VCRs and DVDs pales in comparison to the rate of change today. As ever-increasing options are available to consumers, how should companies decide what to design and build next?</p>

<p>Part 1: Intel’s Brian David ...
<p>In this new era of health care reform and rapidly advancing medical technology, how do devices—from band aids to robotic surgical equipment—get developed? Compared to consumer products, medical equipment development happens in a complex environment involving doctors, patients, insurance companies ...
LUNAR’s crack team of engineers dismantle an iPad and turn a critical eye toward the engineering principles used in this revolutionary new device. Did Apple’s product designers throw out the rule book or did they follow generally accepted engineering principles?
LUNAR’s crack team of engineers dismantle an iPad and turn a critical eye toward the engineering principles used in this revolutionary new device. Did Apple’s product designers throw out the rule book or did they follow generally accepted engineering principles?
How can a Do It Yourself spirit promote innovation in design? What does the DIY movement mean for consumers? John Edson and members of the LUNAR team reflect on DIY Design after attending IDSA's 2010 international conference.
LUNAR's John Edson shares news about "Thought for Food," a contest for students attending the IDSA national conference. www-icon-o-cast.com
Ron Goldin, senior interaction designer at LUNAR, talked about Truly Invisible Interfaces at the 2010 South by Southwest Conference. He's produced this online recap of his talk which includes history, insights and great examples of touchless interfaces in entertainment, gaming, medical, urban planning, ...
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