Sunday, July 16, 2017

What the future of design will look like


This week I am looking at the future of design and trends we need to consider now.



In particular I will be looking at the design of homes and offices.

Homes
If one looks at society today one could easily forecast that the homes of tomorrow will be designed with a focus on smart homes and even a home that conserves energies.  This is especially important in South Africa.
Another focus to look at is how social media could be integrated into a home.  Each family member could easily have their own social media feeds scrolling along their wall.  One could easily see what is trending when you wake up by just looking at smart walls or even windows that double as screens.
For the Kitchen a smart wall could show shopping lists and what the fridge could show what items are running low.
The lounge and TVarea could be transformed into places where walls are transformed  into huge TV displays along with Trending discussions about the movie or TV series you are currently watching.
Smart messages could display on walls to remind you to save electricity in the home.

Offices
A business office is normally a place where many things are happening all at once.  Added to that you have many people working in this environment and it is very easy to imagine offices where your emails or company social media posts are displayed on smart desks or smart walls. 
The office could also be wired to make sure the company is saving on energy.  Business tasks and goals could also be displayed on smart walls along with project tasks and trending topics that relate to the company.
Windows could also be transformed into smart devices and tables could easily change into charging stations for mobile devices, tablets and laptops.
It is easy to see that the future of design looks amazing and using the trends of today one could easily transform the future of tomorrow into a wonderful place to live and work.

“This blog post is a part of Design BloggerCompetition organized by CGTrader



This edition by Fred Felton | Social Media Specialist | Twitter @fredfelton 

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