Humanscale is as relevant today as it was in the 1970s–and it’s being reissued through Kickstarter. The 1970s has been a frequently revisited decade in the design world lately, most notably in the resurgence
Smart-home technology is a slippery slope I was never one for smart-home technology. In fact, as the resident old-house obsessive here at Curbed, I was almost as opposite a home-tech fanatic as one can
Chow down on these cookies without feeling (super) guilty. Cutting back on added sugar is one of the cardinal rules of clean eating. But even if you ditch Oreos for homemade cookies baked with honey or
The gender imbalance in Silicon Valley is well documented. US tech companies are so dominated by men in large part because the vast majority of investment venture capital —nearly 98%— flows to firms founded
Even amateurs can and should master the basics of design, insists this pro. As Jason Putorti, former lead designer at company Mint.com, once memorably put it, great design can seem like magic pixie dust
Design Thinking continues to be a hot topic (this article is one of many talking about it). Design Thinking has been hyped and even fetishized but there are also voices questioning its value, impact, relevance.
Spring is here. That means longer, warmer days — and, for many people, more frequent showering to wash away the sweat and smells that come with higher temperatures. Here's the thing, though: Your regular
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