Earlier last month, one of my friends, Lingfeng, an NUS graduated engineer approached me with several of his projects that need my help. At first he told me about his smart parking system which has already won Hackathon prizes before (which I will write separately about). And this time round he hoped that I could join the team for another Hackathon, Climate Innovation Challenge, which aims to promote innovative, cost-effective green solutions that safeguard our environment.
To align with that, our project was to propose an energy self-sufficient building. The concept of the project was to innovate a new way when we build the foundation piles of the buildings, and using the temperature difference between the core soil (20-40 metres deep) and the hot air reflected on the surface to generate power that’s enough to sustain the whole building.
Adobe Symposium 2016 in Singapore happened on Thursday, the 28th of July. As a part of Adobe’s enterprise customer and loyal individual user of more than 10 years, I attended the event to find out what they have to offer in terms of new technologies, features and solutions. I felt overall it’s an inspiring event with the latest product and technology demos and interesting topics and trends.
Digital Marketing nowadays is nothing but putting your customer and your audience at the centre of everything you do. As a customer, the request is simple and powerful “Assure me, know me, empower me and delight me”. With that, companies should use technologies available to deliver that customized unique experiences to the customers.
On January 28, I had the pleasure to attend Adobe Advantage Forum Singapore as my first event of 2016. I find the event rather worthwhile because it provides not only the latest technologies and functionalities that Adobe Products offer, but also it sparks creativity and conversations around latest trends of the user experiences as well as design. Continue reading →