While still under the influence of our latest project, we decided to share some thoughts with you. As you know by now, we normally keep ourselves busy with concept creation, development, and implementation of digital tools. But this story is a little different. For the Technische Universität Berlin, we adapted our client workshop methodology to explore the potentials of digitalization for city development together with international students of the Master Course in Urban Management.
Here at Lucid. Blog, we frequently discuss the stories behind our apps; the interesting way they came to exist, and the equally interesting organizations responsible for their content. We discuss how we are proud of our unique ability as a company to specialize in the intricate and often sensitive material brought to focus in these apps, and how we will continue to develop our expertise concerning these important issues.
In a time being coined the “Information Age”, it is difficult to deny we are living in a world shaped by technology. Positive technological advancements in medicine, protection, and information dissemination are changing the way we live, work, and play on daily basis.
In today’s smartphone driven society, it is hard to believe that less than eight years ago Apple launched its now legendary App Store with only 500 available apps for download. Some of the trailblazing apps included: Super Monkey Ball, the first app to make use of the iPhone’s tilt controls, Enigmo, a physics-based puzzle game, and Ebay in all its mobile shopping glory.
A few months ago we contributed an article to online publication webmagazin.de entitled “How Digital Tools are being used for Global Change”. In this article, we highlighted examples of the Lucid media solutions providing greater access and understanding to some of today’s most challenging global issues.