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The Hidden Cost of Touchscreens – Amber Case – Medium
Square’s point of sale system is used by both customers and employees, and it’s important that the systems look good — but processing orders and mistakes can still be made if the images look too similar to one another. I know of some coffee shops that have replaced their product images with memes or high contrast cartoon characters. It’s a cute tactic that works for both employees and customers.
interactiondesign  designresearch  via:mayonissen 
july 2018 by straup
Points | The most advanced wayfinding sign on Earth
Many nice execution details elevate this from a clever idea to a viable product. Curious to know how well these would age, though
wayfinding  urbaninformatics  via:mayonissen 
december 2014 by joshd
Invisible Boxes
Details on the sensors and other devices being added to the urban landscape, in an attempt to return some legibility to infrastructure
sensors  surveillance  urban  via:mayonissen 
september 2014 by joshd
Gowanus Canal Flora Report
Identifying, cataloging, and mapping the flora of the Gowanus Canal Area by Katie Adee
flora  newyork  gowanus  canal  water  brooklyn  via:mayonissen 
may 2014 by straup

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