Category: Trends Watch
Centered on Kaohsiung, the 2022 Taiwan Design Expo is a Showcase of Taiwan’s Designs!
Six million individuals(visitors) gathered at Kaohsiung to celebrate the record-breaking Taiwan Design Expo, which was the largest ever and attended by the most designers to date.
“2021 Taiwan Design Expo” debuted in Chiayi!
For the latest news on the Taiwan Design Expo, visit:
Official Website: www.designexpo.org.tw/en
Perspective: A Discourse about DIT
The publication of Perspective: Why DIT Matters provides a chance to review Taiwan’s design trends and highlights, as well as to forecast its advantages and prospects.
Winning Design Trends in the Golden Pin Design Award and Golden Pin Concept Design Award 2019
Among this year’s award winners, the jury identified a number of winning design trends, which credits the awards’ role in championing the most advanced and innovative designs of the year.
Why “Undefined”? An interview with Hom Liou, the curator for the 2019 Young Designers’ Exhibition
This year, for the first time ever, a curator is taking the reins in organizing the 2019 Young Designers’ Exhibition — and he is going to be making some significant changes.
Trends in huaren design: Golden Pin Design Award & Golden Pin Concept Design Award 2018
The Best Design winners were announced at the Grand Ceremony on November 29. Among the winning designs, this year’s jury found trends in social design, green design, and artificial intelligence, among others.
A Myriad of Creative Excellence in the Golden Pin Design Award 2018
Read on to learn about seven of the winning designs and concepts, dissected in more detail, diving into each designer’s background and the creative journeys behind their winning work.
Kashiwa Sato Praises “Not Just Library 2018 Admission Ticket” from Mistroom
Mistroom, a studio known for its smoothly textured book covers, has won several awards in book design in the past. Their entry, “Not Just Library 2018 Admission Ticket”, also won glowing praise from well-known Japanese designer Kashiwa Sato.
Future Survival: Circular Design
With economies of scale plundering limited resources and the global trends on environmental policies, it is foreseeable that the cost of extracting raw materials will be greater than that of using renewable resources. To keep business for long term success, designers or manufacturers should be involved in circular design as early as possible, as it is unavoidable yet crucial.
Are You In-Circled? Join In Before Getting Outdated!
Based on this sagacious industrial model, the current exhibition “Circular Design – Are You In-Circled?” outlines the globally trendiest pioneering circular design.