October, 2022

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Wood Paneling: 2023 Great Design Trends For Walls and Ceilings

Elmwood Timber

Wood paneling has officially made a comeback! When creating accent walls with durable, high-quality wall coverings, many people choose to use wall paneling in their homes, business or office space. Wall paneling creates elegant, rich warm additions to any space and can be used for a range of design ideas. Whether you choose a wood filled with character or something with a more consistent finish, wood panels can really enhance your interior design.

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How To Master The Literal Art Of Workspace Design

All Work

After long stints of working from home, people have come to expect both functionality and comfort from their office environments. . Office art curation is becoming a more inclusive, collaborative experience that brings more creativity into office environments — in turn creating a positive workplace culture. Allwork.Space caught up with art studio Acrylicize’s Managing Director Paul Arad to learn how employers can use art to attract talent and ultimately make their employees happy. .

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10 Ways to Do Restaurant Design for Social Media

Mindful Design

In the last decade, a new reality gradually became clear: Restaurant designers have to re-evaluate the way they create their interiors, and pay attention to their appeal to social media users. With a large number of customers choosing dining venues based on their online presence, and with the constant hunt for the next best Instagram […]. The post 10 Ways to Do Restaurant Design for Social Media appeared first on Mindful Design Consulting.

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starbucks sets up shop in a century-old timber hanok in south korea

Design Boom

starbucks' new location invites visitors to experience a traditional 'hanok' house, combining the old and new. The post starbucks sets up shop in a century-old timber hanok in south korea appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

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Turn Payments Into Personalization: Unlock the Value of Transaction Data

Speaker: David Nisbet, Everett Zufelt, and Michaela Weber

Once upon a time, in the vast realm of online commerce, there lived a humble checkout button overlooked by many. Yet, within its humble click lay the power to transform a mere visitor into a loyal customer. 🧐 💡 Getting checkout right can mark the difference between a successful sale and an abandoned cart, yet many businesses fail to make payments a part of their commerce strategy even when it has a direct impact on revenue.

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Five leadership tips from entrepreneurs

Inside Retail

It can be easy to compare ourselves with others seemingly ten steps ahead in business, or to make the mistake of believing success came quickly or easily. In fact, many entrepreneurs will spend years learning from mistakes before solidifying and successfully executing a winning idea. What we don’t always see are the day-to-day steps of consistently working at an idea and on personal development to achieve said success.

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Season’s Feastings Selfridges Reveal 2022 Christmas Windows

Retail Focus

Season’s Feastings invites customers to celebrate the power of food to bring us together this festive season. Launching across Selfridges’ four stores and on selfridges.com , Selfridges will offer customers serving suggestions for setting up, dressing up, gift giving and merrymaking, as we look forward to coming together with friends and family to enjoy cherished Christmas rituals.

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Design co-op Calverts overhauls white remembrance poppy with eco-friendly design

Design Week

The white remembrance poppy, created as a pacifist alternative to the red poppy, has been redesigned by print and design co-operative Calverts for pacifist campaigning organisation Peace Pledge Union (PPU). The white poppy was first introduced as a symbol of remembrance and peace in 1933 by members of the Co-operative Women’s Guild. It is intended to remember both civilian and military casualties.

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Inflation + Customer/Vendor Contracts = Bankruptcy?

Hunton Andrews Kurth

Over the last two years, courtesy of a once-a-century pandemic, government-mandated business closures, nationwide stay-at-home orders, and—unprecedented—disruptions to the global supply chain have illuminated, previously unknown, vulnerabilities across a whole host of industries. Would anyone have seriously questioned the viability of office space two years ago?

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construction begins on OMA’s transparent ‘harajuku quest’ mall in tokyo

Design Boom

the shopping center by OMA is undergoing a sweeping makeover that sees it as a new landmark for the area. The post construction begins on OMA’s transparent ‘harajuku quest’ mall in tokyo appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

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Queen Victoria Market to ban sale of inauthentic Indigenous products

Inside Retail

Melbourne’s Queen Victoria Market has cracked down on the sale of inauthentic Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander souvenir products, ahead of new laws which come into force next year. In August, the Productivity Commission found two in every three Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander-style souvenirs sold in Australia are inauthentic, with no connection to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

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Get MACH Ready: Preparing Your Business for Digital Transformation

Adopting MACH technology means more than implementing new platforms. This type of digital change affects your organization at every level and requires a thoughtful approach to navigate challenges that crop up. The Get MACH Ready report, co-authored by MACH Alliance member Scott Canney in collaboration with Orium, commercetools, and Contentstack, will provide you with strategies to prepare your organization for a digital transformation.

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Revisited: Microsoft Experience Centre, Regents Street, London

Retail Focus

As part of our Revisited series, Retail Focus took a journey to the Microsoft Flagship in London. Located in a prime location on the junction of Regent Street and Oxford Street, the store originally opened to the public on July 11th 2019. Covering 22,000 square feet over three floors, the store has a modern feel, with lots of space, wood finishes and glass surfaces.

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Your guide to the 10 best design museums in Milan and around

Design Wanted

DesignWanted collaborated with MuseoCity to create a guide featuring the 10 best design museums in Milan and around that showcase design all year like you’ve never […]. The post Your guide to the 10 best design museums in Milan and around appeared first on DesignWanted.

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“Dyslexia legibility and designer usability”: Daniel Brokstad’s new typeface

Design Week

Norwegian graphic designer and illustrator Daniel Brokstad has created a new dyslexia-friendly typeface called Inconstant Regular, which aims to “strike a balance between dyslexia legibility and designer usability” The typeface has launched today as part of Innocean Berlin and Dyslexia Scotland’s There’s Nothing Comic About Dyslexia campaign.

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FTC Exploring Rule to Crack Down on Deceptive and Fake Consumer Reviews

Hunton Andrews Kurth

The Federal Trade Commission published an Advanced Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (ANPR) on October 20 seeking public comment on a potential regulation aimed at curbing deceptive consumer reviews and endorsements. In its announcement , the FTC highlighted the prevalence of false and misleading reviews online and the harms they cause consumers and competitors.

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Brick & Mortar Retail Relevance: How to Stay Ahead of the Curve

Speaker: Jay Black, Senior Account Executive

Let's set the record straight: in-store retail isn't dead - it's evolving! Faced with the digital age and the demands of omnichannel shopping, some retailers are thriving while others are struggling to adapt. Join Jay Black in this exclusive session as he explores the strategies that set successful stores apart, including: Crafting unique and unforgettable in-store experiences 🛍️ Mastering the art of retail demands 🛒 Navigating inventory challenges in today's climate 📦 an

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studio HAS crafts casa de zanotta interiors as a minimalist ‘stone forest’

Design Boom

a softly lit maze of columns invites visitors to meander among the 'stone forest' and discover spaces like meadows. The post studio HAS crafts casa de zanotta interiors as a minimalist ‘stone forest’ appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

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What’s the future of omnichannel retail?

Inside Retail

The year is 2030. It’s been a decade since the pandemic, and the world has moved on. Society has adapted and we’ve empowered ourselves economically, professionally and with technology. Things are looking bright (and maybe there’s not a mask in sight). We’ve innovated, tested, learnt, and reflected – and ultimately concluded that the future is human.

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Carnaby announces Christmas installation in collaboration with Choose Love

Retail Focus

Carnaby is world famous for its iconic Christmas installations and this year Carnaby welcomes the world with an immersive display which will be illuminated from Thursday 3rd November. Since 1997 Carnaby has brought joy to Christmas shoppers with inventive and magical lights. The streets have seen a variety of themes including an underwater seascape , colourful r ainbows , oversized fairy lights , giant snowmen , 60s in?

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Buster + Punch – the home fashion label disrupting the design world

Design Wanted

Synonymous with industrial style, Buster + Punch has made a name for itself crafting a wide range of home and lifestyle designs with a distinct edgy […]. The post Buster + Punch – the home fashion label disrupting the design world appeared first on DesignWanted.

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Industry Shake-Up: 2023 Commerce Trends To Rock Your World

Speaker: Ashlee Aldridge - Reach Partners LLC | Bill Mirabito - Chameleon Collective | Ronak Shah - PSA Retail & CPG, Amazon Web Services | Wayne Teigen - Pivotree

What trends can online merchants expect after more than two years of exponential growth? Companies must expand on the trends that exploded during the pandemic if they want to see continued growth in their businesses while facing a recessionary economy. From social commerce to BOPIS, the name of the game is to meet and sell to customers wherever they are, through multiple channels.

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“A question of efficiency”: the design of symbols over the centuries

Design Week

“The notion of symbolism is amazing because you can embody meaning in the simplest of things,” says Colin Salter, author of the recently published 100 Symbols that Changed the World. His latest book delves into the origins and stories behind symbols that have played an important role in human culture and every-day life. Ranging from 18,000 BCE to 2020, Salter seeks to explain the creation of.

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NYDFS Fines EyeMed $4.5 Million for Cybersecurity Violations

Hunton Andrews Kurth

On October 18, 2022, the New York State Department of Financial Services (“NYDFS”) announced that EyeMed Vision Care LLC (“EyeMed”) agreed to a $4.5 million settlement for violations of the Cybersecurity Regulation (23 NYCRR Part 500) that contributed to the exposure of hundreds of thousands of consumers’ health data in connection with a cybersecurity event in 2020.

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puffy, white pillows carpet AMO’s shop-in-shop boutique for jacquemus in paris

Design Boom

the second boutique and retail design of AMO/OMA for french label jacquemus is now open at galeries lafayette in paris. The post puffy, white pillows carpet AMO’s shop-in-shop boutique for jacquemus in paris appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

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Lekker Bikes makes its Brisbane debut

Inside Retail

Dutch urban e-bike brand Lekker has opened its first flagship at the Albion Fine Trades precinct in Brisbane CBD. Found by Meindert Wolfraad in 2009, the company sells a range of premium electric bikes to urban commuters. The new store is stocked with Lekker’s full portfolio of bikes which comprises two core ranges: the Amsterdam e-bike range which is a sporty yet lightweight electric bike and the Jordaan range which is a modern take on classic Dutch bikes.

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Sustainability at Retail

Sustainability impacts every nation, company, and person around the world. So much so that, in 2015, the United Nations (UN) issued a call for action by all countries to work toward sustainable development. In response to this and as part of a global Sustainability at Retail initiative, Shop! worked collaboratively with its global affiliates to address these critical issues in this white paper.

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Vispring opens first stand-alone flagship store in London

Retail Focus

Vispring, recipients of the prestigious Queen’s Awards for Enterprise and luxury bedmakers since 1901, is opening the doors to the brand’s first flagship showroom. Located on Regent Street St James’s in the heart of London, Vispring’s new London flagship will display the brand’s world-renowned product portfolio as well as providing secluded areas for customers to test the products, with a sleep expert on hand, so they can be assured they can select the perfect bed to meet their requirements.

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5 digital artists and designers you need to follow on Instagram

Design Wanted

Since the beginning of the digital age and with the rise of the metaverse today – the lines demarcating art have become increasingly blurred leading creatives […]. The post 5 digital artists and designers you need to follow on Instagram appeared first on DesignWanted.

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Oil rig repurposed as visitor attraction on Weston-super-Mare shoreline

Design Week

Newsubstance has led experimental project Seemonster, which saw a decommissioned oil rig turned into an installation to encourage reuse. Seemonster is one of ten central-government-funded projects commissioned as part of Unboxed festival. The festival aims to champion experiments within creativity across the UK and encourage the collaboration of cross-sector teams, from the creative industries to.

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Snarkitecture uses recycled materials for Pharrell Williams' streetwear brand store in Miami

Dezeen

New York design studio Snarkitecture has designed a flagship store for the streetwear clothing brand Billionaire Boys Club, created by American musician Pharrell Williams and Japanese graphic designer Nigo. Located in a former warehouse on a corner in Miami 's Wynwood neighbourhood, the store is a flagship for Billionaire Boys Club (BBC) , which was founded in 2003 and includes sub-brands Icecream, Bee Line and Billionaire Girls Club.

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Forrester Report: Demystifying The Technical Functions of POS Solutions

Understanding the intricate world of Point-of-Sale (POS) technology is a common challenge for tech buyers. When it comes to defining the functions of Point-of-Sale systems, the communications have yet to be standardized–—until now. Forrester’s new report, Demystifying The Technical Functions of POS Solutions, breaks through the noise and provides business leaders with the information and tools they need to evaluate the features of POS systems.

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yuji tanabe completes capsule toy shop in japan with mirror optical illusion

Design Boom

65 capsule toy machines are infinitely reflected on the two mirrors facing each other inside the compact space. The post yuji tanabe completes capsule toy shop in japan with mirror optical illusion appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

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High tech meets high fashion: Balmain launches NFT-based loyalty program

Inside Retail

French luxury fashion house Balmain has launched a non-fungible token (NFT) based membership program, The Balmain Thread, in partnership with MintNFT. Launched during Paris Fashion Week, it’s a reimagined loyalty and rewards program powered by Web3 technology and designed to be a seamless experience across physical and digital environments. . The program realises Balmain’s creative director Olivier Rousteing’s vision of creating one unbroken story that will continue into the future.

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Battersea Power Station opens its doors to the public for the first time in history today

Retail Focus

Nearly forty years after the lights were switched off at one of London’s best loved landmarks, Battersea Power Station opens today, Friday 14 th October , marking the first time the public can explore this iconic architectural masterpiece and enjoy the first of its unique shops, bars, restaurants and leisure venues. Electric Boulevard, a new pedestrianised high street, that runs between Gehry Partners’ Prospect Place and Foster + Partners’ Battersea Roof Gardens to the riverside neighbourhood’s

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Making a statement through art: 5 war-inspired designs

Design Wanted

What can art and war-inspired design do in a war situation? Can it influence the movement of tanks, stop a soldier or get a child to […]. The post Making a statement through art: 5 war-inspired designs appeared first on DesignWanted.

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How Retailers Are Transforming Customer Experiences with Data & AI

Speaker: David Azoulay, Marc Stracuzza, Román Tejada, and Guest Speaker Sucharita Kodali

Imagine a retail landscape where every interaction is personalized, every decision informed, and every opportunity maximized 🤔✨ Join us for an exploratory journey into the heart of AI-driven retail innovation. We’ll unveil the transformative potential of AI and data analytics in shaping the future of omnichannel personalization and e-commerce.