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Just because you say a design is inspired by nature doesn’t mean it’s true

Michael Phelps of the United States (above) and Eamon Sullivan of Australia (below) at the start of the 4×100 relay event at the 2008 Summer Olympics, Beijing. Both are wearing LZR Racer swimsuits. Photo from Wikipedia.
Cartilaginous fishes, like this tiger shark, have dermal denticles, or placoid scales. Photo from Wikipedia.

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A publication for designers, developers and data nerds - from the aspiring to the expert, and anywhere in between. Content created and curated by Fjord, part of Accenture Interactive.

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Skipper Chong Warson

Skipper Chong Warson

Design director at SoftServe, host of How This Works, coach. Formerly at thoughtbot SF, Fjord NYC, Shep (acquired) and PBS FRONTLINE among others.

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