The London-based agency Jones Knowles Ritchie has compiled its second annual champions of design. Here are some of the highlights.
Gehry has famously called the fish "a perfect form."
Like the cup the hostess is using? You can buy it on-site.
What do your movies look like when each second is broken down to just one color? Fascinating, telling grids.
This clever Arduino pot turns cooking dinner into an evening of DJing.
With the Wii U, Nintendo is changing its role in your living room. One of the world’s most powerful gaming companies is telling you to watch TV for a change.
Can you track feelings like calories? Designer Jonathan Cohen thinks so, and has built an iPhone app to help you do it.
How do you sell a $330 box to customers without telling them what’s inside? That was the Sisyphean task handed to creative agency RoAndCo.
Andrew DeGraff’s movie maps pack hours of blockbuster action into elegant, efficient diagrams.
This 18-minute documentary talks to some of the brightest in the industry about what’s next.
A question posed to Twitter can receive thousands of responses in moments. Poptip explains how a redesign gets to the bottom of that data.