Arie van Baarle; 20+ years experience in design, branding & interaction. Founder of Limage Dangereuse, creative director of Razorfish, co-founder of Syndicat now selfemployed.
Developing adaptive brands and helping brands to interact with their stakeholders.
Focussing on all aspects of interaction: Human-Brand interaction (brand development, service design and digital strategy), Human-Machine interaction (website and brand-app concepts/design) and Human-Human interaction (social media strategy and concepts).
Digital strategy, concept development, human centered design, interaction concepts, service design, experience branding, social media- and experience design.
With Google announcing the launch of Voice Search for desktop, they couldn’t help thinking that there was even more fun to be had with talking to a computer. So, they went ahead and built an open source dev board to inspire people to build their own useful and wacky contraptions to take Voice Search to another level.
Square’s gone after the clunky old cash register. Now Google’s trying to reinvent how we pay for even more things. It’s just revealed Wallet, the first big-name, large scale rollout of NFC wireless wave-and-pay next generation credit cards.
Viewdle sits between the camera and the user analysing faces in the camera stream, identifying them, then offering links to Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn, and other social media platforms. A user can identify and tag people in pictures & videos then pass the information to their social networks. As they tag others the software learns to recognize them, and can even share these new visual profiles with other users. The live view also offers an augmented reality tagging overlay that reveals information about the people around you.