Carol Li

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9 Non-Threatening Leadership Strategies for Women

In this fast-paced business world, female leaders need to make sure they’re not perceived as pushy, aggressive or competent. One way to do that is to …

The Next Big Thing In Design? Less Choice

In the future, the design around us will sweat the small stuff, writes Huge CEO Aaron Shapiro.<p>Choice is overrated.<p>Recently, I decided to buy Monopoly to play with my son. What I was sure would be a quick decision on Amazon turned into a learning experience for both of us. Did you know there are …

Online Life

What’s Cooking?

An evening exploring the future of food with SPACE10 and guests<p>How can we transform our systems of food production and distribution—through biology, …

A Great Way to Learn About Product Design: Visit the Museum of Failures

You've already seen plenty of do's. Check out the don't's<p>In every History of Industrial Design class, you look at slide after slide of the hits, the …

Mobile UX Design: What Makes a Good Notification?

Have you ever paid attention to the number of notifications and alert messages you receive on a daily basis from various apps? How many of those …

Apps

Uber Navigation

<b>Designing for drivers</b><p>You sit in your car, listening to a light rain ping quietly down on the hood. You’ve just finished your fourth trip of the …

Snapchat is the Donald Trump of UI Design

A few days ago, I enjoyed reading Carmel DeAmicis’ article on Medium, Did Snapchat succeed because of its controversial UI? If you haven’t read that …

7 dramatic home library ideas

Yes, please<p>When you can’t visit grand libraries with stunning architecture whenever you want, the next best thing might be a spectacular display of books right at home. Indeed, for bibliophiles with a design bent, building a home library might mean ditching generic bookshelves for clever built-in …

5 Go-To Furniture Sources for Small Spaces

It's no small feat to pack all the essentials into a small space. These brands make it easier<p>It's no secret that finding furniture for a small space can be a struggle. Outfitting any home is a project in itself, and when strict measurements come into play, the task is even harder. As urban living …

Kitchen of the Week: A Culinary Space in Copenhagen by Garde Hvalsøe

We’ve featured the work of Copenhagen-based Garde Hvalsøe before (they’re the fabricators behind Noma star chef René Redzepi’s kitchen and the …

Snapchat Has Signed Another Mega Cloud Purchase, and It's Not From Google

Snap Inc., the company behind the popular Snapchat messaging and photo-sharing app, has agreed to buy $1 billion worth of Amazon cloud services over …

Actors, teachers, therapists – think your job is safe from artificial intelligence? Think again

Thanks to advances in technology, many jobs that weren’t considered ripe for automation suddenly are<p>In the battle for the 21st century workplace, computers are winning. And the odds of us puny humans making a comeback are not very good.<p>A January 2017 report from the McKinsey Global Institute …

Artificial Intelligence

Can the FTC save the IoT?

Nobody in the IT industry would argue that the Internet of Things (IoT) is becoming more secure. Pretty much the opposite.<p>But not for lack of effort. …

iPhone 8 Rumor: No Physical Home Button, Power Button, Volume Buttons Or Mute Switch

iPhone 8 is being touted as a revolutionary device for Apple and iPhone enthusiasts alike. The phone is expected to be the first one in Apple’s …

At 79, David Hockney Isn't Keen On Parties, But Still Paints Every Day

Painter David Hockney once said, "It is very good advice to believe only what an artist <i>does</i>, rather than what he <i>says</i> about his work." On Thursday in London, a major retrospective at Tate Britain will give visitors the chance to see 60 years of the English artist's "doings."<p>Oils, acrylics, sketches, …

Met Museum Makes 375,000 Images Freely Available Online

The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City has made around 375,000 images of public-domain artworks from its collections freely available …

10 Essential Rules to Live Like a Zen Monk and Be More Productive

You don’t have to be a Zen monk to find great inspiration in the way they live their lives. The simplicity, concentration and mindfulness with every …

News for our time

12 Tools That Will Help You Build a Powerful Morning Routine

Not all of us are naturally morning birds. But even if you fall into the “night owl” category, it’s hard to deny that there’s something magical about …

Why Smart People Don't Multitask

Multitasking is really tempting. It's also really bad for you.<p>4 min read<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>You may have heard that multitasking is bad for you, but new studies show that it kills your performance and may even damage your brain. Every time you multitask you …

Time Management