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Documenting The Growing Lines At NYC’s Food PantriesHow World War II Sparked The Scandinavian Design CrazeThe New Human Condition Is Riding A Roller Coaster With A VR Headset OnYou Can Customize And Buy This 3-D Printed Dress OnlineBradford Shellhammer’s Next Project: Curating eBayAn Emotional Map Of The City, As Captured Through Its SoundsAmerica’s First Offshore Wind Farm Quietly Takes ShapeWhy Is Artificial Intelligence So Bad At Empathy?Museums Lure A New Generation Of Patrons Through Their StomachsWhat Under Armour’s New 3-D-Printed Shoe Reveals About The Future Of FootwearThese Lamp-Lit Terrariums Thrive In Dark, Windowless ApartmentsWhat Happens When You Let Architects Design Cat HousesThe Bike Bell Gets A Sonorous RedesignBehind The Scenes At The World’s Largest Religious Trade ShowTGI Fridays Is Officially A Basic Bro40% Of New Products Fail. Here’s How To Make Sure Yours Isn’t One Of ThemFrog’s Ex-President Brings Design Thinking To AcademiaHow A D.C. Museum Made People Give A Crap About ArchitectureThe Most Opulent Meals You Can Eat In The AirSonar Lets You Control Your Smartphone Without Even Touching ItMicrosoft’s New Data-Viz Tool Puts Excel Charts To ShameThis App Makes Composing Sheet Music As Easy As Finger PaintingThe Sleeper Future Of Data Visualization? PhotographyWhat Apocalyptic Climate Change Looks Like From AboveHow 21 Famous Architects Sketch HumansThe Problem With Flat Design, According To A UX ExpertDoes Design Run In Your Family? This Graphic Charts Parent-Child Career PathsDesigning The Novelty Shop From HellThis French Startup Thinks The Future Of Lighting Is BioluminescentThe Workflow App Favored By Designers At Airbnb, Dollar Shave Club, And SnapchatApple, Google, And The Race To Create A Skeuomorphism You Don’t HateReclaimed Glasses And Lunch Trays Give These Chairs Their Ethereal GlowWhat Abandoned Security Checkpoints Reveal About GeopoliticsA Bike Designed By Bjarke IngelsApple’s New R&D Project Doesn’t Build Phones, It Rips Them ApartThese Custom-Fit Earbuds Are The Most Stylish Ones We’ve Seen YetThis Environmental Scientist Makes Art Out Of Climate DataThis Visualization Reveals How Diplomacy Is Quietly EvolvingThe Soft, Screenless Future Of Toys, According To Fisher-PriceThe Harvard Library That Protects The World’s Rarest ColorsWhy Designers Need Artists (And Vice Versa)When Innovative Design Works Against You