Snarkitecture takes their playful work out to the ball game.
The Nest Learning Thermostat, invented by the iPod’s original product manager Tony Fadell, is a good case study in making small, thoughtful improvements that help users.
But it lacks photos of sports cars, kittens, and bikini-clad women.
Finally, a fertility charting tool that’s simple to use--and isn’t awash in pink.
And your controller is your smartphone.
Meike Harde’s collaged masks of celebrities and models offer up a funny, disturbing critique of unattainable beauty standards.
A simple extension makes this old A-frame in Belgium more spatially efficient--and eminently more stylish.
Trust us, it makes more sense when you see the video.
What if a whole city could just pick up and move?
Juan Sanchez finds a novel solution for mocking up subtle design ideas.