Called Context, the software allows designers to mock up backgrounds and settings, without resorting to photoshop or outside photography.
Students at four top design schools were asked to serve up their ideas for the remote of the future. Couch potatoes, be forewarned: the results might shock you.
Virtually unchanged since 2006, NYTimes.com has debuted a design overhaul that questions the very nature of a "publication."
Nondigital wristwatches may seem like a throwback, but this new collection does time-telling well.
This gorgeous glass globe was created with one purpose in mind: To mimic the feeling of scent.
Sebastiaan Sennema’s Urban Harvest Series brings closed-cycle cultivation to your urban home.
Everyone’s favorite YouTube scientist is back with a video that illustrates the relationship between frequency and frame speed.
These gorgeously designed environmental sensors hope to make your workplace and domestic dwelling happier and healthier.
Brackets are so pedestrian. Get your 2013 NCAA Tournament radial bracket right here.
NEA wants to mentor the next wave of designer-entrepreneurs, and they’re accepting applications now.
The death of Google Reader, an essential product for many who work on the web, was met with petitions and rage last night. And the inevitable Hitler reaction video.
Technology is more pervasive than ever. Now, the goal is to make it seem like an extension of ourselves.