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Unicode Is Finally Fixing Emoji’s Sexism ProblemTrump’s New Campaign Logo Penetrates The GOP [Updated]Samsung’s Unexpected Design Hit, The Serif TV, Is Finally Coming To The U.S.The Intricate Paper Sculptures Of An X-Acto Knife MasterA Robot Security Guard Allegedly Attacked Toddler In A Mall (But The Robot Denies It)What To Do With A Building Falling Into The Ocean? Turn It Into ArtWhy NASA Needs Architects And DesignersApple Designer Creates The Ultimate Travel Bag For Louis VuittonExhibit Mines For Links Between Dyslexia And CreativityWhat Designers CollectNew York City Approves The Lowline, The World’s First Underground ParkNYC’s Ambitious Underground Park Takes A Giant Step Towards RealityThis Tiny Camera Takes Pictures Of Space That Would Make NASA BlushIf You Think “Pokémon Go” Is Annoying Now, Wait Until The Hololens VersionMasterCard Gets Its First New Logo In 20 YearsMeditation For The “BuzzFeed” GenerationHow Designers Can Help The Black Lives Matter MovementYou Can Now Pay $2,000 To “Glamp” On This Midtown Manhattan RoofThe 10 Most Important Issues Facing Cities, According To Their MayorsNest’s Latest: A Security Camera That Uses AI To Analyze ThreatsA Sidewalk That Sings As You Dance With Your ShadowThese Surrealist Landscapes Imagine Architecture With No LimitsAn App That Reminds Smartphone Zombies To Look UpHow To Handle Criticism Like A BossNo, Dressers Don’t Need To Be Anchored To A WallArchitecture For Humanity Was “Wholesale Looting” Restricted Donations, Suit AllegesSelling Space Travel To America (Without Relying On Nostalgia)The House Divorce BuiltCan These Tiny Flat-Pack Houses Help Shelter The Homeless?Wanted: A Simple Way To Make Your Open Plan Office Suck LessThe Stodgy Exhibition Catalog Gets Updated For Digital NativesBehind The Scenes At A Barbie Photo Shoot Is My Literal Worst NightmareA Robot Designed To Teach A New Generation Of RoboticistsLife Before And After The Digital Revolution, In PictogramsJamba Juice Just Got Some Serious Design Cred“Pokémon Go” Is Quietly Helping People Fall In Love With Their CitiesThe UI That Could Help Make E-Sports A $100 Billion IndustryIkea Just Released Its Weirdest Ad YetPortraits Of The People Who Live In (And Love) BrutalismIn The West Bank, Skate Parks Are A Form Of Diplomacy4 Insights From A New Network For Women CreativesSaving The Last Of California’s Spectacular Googie WindmillsComing To Market: An Apartment In A Box That Morphs At The Press Of A ButtonI Built Noah’s $100 Million Ark5 Rules For Designing Great Cities, From Denmark’s Star UrbanistThe Pro-Growth YIMBY Movement Is Growing