A couple of recent d-school grads have designed some of the most hideous packaging we’ve ever seen. That’s a good thing. So good, in fact, it could even save people’s lives.
Where do you want to retire? If I had to venture a guess, I’d say not suburban Florida. If you’re like the growing number of Baby Boomer retirees, you want to be in a city, close to public transportation, and near amenities like grocery stores. Armstrong Senior Housing, a new complex designed by David Baker + Partners in San Francisco’s Bayview district, offers all that and then some, with four levels of affordable senior apartments atop ground-level retail, a community center, and a library.
Snap a picture of the matrix code embedded into the tattoo art, and an animated film will play back on your smartphone. Marco will have a ball with this at bars, no doubt.
Designers, artists, writers and filmmakers take a look forward at the metropolis that everyone seems to have their eyes on.
The kitchen is a dangerous place, and the hazards are even greater for the blind and sight-impaired.
In the latest installment of their "Off Book" series, PBS explores the power of type with some of its most talented practitioners.
Scott Snibbe, one of the designers Björk worked with to create her interactive musical fusion "Biophilia", tells Co.Design how it all came together.
Alex Mustonen and Daniel Arsham of Snarkitecture used thousands upon thousands of ping-pong balls to turn a dance performance into a kinetic wonderland.
If you think typography is simply about personal whim, this infographic should go a long way towards disabusing you of your ignorance.