OK, we can finally stop talking about the solar eclipse. We may be approaching the end of the summer, but there is still plenty of fun and travel to be had. LG is adding to that by putting together a dishwasher-themed water park for NYC residents to enjoy. If you're looking to travel but don't place much trust in the sharing economy, Overnight is a service that it trying to restore that trust, particularly to help solo female travelers. Finally, and on a more sentimental note, Pantone has dedicated and renamed a shade of purple just for Prince. Until tomorrow!
-Andrew Vaterlaus-Staby, Editorial Director
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PSFK's Future of Health report explores how a new generation of medical practitioners are using machine learning, heightened sensor sensitivity and networked data systems to grow the industry's ability to not only gather, but also to interpret data in real time and at scale. Digital health tools are gaining consumer, organizational and regulatory trust as their outputs become more accurate and actionable for medical practices. Today's living, continuous data streams can inform a more refined and holistic view of each individual along his or her ongoing health journey. Published: August 2017
This PSFK research paper provides a snapshot of how companies are applying neuroscience and other data gathering techniques to better understand their customers' behaviors and needs and effectively integrating these insights into the design process. Companies are employing neuroscientists and using their knowledge of human behaviors and/or directly measuring individuals' responses to specific stimulus to influence design decisions.
What to do when it’s summer in the concrete jungle? Set up a giant, dishwasher-themed inflatable water park to help all the city slickers cool down. Thanks to LG’s Quadwash Water Park, you’ll soon be able to do exactly that in NYC. Great news for Prince fans out there—Pantone has released a brand new color, dubbed Love Symbol #2, to recognize the pop icon contributions to music, art, fashion and culture. You’ll soon have “no texting while driving” ingrained in your mind with Toyota’s new app that plays your parents' music if you reach for your phone! Enjoy the rest of your week.
- Emily Wasik, Site Editor
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This PSFK research paper gives an overview of how customer loyalty programs are evolving to better meet customer behavior and priorities. The paper provides related insight and examples that exhibit the transition of loyalty programs from being purely transactional and points-based toward experiential, social and mobile platforms and reward options.