We’ve known it all along. Our corporate hometown Cincinnati is a great place to work and live. Now in a CityLab article from The Atlantic, our fair hub is recognized as an epicenter for commercial
Intelligent Technology, The Rise of Brains to Accompany Computing Brawn?
Trends in high-tech, healthcare and consumer goods are converging at an ever increasing rate. Kaleidoscope Design Fellow Larry Barbera keeps his fingers on the pulse of
Research and Insights Director Chris Hammond shares insights into creative leadership in our monthly Creative Leadership Series:
Simon Sinek describes the four emotion chemicals that our brains as humans release: endorphins, dopamine, serotonin and oxytocin.
Of these, the
As a design and innovation firm, we know the importance of an intuitive website that engages our audience. That’s why we decided to refresh our own website. We added a more visually pleasing Work
The IxD team at Kaleidoscope is proud to be part of Nom Nom Nation’s ambitious and much needed goal of feeding the hungry, both in Cincinnati and nationwide. Designing an app gave us a
I spent 20 years with Johnson & Johnson doing early stage medical device development in a variety of roles. Over that time, I had the opportunity to work with a number of different design