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           TED(指technology, entertainment, design在英語中的縮寫,即技術、娛樂、設計)是美國的一家私有非盈利機構,該機構以它組織的TED大會著稱,這個會議的宗旨是“用思想的力量來改變世界”

          • TED演講 設計改變城市 創意成就舒適(1) I thought I would start with a very brief history of cities. 我覺得我得從城市的歷史簡單說起。 Settlements typically began with people clustered around a well, and the size of that settlement was roughly the distance you could walk wit
          • TED演講 設計改變城市 創意成就舒適(2) Maybe not the way people dress, but you know, the question now is, how can we have all the good things that we identify with cities without all the bad things? 人們的衣著可能不會是這樣,但要知道,現在的問題是,我們要如何對
          • TED演講 設計改變城市 創意成就舒適(3) That left the chassis unencumbered, so you can do things like fold, so you can fold this little vehicle up to occupy a tiny little footprint. 這使得底盤靈活不收阻礙,所以你可以進行底盤折疊,你可以把這輛小車折疊起來使
          • TED演講 設計改變城市 創意成就舒適(4) I mean, architects have been thinking about these ideas for a long time. What we need to do now, 我想,建筑師很長時間一直在思考這個問題,我們現在需要去做的, develop things that can scale to those 300 million Chinese people
          • TED演講 網絡設計 事關你我(1) What do you think of when I say the word design? 當我說設計這個詞的時候你會想到什么? You probably think of things like this, 你可能會想到, finely crafted objects that you can hold in your hand, 可以觸摸到的精致的物品
          • TED演講 網絡設計 事關你我(2) Now, the next thing that you need to understand is how to design with data. 另外一件你需要明白的事情就是如何在設計過程中應用數據。 Now, when you're working on products like this, 當你在設計一件這樣的產品的時候,
          • TED演講 網絡設計 事關你我(3) The next thing that you need to understand as a principle is that when you introduce change, 下一個你必須要去理解的事情是當你想要改變的時候 you need to do it extraordinarily carefully. 需要格外仔細 Now I often have joked
          • TED演講 網絡設計 事關你我(4) And we try to use one of these phones from time to time to keep in touch with their reality. 而且我們嘗試著時常使用這些手機以確保我們了解用戶的實際使用情況。 So what does it mean to design at a global scale? 所以這個
          • TED演講:在垃圾之城創造50棟建筑的彩繪(1) So when I decided to create an art piece in Manshiyat Naser, 當我決定在曼斯亞特納賽爾創建一個藝術品 the neighborhood of the Cairo garbage collectors in Egypt, 在埃及開羅附近的垃圾收集處 I never thought this project wou
          • TED演講:在垃圾之城創造50棟建筑的彩繪(2) The Zaraeeb, that's how they call themselves, which means the pig breeders, 照片上的這個人所代表的是自稱Zaraeeb的一個群體,意思是豬的飼養者 have been collecting the garbage of Cairo and sorting it in their own neighborhood
          • TED演講:在垃圾之城創造50棟建筑的彩繪(3) In every work that I create, I write messages with my style of Arabic calligraphy. 在我創作的每一樣作品中,我都用阿拉伯的書法風格寫要旨 I make sure those messages are relevant to the place where I am painting 我確保這些信
          • TED演講:在垃圾之城創造50棟建筑的彩繪(4) At the beginning of the project, I numbered all those buildings on my sketch, 項目初期,我在我的設計稿上給所有的這些建筑編了號 and there was no real interaction with the community. 但這些并沒有真正的與社區產生互動
          • TED演講:在垃圾之城創造50棟建筑的彩繪(5) So his perception towards the project changed, 此后,他對這個項目的看法發生了改變 and my perception towards the community changed also, and towards what they do. 同時,我對于這個社區的看法以及對于他們的看法也改變
          • TED演講:在垃圾之城創造50棟建筑的彩繪(6) The building number 3 was the house of Uncle Bakheet and Aunty Fareeda. 3號建筑是Bakheet叔叔和Fareeda阿姨的房子 In Egyptian, they have this expression that says, Ahsen Nas, which means the best people. 在埃及,他們有這樣一句話
          • TED演講:在垃圾之城創造50棟建筑的彩繪(7) I think I never drink as much tea as I did in Egypt. 我感覺我從來沒喝過這么多的茶 And to be honest with you, we could have finished earlier, 老實說,我們其實可以提前竣工 but I think it took us three weeks because of all th
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