Priced at $100, the device is a leap for Jawbone. And it’s aimed at nothing less than making its wearers happier and healthier.
Your local drug store offers a cautionary tale about what happens when innovation runs amok.
Ubyu is the rare self-publisher with a website that’s both easy to use and easy on the eyes. Can other vanity presses learn from it?
According to AIAIAI, a Danish audio-design studio, Jacobsen made drawings of "the world’s first flat screen TV.”
Tthe Martin Agency unveils a new campaign for the Newspaper Association of America. But does it matter?
Honeybees are on the decline. Urban beekeeping could help.
You wouldn’t know it by looking at Cialis commerials today, but for 20 years, beginning in the post-war 1940s, the pharmaceutical industry owed its visual aesthetic to the cutting edge of fine art.
You know those dudes who walk around with hands-free Bluetooth headsets jammed into their ears all day? Maybe their twittishness isn’t a character flaw, but an unintentional emergent effect of poor product design: let’s face it, those things are awkward as hell to get on and off your ear, so once you’re 'Toothed up, you might as well just leave it there (even if you’re not a high-powered Hollywood agent who’s actually fielding calls every five seconds).