June 18, 2017 - Comments Off on How can design help improve cities?

How can design help improve cities?

dongA_daylight copyDaylight partner 인 김 다니엘대표가 어제 서울 사회문제해결 디자인 포럼에서 디자인으로 사회문제를 해결하는 방법에 대해 KAIST 배상민 교수님, SAP Christopher Han 센터장님, Livity의 Gillian Jackson 디렉터님, 서울시 변서영 디자인과장님과 함께 하는 토론을 주재했습니다. 토론에 앞서 진행한 해외연사 Ezio Manzini 교수님과 Jackson 디렉터님, 그리고 박원순 서울시장님과의 간담회 내용이 담긴 동아일보 기사내용입니다.

Daylight partner Daniel Kim just hosted a design for social impact discussion with the Mayor of Seoul at the city's recent design forum! From converting empty lots to community gardens to improving signage and streetlights, check out this article on the event and how design can be used as a force for social change.

January 14, 2017 - Comments Off on Kid Power on TIME’s best inventions of 2016

Kid Power on TIME’s best inventions of 2016



We're thrilled that our partnership with UNICEF on the Kid Power project found mention (amongst some great company!) in TIME's list of the "25 Best Inventions of 2016 - making the world better, smarter and—in some cases—a little more fun."

Find out more about the project here.

November 11, 2016 - Comments Off on A roundup of amazing design agencies

A roundup of amazing design agencies



We're stoked to be included (and amongst great company!) in this roundup of amazing design agencies.

"Hire them if you’re on a social good mission and need help arriving at a human-centric solution, and want to further develop your brand."

"Work there if you want to design with incredible design thinkers and researchers to create out-of-the-box solutions to social problems."

September 28, 2016 - Comments Off on UI of Self-Driving Cars

UI of Self-Driving Cars


Pascal Soboll, the director of Daylight's Europe office, spoke with Adobe about his thoughts on the challenges for designing Self Driving Car experiences.

"Soboll believes that design plays a key role in overcoming the challenges currently faced in the self-driving market. “I think that UI/UX designers will need to see their job as not just designing for ease of use, but also designing for a learning curve and transition.”"

"Soboll notes that the dashboard design will be critical. “We will see the dashboard changing slowly. But we will see things like the screens growing. We will see things like the steering wheel eventually being an optional thing by maybe disappearing into the dash and only coming out when needed.” Eventually, manual controls will likely be phased out in exchange for screens that are meant to share information without needing a passenger to act on it."

We can't wait to see what the future of self driving cars would look like!