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Seattle Could Become The First U.S. City To Give Renters A Voice In Local GovernmentResearchers Develop Fabric That Flexes Like MusclesThis Tape Turns Anything Into A Lego BlockHow Heinz Brought A Fictional “Mad Men” Campaign To LifeThe Year’s Best Scientific Image? A Haunting Illustration Of Crohn’s DiseaseThe Problem With Interactive GraphicsNew York Is The New AtlantaTrump’s Budget Is An Assault On America’s Creative SoulSingapore Thinks Better-Smelling Buses Are The Key To Boosting Public Transit UseThese Stunning Rugs Wed Swiss Modernism And Swazi TraditionAn Animated Guide To Marshall McLuhan And “The Medium Is The Message”Why Are Designers Still Expected To Work For Free?Fun Programming Apps Should Actually Be FunThe Benefit Of Letting Employees Lead “From Any Chair”It’s Time To Treat Siri, Alexa, and Google Assistant Like The Toddlers They AreAn Architect Designed This Soft, Immersive Jungle Gym For His Autistic DaughterPeople Living In High-Crime Areas Respect The Law, But Distrust The PoliceWhat Makes A Good Ride-Sharing City?The Infinitone: An Entirely New Musical InterfaceHow Stores Are Designed To Fat ShameSign Of The Times: A Super, Happy, Fun Pollution Mask For KidsGod, Building Ikea’s Bike Was The Worst Hour Of My LifeThe Story Behind The Most Successful Crowdfunded Font In HistorySamsung’s New TV By Yves Béhar Is A Framed Piece Of Art, LiterallyExposing The One Part Of Apple Design You’ll Never SeeThis Ultra-Realistic 3D-Printed Infant Could Advance MedicineForget Coding: Writing Is Design’s “Unicorn Skill”Alphabet Built An Urban Dictionary For Tech JargonThis Infographic Shows Why You Should Tip MoreDigital Media Today: “There Are No Rules”Please Do Not Aestheticize The WallThis App Sends A Distress Signal From Immigrants Being DetainedAirbnb, Instagram, And The Rise Of The Optimized CabinAdobe Is Building An AI To Automate Web Design. Should You Worry?