John Pavlus is a writer and filmmaker focusing on science, tech, and design topics. His writing has appeared in Wired, New York, Scientific American, Technology Review, BBC Future, and other outlets. He also creates original web videos for top media brands like Conde Nast, NPR, Slate, Nature Publishing Group, and The New York Times Magazine through his production company, Small Mammal. He lives in Portland, OR.
- What Impossible Music Looks And Sounds Like
- Could This Data-Secure Smartphone Become A Lifestyle Product?
- Instagram Videos That Explain Brain-Tickling Ideas In 15 Seconds
- Stefan Sagmeister On How To Beat Your Phone Addiction
- How To De-Urgent Your Life
- Ex-Ideo Designers Rethink The Calendar For Mobile Devices
- A DIY Platform For Building Devices You Control With Your Mind
- Could This App Replace Commenting On Mobile Devices?
- How To Create The Most Boring Video Game People Still Want To Play
- What Should Designers Do With A Tablet So Cheap It's Disposable?
- Apple Engineer Creates Elaborate Drawing Machine, Using Legos
- How Design Thinking Could Make Your New Year's Resolutions Stick
- MIT Engineers Invent A Cameraless Tracking System That Sees Through Walls
- 4 Surprising App-Design Principles, From The Instagram Of Quick Quizzes
- The Future Of UX Design: Tiny, Humanizing Details