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With New Tool, Wants To Replace PowerPoint With InfographicsArt Hack: Crowdsourcing Digital Art From The CityHow The Most Viral Video In The History Of Social Change Gave Uganda A VoiceThe TSA’s Insane Budget And Woeful Track RecordAugmented Reality Helps Astronauts Become Surgeons On The FlyThe Week That Was: “Design Should Be Considered A Facet Of Everything You Do”Charting The Car Industry’s Family TreeA Machine That Turns Brain Waves Into MusicPortlandia Is Real: These Mini Flowerpots Attach To Your BikeBeyond Brutalism: Five Examples Of Wildly Innovative Concrete ArchitectureA Clever Branding System Based On Clip-Art IconsUsing Motion Capture And Code, To Turn Gymnasts Into Data Art“Multiplication Waterfall” Turns Arithmetic Into Enigmatic Interactive ArtA Clever Lantern Whose Light Changes When It’s Standing Or HangingA Clock That Measures Time With A RulerWatch A Brief History Of The Animated GIFSurprisingly Awesome: A Guy Snowboarding In An LED Body SuitGame Controller Talks To You By Stretching Your SkinSalvador Dalí’s Real Masterpiece: The Logo For Chupa Chups Lollipops“Flying Carpet” Doubles As A Lounge ChairA Case Study In How Infographics Can Bend The TruthWatch A Superb Tilt-Shift Video Of Party Time In RioThe Current Rage In Branding: Fake Authenticity Is Now A-Okay3 Things Every Company Can Do To Stay Off Customers’ Sh*t Lists5 New Rules For A Winning Brand LaunchIs That A Martian Colony Sprouting Off The Side Of That Building?iPad 3: Faster, Better, Smarter, But Also A Bit Too FamiliarA Mind-Melting Visualization Of The Universe’s Invisible ForcesThe Future Camera For Youngsters? Shareable And Wearable Like JewelryInterContinental’s New Hotel Brand Focuses On Yoga Moms And Wellness GeeksA Wonderfully Surreal World, Where Buildings Are Shaped Like Guns And French FriesThe Insane Skyscrapers Of The FutureA Learning Center For Tech Geeks Inspired By A Computer’s GutsUltra-Green House Has A Vintage Jag For A BookshelfHilliard’s: A Retro-Cool Beer Brand That Embraces Good Graphic DesignWhat Would You Do With A Spray-On Antenna? Internet Everywhere, For OneClever Game Turns Taking The Stairs Into A Hiking Competition With Co-WorkersWatch The Making Of The World’s Smallest Music VenueHow The Syrian Government Hunts Journalists Covering Its AtrocitiesWhy The World’s First 3-D Printed Jaw Is Really No Big DealFlying Swarm Of Robots Gives Protesters And Activists Free Wi-Fi, On The GoThe Surprising Origins Of That Blasted “Keep Calm And Carry On” GraphicA Photo Essay On An Overlooked Mainstay Of Detroit: Tiny ChurchesDuolingo Teaches You Another Language, While Also Translating The Entire WebUnpacking The Land Mines Of Race And Religion, To Create The Jeremy Lin BrandThe Keys For Keeping Your Brand Relevant In The Post-Occupy Era5 Ways That Your Crappy Co-Worker Is Like A Crappy UIStarbucks Concept Store Is A Lab For Reinventing The BrandThe Main Failing Of Design School: Kids Can’t Think For ThemselvesPinterest’s Founding Designer Shares His Dead-Simple Design PhilosophyFirefox Plug-in Reveals The Small Army Stalking You On The WebPocket-Sized Drawing Robot Costs Less Than $70Pixar Characters, Reduced To Their Essence In Simple, Tender LogosA City Visualizes Its Own Inner Workings, With Infographics Powered By Cellular DataComing To Seattle: The Country’s Biggest Public Food ForestAn Ice Hockey Medal Captures The Thrill Of ScoringCould This Slick Packaging Convince People To Eat Bugs?The Future Metropolis Index: U.S. Cities With The Best Urban Policies