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Things Are Looking Bad For JawboneWhy You Should Actually Watch The Opening Ceremony This YearHow Design And Data Speak The Same LanguageThis Samsung v. Apple Amicus Brief Is Required Reading For DesignersThe Best Instagram Accounts To Follow For DesignHere’s How Rio’s Olympic Venues Actually Turned Out12 Japanese Architects Explore Living (And Aging) CollectivelyWhat The Tesla Death Teaches Us About Designing Driverless CarsA Ceramics Collection That Captures California’s Gorgeous LightRio’s Official Olympic Posters Are As Diverse As The City ItselfInstagram “Stories” Is Better Designed Than Snapchat (Even If It Looks Like A Knock-Off)The World’s Best Medication Reminder May Be All Around YouPaper Peep Shows Were The Virtual Reality Of The 19th CenturySick Of The Subway? This Game Lets You Completely Redesign ItDesigning The Black PanthersN.Y.C.’s Next Great Cultural Destination: A Wild Shape-Shifting BuildingWheels Turn This Smartphone Into A Robot HelperHow To Get Rid Of Your Big Nose In SelfiesThese Wall-Crawling Robots Could Weave You A RoomThe MIT-Developed Tech That Could Make Pokémon Go Even BetterPrefab Housing Isn’t A Subculture Anymore, It’s A NecessityWhere Is This Election’s “Hope” Poster?4 Pieces Of Office Furniture Made From Office GarbageGoogle’s New Tilt Brush App Makes You Feel Like A SynestheteA 150-Year-Old Viz Trick Reveals The Beauty Of Airborne BirdsAt This VR Concert, The Audience Drifts Through Space TogetherMicrosoft Remedies Past Mistakes In New Xbox One SWhy Midcentury-Modern Architecture EnduresPantone’s Addictive New App Turns The World Into A Prismatic PaletteAn Exclusive Look At Airbnb’s First Foray Into Urban PlanningSolving Urban Traffic Problems Is Simple: Fewer CarsFacebook’s Quest To Turn The Internet Into Live TheaterThis Creepy Mechanical Maggot May Be The Future Of RoboticsAt This $700 Dinner, The Cutlery Is ArtA Cultural History Of Flight Attendant Uniforms, From Go-Go Boots To Power SuitsAll World Maps Lie. So Which One Should We Use?The Future Of American Cities May Be In Our BackyardsIs Your Design Idea Hot Or Not? This App Will Tell You