Prezi: Is it the right tool for Architecture & Design?

I learned about Prezi a year or so back when WIRED magazine described it as “a PowerPoint killer.” When I looked into it myself I did think it had the potential to become a new standard presentation tool. But like any new technology it runs a risk of being misunderstood and therefore misused. Unfortunately it appears to have fallen into that category of tools that people will use because they think it looks cool and they want to look cutting edge, rather than because it is the right tool for the job.

If you haven’t heard of Prezi or seen one presented, the concept behind it is simple. […]

Architecture 3.0

“how technology is taking the world of design into a whole new dimension”

As part of Digital Shoreditch festival, I presented the following presentation on May 29th. If the player below doesn’t work for you, you can always view it at the prezi site.. A video of the presentation will be coming soon.

Technology has long history in the world of design and architecture. Before there was social networking, search engines and email, the architectural industry made a big step from pencil drawings on velum to the digitized world of CAD drawings. Now 30 years later […]