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“Sustainability is often driven by our clients’ needs,” Material Connexion’s Andrew Dent says. “And they want to make products they can be proud of.” What happens when an object can’t be recycled anymore?
Take a cue from Work & Co., the digital design agency that does work for Apple, Facebook, Google, and Nike. To Ray Sison, Post-its are the enemy of good ideas. Sison is a design director at Work & Co,
Zippers are one of those ubiquitous fasteners that come in lots of different colors, materials, and sizes, but they’re more or less the same: a straight line of interlocking teeth and a pull. Not so to
The project is part of a shift in data visualization today. Since 2015, the Google News Lab team has been working on making Google’s massive trove of Search data accessible to newsrooms—with a data viz
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Brain research reveals that the better you remember experiences, the more likely you are to get bored by them. We all reach the point when that print we hung on the wall loses its luster, or that new suddenly
The team behind the Hillary Clinton branding speak on what their experiences taught them, and how to design most effectively for social change. At an event on Wednesday put on by the New York chapter the
Oh, and it's inspired by cockroaches. This being a digital age, our lives are suffused with fonts. Just about every word we read is set in a font crafted by an artist, a team of them, or even multiple
'Encrypted Fills' is a digital street art and graffiti-focused online exhibition space. This article was originally published on December 1, 2014 but we think it still rocks! GIF-iti is a different kind
MIT's self-folding origami technology could change how we design everything from airbags to wearables
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The Swiss architect was a stickler for color, as a rare wallpaper book now up for auction shows. Henry Ford was famous for saying a customer could have any color of car she or he wanted, so long as it’s
In a recent podcast, all-star designer Michael Bierut discusses why he doesn’t stand with Apple. Because of a zany series of precedents dating back over a century, Samsung was forced to pay Apple $548
Our cities weren’t created equal. But they don’t have to stay that way. Cities are complex organisms shaped by myriad forces, but their organization bears the fingerprints of planners and policy makers