Pictures, nice as they are, don’t do it justice: The feeling you get at Doug Wheeler’s newest work is at once dizzying and delightful.
Two recent articles argue that brainstorming doesn’t make people more creative. So how might we remake the brainstorming process, given what science tells us?
Once a student project, Laetitia Florin’s basket is available through Ligne Roset.
Patkau Architects engineered plywood structures that withstand the stress of snow.
Japanese designers exploit old materials and techniques in new, business-friendly ways.
A student’s concept app raises intriguing questions about what we want from technology--and troubling questions about surveillance and data trails.
Ubuntu, the popular Linux distribution, experiments with a menu structure that users invoke with a keystroke, rather than pull down with a mouse click.
Pop Chart Lab takes you behind the scenes of creating its newest infographic, a massive chart showing 200 cocktails--including what’s in them and what the proportions should be. It wasn’t easy.