Just as responsibly designed physical spaces are healthy, humane places, digital tech should encourage users to do more than sit behind a glowing screen, argues Everest’s Victor Mathieux.
Brazilian artist Saint Clair Cemin provides an abstract counterpoint to the lineup of bold public art installations in New York.
Today, a selection of Moss’s design objects goes on sale through Phillips de Pury.
“Typically, it’s been really difficult for people outside the art world to understand how some of these artists contribute to the canon,” Mimi O. Chun says. “The idea behind the cookies is to democratize it, make it more accessible and easier to understand.”
An interactive installation built for the London Design Festival precisely tracks visitors’ movements and keeps them directly underneath the spotlight.
Nulpunt, a forthcoming app that allows users to access, highlight, and share every document in use by the Dutch government, could transform how average citizens engage in politics.
Faig Ahmed reduces rug designs to individual threads that extend across the room.
Taking aim at Jawbone’s Jambox, Ammunition’s Robert Brunner has designed a capsule-like wireless device that boasts seven hours of continuous airplay. And at $199, it just might be what the doctor ordered.
The incredible story behind one of the world’s most famous magazine covers.
The London studio Doshi Levien’s experimental treat was inspired by a cinematic trip to the moon.
A peek at the trophy, created by NewDealDesign, which we’ll be handing out at the Innovation By Design awards.