Designer/programmer Paul Ford’s "SavePublishing" bookmarklet takes the thinking out of social media. It only started as a joke.
The annual party at daily deal site involved 100k ping-pongs, a custom-designed iPhone app, and several lovely synchronized swimmers.
These earthen homes--beautiful but also structurally necessary--are decorated by groups of women within the community.
John Wardle Architects turned a traditional structure into a cozy getaway.
This $13 poster is the perfect daily diary for the Emoji-inclined.
An iconic Danish garbage bin from the 1930s illustrates how design can help build a brand around just about anything.
More than ever before, design is at the core of the national dialogue about improving our educational systems. With its new Verb line of furniture, Steelcase wants to prove that physical collaboration is just as important as the curriculum.
Making our cities resilient to climate change means a shift away from the lowest-bid mentality and toward a model of shared risk, argues Autodesk VP Phil Bernstein.
While everyone else is trying to come up with ways to reduce packaging waste, Aaron Mickelson asks the obvious. Why not eliminate packages altogether?
We have to hand it to the guy. Whenever Donald Trump is down and out, he gets back up … only to be epically smacked down again.
Nadine Chahine talks about her PhD work using eye-tracking to test how children read Arabic script. The research could lead to new insights about literacy in the Arabic-speaking world.