Red Light Holland Names Internationally Renowned & Award-Winning Designer Karim Rashid as Head of Design

(MENAFN – Newsfile Corp) Red Light Holland Names Internationally Renowned & Award-Winning Designer Karim Rashid as Head of Design

Toronto, Ontario–(Newsfile Corp. – December 3, 2020) – [To enable links contact MENAFN] Red Light Holland Corp. (CSE: TRIP) (FSE: 4YX) (OTC: TRUFF) (“[To enable links contact MENAFN] Red Light Holland” or the “Company”) is pleased to name Karim Rashid – Head of Design, for the design and development of the Wisdom Truffle companion. Karim Rashid who has 1.1 million Facebook followers, 210,000 Instagram followers and 29,000 Twitter Followers, has been described by Time Magazine as the “most famous industrial designer in all the Americas”.

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“We are thrilled to name world-renowned designer Karim Rashid, Head of Design at Red Light Holland. While focusing on our core business in the

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AudioGO Self-serve Audio Advertising Platform Now Features In-app Banner Design Using Canva

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Today, AudioGO, the self-serve digital audio ad buying service from AdsWizz, announced an integration with Canva, the world’s fastest growing design platform. The integration enables AudioGO advertisers to easily create display ads with Canva’s graphic design platform during campaign setup, enabling anyone to complement their audio ad campaigns with professional-looking banner ads. In addition, if an advertiser does not have an audio ad, AudioGO will create one for them in under a day.

The new Canva integration comes on the heels of new behavioral targeting capability added earlier this month, making it easier than ever for audio advertisers to connect and engage with the right audiences.

“Our mantra is to make AudioGO easy to use for anyone looking to run audio campaigns of any size,” said AdsWizz CEO Alexis van de Wyer. “Our integration with Canva gives

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7 Ways To Reduce Anxiety In The Home Through Design

Your physical environment plays a major role in your mood and mental well-being. Having a space that reduces anxiety is especially important as we continue to work from home as we approach the end of a turbulent 2020. Now, more than ever, architects and designers are called on to design spaces that allow people to thrive. 

Here are seven suggestions from members of the design community for a home that keeps you healthy and makes you happy.

1.  Embrace Natural Colors And Textures

“Softer neutrals with hints of color bring calm into an environment. Woods, stone, natural fibers enliven the senses,” says Suzanne Tick, Creative Director at Luum Textiles. “Tactility plays an important role as well – we all want softness – but a feeling of safety and cleanability, not sterility, is also important. Natural

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Blue Pearl Software and Japan’s CM Engineering Collaborate to Improve FPGA/SoC Design Quality

Blue Pearl Software Inc., announced that it is collaborating with Japan’s CM Engineering Co. Ltd. to help Japanese companies looking to improve the quality and reliability of their FPGAs and SoCs.

SANTA CLARA, Calif. (PRWEB) December 03, 2020

Blue Pearl Software Inc., today announced that it is collaborating with Japan’s CM Engineering Co. Ltd., a wireless communication, FPGA/SoC design and verification services company, to help local Japanese companies looking to improve the quality and reliability of their FPGAs and SoCs. The collaboration includes a free Clock Domain Crossing (CDC) trial service from CM Engineering, featuring CDC analysis with Blue Pearl Software’s Visual Verification Suite™.

With the CDC trial service, CM Engineering will perform a no-cost CDC analysis using the Visual Verification Suite’s CDC analysis solution for companies who register and provide the appropriate design information. As part of the trial service, CM Engineering will deliver the CDC result summary report

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China aims to shake US grip on chip design tools

Veteran engineers and high-level executives are leaving top US chip design toolmakers for Chinese rivals as Beijing seeks to break America’s near monopoly on this key segment of the semiconductor industry.

Three Chinese start-ups established since September last year were founded by or have hired executives and engineers from Synopsys and Cadence Design Systems of the US, the world’s two biggest makers of electronic design automation (EDA) tools, as such software is known.

The start-ups include Nanjing-based X-Epic, Shanghai Hejian Industrial Software and Hefei-based Advanced Manufacturing EDA Co, or Amedac, in which Synopsys owns a stake.

The push to recruit US chip tool talent comes as Washington’s crackdown on Huawei Technologies exposes key weaknesses in China’s chipmaking ecosystem, including in EDA tools, which are used to design integrated circuits, printed circuit boards and other electronic systems.

The US has long dominated the segment, with Synopsys, Cadence, Mentor Graphics and Ansys

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SSIR Guide to Design Thinking, 10 Years Later

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Ten years ago, SSIR published a seminal article on using design thinking in social innovation. The concepts it outlined went on to become a major component of strategic changemaking by civil society organizations. Over the past decade, SSIR has published dozens of pieces exploring specific and varied applications of the approach. After a decade, the authors of the original piece and SSIR‘s editors decided it was time for an update. How have design thinking’s principles and practices changed? Jocelyn Wyatt, Tim Brown and Shauna Carey write:

Over the past decade, this design-led approach to social innovation has gone from a relatively nascent practice championed by a few organizations to a rich ecosystem of practitioners, academics, and adopters around the world. At, we’ve had the opportunity to use design to address a vast array of challenges—from working with mobile-network operators in South Asia and East Africa

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Formula 1: Pirelli to continue with plans for new 2021 tyre design despite driver criticism

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Drivers were critical of the 2021 Pirelli tyre design after Friday’s practice sessions in Bahrain

Pirelli says it will press ahead with plans to introduce a new tyre design for 2021, despite criticism from Formula 1 drivers.

Mario Isola, Pirelli’s motorsport boss, told BBC Sport introducing the tyre was “the right decision” for next season.

Drivers complained the new tyres were slower, heavier and had worse handling than the 2020 tyres after testing them in practice at the Bahrain Grand Prix.

Isola said they were needed to reduce the risk of stress-induced failures.

A number of drivers have suffered tyre failures in races this year.

Some have been traced to external factors, while others have been caused by the extreme loads generated by F1 cars, particularly the incident in which world champion Lewis Hamilton finished the British Grand Prix on three wheels after a front tyre collapsed on the final

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Clayco Launches Design and Engineering Subsidiary to Provide Turnkey Industrial Project Delivery

Clayco Design & Engineering further integrates design-build services to manufacturing, process, food, and beverage projects.

CHICAGO (PRWEB) December 03, 2020

Clayco, a national leader in design, construction and commercial real estate, announced today the launch of Clayco Design & Engineering, the company’s newest business. This addition will enhance Clayco’s stong integrated design-build service offering and diversify the organization’s capabilities in delivery methods of manufacturing, process, food, and beverage plants.

“Each evolution in Clayco’s history has been a byproduct of carefully listening to our clients and crafting a solution to meet their greatest business needs,” said Anthony Johnson, President of Clayco’s Industrial Business Unit. “Our industrial customers are searching for innovative ways to get their products manufactured safer, faster, and more cost effectively. Clayco Design & Engineering is our personalized response to meet that specific need.”

Based in St. Louis, Clayco Design & Engineering is led by David Mills, a former

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IQST – iQSTEL and ALYI Meet Face Mask to Face Mask Today in Dallas at ReVolt Electric Motorcycle Design Lab

NEW YORK, Dec. 3, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — iQSTEL, Inc. (USOTC: IQST), an international telecommunication, technology and fintech service provider, and Alternet Systems, Inc. (USOTC: ALYI), an electric vehicle (EV) innovator, meet today to advance a previously announced joint design program to codevelop two-way device communication solutions specific to the EV operating environment. Today, the two companies are meeting face to face in Dallas, in the design lab of ALYI’s EV engineering partner, MODUS. The two companies have agreed in advance to specific COVID19 mitigation protocols.



IQST and ALYI recently announced a letter of intent (LOI) agreement for IQST’s Internet of Things (IoT) development team to combine efforts with ALYI’s EV engineering and design program to codevelop two-way device communication solutions specific to the EV operating environment.

ALYI’s first generation EV program includes multiple electric motorcycles. One is designed for, among other applications, utilization within the rideshare (exemplified by

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Watch our talk with Thukral and Tagra for Rado Design Week

Dezeen speaks to artists Thukral and Tagra about their upcoming design for Swiss watch brand Rado in the final live panel discussion as part of Rado Design Week. Tune in from 1:00pm London time.

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Dezeen editor-in-chief Marcus Fairs will be joined by the founders behind the art and design practice, Jiten Thukral and Sumir Tagra, to talk about a special edition of the Rado True Square watch that was teased earlier today in a video filmed by Dezeen at the duo’s studio in New Delhi.

For their design, Thukral and Tagra are creating a watch face that includes two colourful, intersecting dials that will aim to give a new perspective on telling time.

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Thukral and Tagra’s watch is in development

“Our inspiration was to feel connected with a lot more time zones and we wanted to bring something unique to the experience

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