In 2011, Berg worked with Google to imagine the service’s manifestation in real life. Here’s the remarkable, working prototype they came up with.
As the superintendent of the U.S. Census, Francis Amasa Walker sought to map patterns that might otherwise have remained hidden or lost. In doing so, he paved the way for the modern infographic, writes historian Susan Schulten.
Takeshi Murata revels in the creation of low-fi, computer-generated environments.
A German photographer captures light as it plays across the warping building envelopes of buildings in Lower Manhattan.
Dutch designer Cesar van Rongen developed two-wheeled grip for the winter cyclist.
“We tried to incorporate and promote the clients memories, desires, experiences, and fictions in the design process,” explain the architects at Spanish studio elii.
After a year of development, the monster Kickstarter hit The Present is ready for purchase.
A new book revisits the career of Norman Bel Geddes, a visionary designer who overflowed with ideas for everyday products, futuristic cities, and just about everything in between.
For any iPhone user, the Reminders app is a disappointment. Catch is the streamlined cloud-based collaboration tool you’ve been looking for.
Mr. Bingo, a London-based artist, churns out some of the most endearing put-downs around.
The website Indexed has brought hilarity to the interwebs for a digital century, using nothing more than pens and index cards to challenge the limitations of graphic communication.