IBM and medical device maker Medtronic are working on an app that could really help them. By analyzing data from Medtronic diabetes monitoring devices (insulin pumps and glucose monitors), IBM's artificial
London is the coke capital of Europe, but the drug is often heavily cut with dangerous substances before it's sold to users. This article originally appeared on VICE UK. London is the cocaine capital Europe.
Many designers will be familiar with Twen magazine as much has been written about its pioneering design. I wanted to collect together a few of my favourite layouts. Twen was published monthly throughout
"Hangover therapy" companies have started cropping up recently, with many of them charging hundreds of dollars to cure a morning-after headache. Is it worth it? On a cold January Sunday in Manhattan, block-spanning
Damian Rees, Co-founder of Experience Solutions, helps explain how he adapted website usability testing for the most optimized experience. Because anyone can use the Internet, one of his core principles
Recently, BoingBoing ran an article about how some librarians in Massachusetts were installing Tor software in all their public PCs to anonymize the browsing habits of their patrons. The librarians are
I was recently poring over some of the typographic posters for the Yale School of Architecture, a series that Michael Bierut has been designing since 1998. On some of the recent designs I noticed another