A superb infographic from GDS reveals three important insights about what people want from the apps on their phones.
Here’s the real head-scratcher: That’s supposed to be a good thing!
A new board game by Dutch designer Hendrik-Jan Grievink asks players to identify major brands based on visual clues alone. You’ll be surprised by how easy it is.
“They were doing mash-ups before mash-ups even existed.”
Custom calendars show how dawn, dusk, sunrise, and sunset make each day of the year feel a little different.
China hasn’t usurped our manufacturing power, but the United States is slipping behind in trademarks.
Sergio Albiac’s "videorative portraits" used videos about the subject’s life as digital paint, so that each piece is made of the sitter’s own memories.
Flying robots at the FRAC Centre in Orléans, France, have built a nearly 20-foot-tall structure based on blueprints designed by Swiss architects Fabio Gramazio and Matthias Kohler, with assistance from Zurich roboticist and professor Raffaello D’Andre. The tower was built by four quadrocopters--worker-bee-like mobile flying machines that use four rotors for better agility--that were programmed to lift, carry, and assemble 1,500 polystyrene foam bricks to complete the design.