Think you know what simple words like “play” and “fun” mean? Ian Bogost’s latest book Play Anything will bake your noodle. In a world where creative hyphenates have become the norm, game designer-philosopher
Here’s one of those devices I can’t wait to put through some real world testing. Motiv’s creators have made some pretty big claims for their tiny wearable – which are pretty impressive, if true, putting
Who says you need a fancy printing press and machinery to create your own t-shirt designs? The Berlin collective called Raubdruckerin (“Pirate Printers”) have taken to their own city streets with only
To address the worst refugee crisis in Europe since World War II, one Dutch design organization issued a global call to the creative community: “What can designers do to help?” This spring, Amsterdam-based
Spector is a pocket-sized gadget that takes the detective work out of identifying fonts and colors. There are certain celebrity fonts that get so much play, they’re instantly recognizable. (Looking at
“Type is your brand,” says type legend Bruno Maag, founder of font studio Dalton Maag. Sure, he’s biased. As a font designer with a career spanning over 25 years, Maag has worked for The New Yorker, Monotype,
In Japanese cities, the average house is 1,075 square feet. That makes sense when you consider that the country has a landmass smaller than Montana but a population that puts it at number 11 worldwide.
Google has today completely revamped its longstanding Google Fonts website with Material Design, making it easier — and more beautiful — than ever to browse and try out the site’s huge collection of open