We asked Apple how you keep a super-powerful consumer computer from melting. Spend a few tens of thousands on optional upgrades, and the new Mac Pro becomes a list of superlative performance specs. A CPU.
I first fell in love with the wheel as a UX tool on my third-generation iPod. Rubbing my thumb in a circle, it flipped through my list of early-aughts tracks. It was fun and efficient in a way the Walkman’s
One of the greatest challenges faced by the textiles and fashion industry is to make itself more sustainable, not just in terms of economic and labor-force issues but in the face of ecological necessity.
Think of it as composting but for all the oils and fats that would otherwise go down your drain (and clog your city’s sewers). In 2017, a 800-foot-long blob of solidified fat, oil, and grease the size
The world is designed against the elderly, writes Don Norman, 83-year-old author of the industry bible Design of Everyday Things and a former Apple VP. More people than ever are living long, healthy lives.