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Jacob Jensen, Creator Of Bang & Olufsen’s Design Language, Dies at Age 89When Were Most People With Your Name Born (And How Many Are Still Alive)?Arrange Your Living Room Furniture Like A Slide PuzzleStrangely Common Ways To Die In Each StateEscape From Distractions In The Analog Office Of The FutureHow Google Designed An E-Book Font For Any Screen4 Ways Elevators Will Get Totally Insane In 20169 Top Designers On What Every New Grad Should KnowApple Is Probably Ditching Helvetica Neue For San FranciscoThese Blurry Prime Minister Portraits Reveal How Governments Change Without Really ChangingThese Brutalist-Inspired Instruments Redefine The Meaning Of Industrial MusicHow To Design A Game For Maximum EmpathyAll Tables Should Have Materials Sourced From Spanish Fishing TownsWith Medical Implants, Design Is A Matter Of Life And DeathA Glimpse At Hong Kong’s Ingenious DIY Storage SolutionsWould You Walk On A Bridge Made Of Paper?When Design Harms Instead Of HelpsBike Right To Your Desk In This Ramped OfficeStare At Your Walls All Day With This Crazy 3-D Wallpaper21 Stick-Obsessed Lighting Designers Who Turned ICFF Into A Giant LED ForestNeed To Get Away? 3 Spaces Designed For SolitudeHow 3-D Mapping Software Could Help Save Coral ReefsA Stunning New Journal By One Of The World’s Top Data Viz StudiosWant Your Car To Talk To Your Nest Thermostat? Now It CanGorgeous Jacquard Textiles Have Countless PermutationsThe Best UX Visuals Follow These 2 RulesMorning People Vs. Night Owls: 9 Insights Backed By ScienceSpaceX’s Retro Posters Will Make You Want To Die On MarsArchitecture Students Build A Suit That Simulates Sleeping In Zero GravityTurn Any Stupid Piece Of Fruit Into A Smart ButtonThis Luxurious Cabin Getaway Is Only 160 Square FeetGoogle Quietly Moves Its Head Of Search Design To Virtual RealityAutodesk Hires Facebook’s Director Of Product DesignHow To Ask A CEO To Create A Job For YouErrol Morris: How Typography Shapes Our Perception Of TruthNYC’s Mythical 190 Bowery Will Open To The Public For Just One NightYour iPhone’s Keyboard Just Became The Ultimate Calendar AppB.B. King On Why Anyone Can Sing The BluesPeek Inside The Gorgeous Notebooks Of Professional Soccer BroadcastersIngenious Bookshelves Turn Your Books Into ArtThe Meaning Of Luxury, Explored In 10 ObjectsWhich Dangerous Job Is Worth The Risk?Moving? Students Devise A Smarter Way To Pack BoxesHow Facebook Unified Its BrandMIT Made A Game To Figure Out How Our Brains Work In The Dark