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.
- How Email Became The Most Reviled Communication Experience Ever
- App Bribes You Into Airing Your Digital Dirty Laundry
- 5 Steps To Re-create Xerox PARC's Design Magic (From The Guy Who Helped Make It)
- "Delightful" Interaction Design Needs To Die
- An App To Stop Workers Fighting Over Office Thermostats
- The Future Of Design, Imagined Honestly
- 3 UX Mistakes That Make Sites More Hackable
- 3 Ways To Keep Second Screens Secondary
- The Cloud Is Very Real And Very Weird. Here's A Peek Inside
- Ex-New York Times Designer Invents A Foolproof Way To Get Baby Pics To Grandma
- Should You Learn To Code?
- This Keychain Dongle Can Analyze Almost Any Physical Object Instantly
- How Mute Erodes What's Great About Twitter
- These Intergalactic Travel Posters Look Like They Were Designed By Don Draper
- Alternate Reality Game Will Turn You Into a Fitness Maniac