The 2019 Transformation issue of Idealog is out now and explores how individuals and businesses can adapt to change when applying new technologies, products, ways of working and embarking on new ventures. It also calls out the myth of instant entrepreneurial success by saying RIP to the overnight success story. Inside, there is stories on how six women leading in New Zealand tech carved their career paths, a profile on New Zealand's next potential billion-dollar-business, how three entrepreneurs took their idea to the world through exits, investments and expansions, how the healthcare system is in for an overhaul, all the finalists from our Wool-ovation competition with the New Zealand Merino Company, how the digital world is altering human connection through sex tech, and much, much, more. Read on for a full breakdown of what to expect inside the issue.
The 2019 Creativity issue of Idealog is out now, and it's a celebration of our special brand of New Zealand creativity, as well as the power of design. The overall theme of the magazine is diversity of thought and experience leads to greater creativity, and this issue features stories on a company 3D printing breast prosthetics for cancer survivors, an exploration of mental health within the creative industries, what constitutes good UX design, interviews with people responsible for Auckland city's metamorphosis, a look at the different initiatives promoting diversity in design, and much, much more. In the spirit of gratuitous self-promotion, read on for a full breakdown of what you can expect in the latest issue.
The 2018 Technology issue of Idealog is out now, and is worth getting your hands on to experience some seriously awesome tech. This issue features a cover illustration by talented 3D motion graphic artist Guangyu Li, as well as an AR cover created by Staples VR, a profile of education disruptor Claire Amos, interviews with Titanic and Avatar director James Cameron and Rocket Lab founder Peter Beck about deep sea and space exploration, a Q&A with Google Empathy Lab founder Danielle Krettek on how it's time for technology to find its EQ and with ex-Wired editor Scott Dadich and Patrick Godfrey about making design inclusive for the masses, a look at the New Zealand companies hacking humanity and altering life as we know it, as well a dive into whether tech can save the te reo Maori language, the 2018 Tin Report, and much, much more. In the spirit of gratuitous self-promotion, read on for a full breakdown of what you can expect in the latest issue.
The 2018 Design issue of Idealog is out now, and it's definitely a copy you should get your hands on. This issue features a cover carving by Carin Wilson, a profile of George & Willy, log experiments by Isthmus, Daniel Kamp, ICG and Wrestler, Peter Haythornthwaite sharing his hopes and dreams for the future of New Zealand design, a discussion of Māoridom in design, a look at how New Zealand can design a better society, Idealog Urban, all the best from the 2017 Best Awards, and much, much more. In the spirit of gratuitous self-promotion, read on for a full breakdown of what you can expect in the latest issue.