The shape, weight, and color of your cutlery can significantly alter the way you perceive the fundamental aspects of food, from how sweet it tastes to how much you think it costs. Has anyone ever eaten
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To call someone an “innovator” would have been an accusation. Here’s how things changed. Being on staff at Fast Company, I read permutations of the word “innovator” about 5,000 times a day. Co.Design its
The design movement that revolutionized consumer goods, explained. If you were born after a certain year, then buying toothpaste that doesn’t come with the promise of whitening your snappers is unthinkable.
Marks of Excellence, a freshly revised book from Phaidon, compiles today’s most identifiable logos according to their visual tropes. A brand is more than a logo. But a company’s mark is its calling card,