It’s hard to believe the first quarter of 2015 is history. Industry stats consistently point out the experience gap that exists between consumers and brands. For some time consumers have been outpacing brands on just about every front. 131 more words
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Another day at the Renaissance Faire and I am again struck by an interesting observation. While Renaissance Faires are usually thought of as fun for children who like dragons and younger adults who like wearing costumes and drinking ale, I have noticed a number of people at the faire in wheelchairs and motorized scooters. 224 more words
The shake weight, P90X, Crossfit, spin class, Zumba, Aerobics….
One thing is for certain. Fitness fads come and fitness fads go. Some are revolutionary and some are just plain stupid. 347 more words
Justin Spinney is lecturer in human geography at the University of Cardiff. In this interview, which we conducted over email, he reflects on his work on mobilities and transport, his application of ethnography in relation to design research and the groups and communities he would like to be able to engage with more through his work. 939 more words