If you haven’t heard, universities around the world are offering their courses online for free (or at least partially free). These courses are collectively called MOOCs or Massive Open Online Courses.
Soviet propaganda, old liqueurs, and advertisements for 60s airlines— start your printers! If the posters of today still had the look of those of yesteryear, would they still get tagged and trolled as
Cancer is a tricky disease to treat. With more than one hundred known types, each responding differently to treatment depending on the person they’re growing inside (and dozens of other factors), oncologists
When I first started out in marketing, I didn’t quite predict that I’d be a part-time designer, too. Now, in 2016, visual content is more than 40X more likely to get shared on social media than other of
It's been three months since I threw everything out. I've lived in four different places. I haven't paid rent anywhere. I always have benefited from the kindness of others. That doesn't mean I couch surf.
By Ellen Jorgensen Each week, In Theory takes on a big idea in the news and explores it from a range of perspectives. This week, we’re talking about transhumanism. Need a primer? Catch up here. Ellen holds
[Photographs: J. Kenji López-Alt, Daniel Gritzer, Vicky Wasik] Portable, infinitely variable, and just so darn satisfying, the sandwich is, in my opinion, about as close as you'll get to a perfect food.
Each painter has slightly different methods and preferences, but these are the tricks the pros really rely on. Painting is no easy feat — whether you're changing the color of an entire room, or just updating
Just because you’re on a post-holiday health kick starting tomorrow doesn’t mean you can’t treat yo’self before NYE resolutions *actually* go into effect. Pop some bottles, mix up your favorite cocktail
Make a set whimsical DIY paper dandelion lanterns for your LED tea lights with this free printable! Want to bring some DIY beauty to a relaxing summer evening? Raid your office or recycle bin for paper