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Apple Pioneer Hartmut Esslinger Wins The Nation’s Top Design AwardThe Benedictine Monk Who Connected Concrete Poetry And DesignWhy We Should All Wear The World’s Most Visible ColorThis Shocking Tool Shows How Climate Change Will Transform Your NeighborhoodCities Are About To Change Forever. Here Are 3 Key Decisions They Must MakeJust How Crazy Is The Trump Presidency?What Does It Take To Remake The UX Of A $90 Billion Industry?How Is Trump Affecting Your Studio Culture?This Wallpaper Doubles As A Power SourceHow Much Can An Amazon Echo Hear?A Beautiful, Terrifying Guide To The World’s Man-Made Plants And AnimalsAre Your Job Skills Hot Or Not? This Chart Will Tell YouPokémon Go’s Next Big MoveWhy Humans Are Obsessed With Circles, According To ScienceProof That Design Is Good For Business, In 8 StatisticsNew Judges Added To The 2017 Innovation By Design AwardsA First Look At The Design For The Obama Presidential CenterThe Architectural Beauty Of Early 20th-Century Botanical PhotographsThis Firm Is Redesigning The Most Stressful Places On EarthThe First Murder Mystery For The Smart Home AgeIkea’s Wild New Collection Resurrects Scandinavian Design HistoryShould You Take That Design Job?The Case For Reverse-Engineering Design BriefsThis MIT Robot Could Build Your Next House Completely Out Of Local MaterialsA Secret Of Gothic Architecture Could Revolutionize Buildings TodayThese Cities Are Replacing The Worst Kind Of Infrastructure With The BestThe Cult Notebook Brand Baron Fig Is Expanding–Into BagsToday’s Architects Are Obsessed With Inflatable Design–Here’s WhyThe Design Duo Behind The Century’s Most Famous Album CoversWhy Even Great Products Need A Redesign (It’s Science)22 Movies And Shows Every Designer Should Watch On NetflixHow To Build A Design Firm From ScratchThe Evolution Of Death In America, MappedWhen A Font Is A PR StrategyPhotographing The World’s Dwindling World War II VeteransThis Wi-Fi Router Silently Tracks Your HealthDear Muji: Please Bring Your Tiny Houses To The U.S.Hugging A Cartoon: The Bizarre Future Of Virtual DesignArtisanal Branding Grows UpDesign Thinking Needs To Think Bigger