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Tokyo's spectacular digital art museum makes visitors part of the art

The Mori Building Digital Art Museum is home to around 50 interactive works spread across 10,000 sq m (108,000 sq ft) of floorspace, divided up into …

Art

Before there were memes, there was Leeds Postcards

The name might conjure images of holiday greetings, but Leeds Postcards is anything but. Founded in 1979 by Richard Scott, the company co-opted the …

Rights & Freedoms

Losing a Parent Changes Us Forever. There's Proof.

Grief is both real and measurable. Scientists now know that the death or your father or mother will forever alter your brain chemistry and may also …

Psychology

5 types of font and what to use them for

Picking the right font can be crucial for the success of a design project, whether it's a tagline on a poster or an expanse of long-form copy for a …

Typography

Beyond: Rebranding funeral care

Organising a funeral tends to be a complicated, stressful and downright miserable experience. But digital startup Beyond claims to make the process a …

Color Schemes

60 Celebrities Who Don't Drink Alcohol

From Blake Lively to Kendrick Lamar...these are the celebrities you won't see with a drink in their hand.<p>While we've all had one too many cocktails or whatever it may be at that Thursday evening happy hour, many, including some of our favorite celebrities, have chosen to abstain from the act of …

Alcohol

Can emotion-regulating tech translate across cultures? – Polina Aronson Judith Duportail

Artificial intelligence promises ever more control over the highs and lows of our emotions. Uneasy? Perhaps you should be<i>By Polina Aronson & Judith</i> …

Emotional Intelligence

Slavery: What They Didn't Teach in My High School

A man I have known since grade school changed his name, years ago, to an Arabic one. He told me he rejected Christianity as "the white man's religion …

Black History

What's the Perfect Age to Start Your Career? It's Not What You Think, According to a Stanford Psychologist

Working full-time from our early 20s to our mid-60s isn't such a great idea after all.<p>How old were you when you started working full-time? Chances are it was sometime in your early 20s. Or maybe your late 20s if, say, you went to medical school. But that's all wrong, according to psychologist Laura …

Retirement

The Force of Your Anger Is Tied to the Source of Your Anger

Many of us assume that what’s in our past is past. But for decades now, clinical research has made painfully obvious that what we haven’t …

Psychology

How to Visualize Recurring Patterns

Things have a way of repeating themselves, and it can be useful to highlight these patterns in data.<b>Tags:</b> patterns, seasonal

More Recycling Won't Solve Plastic Pollution

It’s a lie that wasteful consumers cause the problem and that changing our individual habits can fix it

Sustainability

10 most hated logos (and what they teach us)

One of the defining features of branding over the last decade is the freedom that social media gives for anyone to launch an immediate personal …

Graphic Design

Creatives needs to stop relying on a gateway drug called 'instant'

Something dark is creeping into our industry.<p>It seems harmless at first, but after repeated use it leads to something much more worrying.<p>Worse still …

Creativity

Play ball or go rogue? Oxytocin affects cooperative behavior

Oxytocin, sometimes referred to as the "love hormone," helps to regulate social and sexual interactions. Best known for its role in romantic and …

Psychology

The mind-bendy weirdness of the number zero, explained

We explain nothing.<p>The computer you’re reading this article on right now runs on a binary — strings of zeros and ones. Without zero, modern electronics wouldn’t exist. Without zero, there’s no calculus, which means no modern engineering or automation. Without zero, much of our modern world …

Mathematics

In lost interview, Stanley Kubrick explains the ending of 2001: A Space Odyssey

Fifty years since it was first screened, <i>2001: A Space Odyssey</i> continues to cause confusion and debate. Stanley Kubrick’s epic film reimagined what …

Stanley Kubrick

Turns Out Movies Have Been Copying Iconic Paintings, And Some Look Completely Identical

23-year-old writer and director Vugar Efendi has definitely seen a lot of movies. In fact, his observant eyes have noticed that many famous movie …

Art

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Unique

6 assumptions designers make about client relationships

Following on from looking at assumptions around presentations, selling and pitching, in this final piece in his series, trainer and coach John …

Selling

“We’re on a mission to show what graphic design can do”

Can Graphic Design Save Your Life? is a new book published to accompany the exhibition currently on at London’s Wellcome Collection. We speak to …

Graphic Design

Design Canada: the documentary exploring a nation’s design story

As Canadian designer and filmmaker Greg Durrell launches a crowdfunding campaign for a documentary looking at some of Canada’s most famous designers …

Canada

The man who changed his mind: Why Fran Healy invited a journalist who hated Travis to make a film about them

“Everyone always talks about this ‘nice’ thing, and it’s almost like a curse,” says Fran Healy on the misconceptions which have plagued his band, …

Film Festivals

Accessing Your Breath and Center With Tai Chi For Better Movement And Energy

1:20:48<p>Everything You Wanted To Know About Kundalini: The Breathwork, Meditation, Sound Codes, And More Explained<p>Guru Jagat<p>0:47:30<p>How To Build …

Wellness

Three Things Caffeine Does In Your Brain

Whether we’re sipping it to get going in the morning or pounding it to stay awake later at night, our favorite psychoative drug is, as always, in high demand. Americans consume 400 million cups of coffee per day according to recent estimates—over three cups each on average—delivering a jolt upwards …

Coffee

Why Design Thinking is failing and what we should be doing differently

I have and always will be an avid supporter of the design thinking methodology. I have held talks and workshops about Design Thinking & Lean UX on …

Design

What are natural foods?

The glass of orange juice at the breakfast table tells a tale about what’s natural, what’s whole and what’s healthy for us<i>By Joseph LaPorte</i>Read at …

Nutrition

Does Playing With Toy Guns Lead to Later Acts of Gun Violence?

If you follow the latest news about Great Britain's royal family, you probably have heard about the controversy that erupted when Prince George — the …

Guns