Paul Baughman

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Top 10 UX Design Articles for the Past Month

We’ve observed nearly 1,300 articles posted about UX Design in July 2016 and picked the top 10 articles.<p><b>User Experience (UX)</b> design is the process of …

How Urban Design Perpetuates Racial Inequality–And What We Can Do About It

Our cities weren’t created equal. But they don’t have to stay that way.<p>Cities are complex organisms shaped by myriad forces, but their organization bears the fingerprints of planners and policy makers who have shaped them for decades. At the root of many of these practices is racism, and modern …

Urban Design

No-Churn Golden Milk Ice Cream in a Bubble Waffle Bowl

Yo, we love ice cream just as much as the next girl, but sometimes all that cream and sugar makes us feel a little queasy. So how does one guiltlessly celebrate National Ice Cream day? With golden milk, obviously. We gave this healthy drink a try, and it lived up to the hype. It’s DELICIOUS. We …

desserts

Artists are just this screwed: When capitalism markets rebellion, how does the rebel stand outside?

Dada laid the roots for real attitude and rebellion — and also for its co-optation. It also shows the way forward<p>A wordy headline in the New York Times Magazine recently caught my attention: “Distressed jeans turn punk rock’s battered bad attitude into a commodified style for those with the social …

Light makes mice forget scary memories

To test a long-standing idea about how the brain retrieves memories about specific places or events, scientists zapped mice with light to make them …

Neuroscience

Why we ‘see’ Johnny Depp instead of his stunt double

Our brain’s ability to recognize faces in changing environments helps us survive—and also explains why we don’t notice stunt doubles in movies.<p>“Our …

University of California

Make your own memories: one day you’ll be able to replace the bad ones with good ones

Science fiction fantasies such as Total Recall, Blade Runner and Eternal Sunshine could become reality<p>Be careful what you wish for. That’s what Joel, played by Jim Carrey, discovers in Charlie Kaufman’s 2004 film <i>Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind</i>, when he asks a memory-erasure company, Lacuna …