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Converse Urban Utility Uses Gore-Tex to Keep the Water Out
by Liz Stinson on 28 november 2017 at 12:00
The Nike-owned shoemaker teams up with Gore to make a new line of weatherproof mens shoes and outerwear.
Mythbuster Adam Savage Has Made a Tool Bag, and It’s Beautiful
by Michael Calore on 20 november 2017 at 14:00
The gear-obsessive former TV host has teamed with bag-maker Mafia to design his own ideal carryall for his tools.
The Speculum Finally Gets a Modern Redesign
by Arielle Pardes on 5 oktober 2017 at 13:00
The medical gadget hasn't been revamped in almost 200 years. A group of designers hopes to change that.
Say Goodbye to the Blob. Google's New Emoji Have Arrived
by Liz Stinson on 1 september 2017 at 13:00
Android Oreo brings a whole new set of emoji, which look more like squishy circles than the old gumdrop.
YouTube's Redesign Makes It Easier to Watch All the Videos
by David Pierce on 29 augustus 2017 at 15:00
Even vertical video!
This Artist Turns Aerial Photography Into Prints That'll Last Forever
by Liz Stinson on 25 augustus 2017 at 14:00
Want to make your art last forever? Print it on styrofoam.
Figma Wants Designers to Collaborate Google-Docs Style
by Robbie Gonzalez on 25 juli 2017 at 16:07
The startup unveiled two key features that should give its competitors pause.
Humanscale, the Classic Design Tool, Gets a Second Life
by Liz Stinson on 25 juli 2017 at 13:00
The set of nine rotating disks shows how to design objects for people, using more than 60,000 data points.
Apple Architect Norman Foster Says the Future of Offices Must Be Flexible
by Liz Stinson on 8 juni 2017 at 19:32
Norman Foster has a qualm about Apple's new headquarters: What happens when people stop driving?
Ai Weiwei Gets Artsy-Fartsy About Surveillance
by Liz Stinson on 8 juni 2017 at 18:08
A new exhibition in New York puts the surveillance state on display.
What's Wrong with Apple's New Headquarters
by Adam Rogers on 8 juni 2017 at 14:15
The architecture and design of the years-in-the-making Apple Park are brilliant. How it fits into the world around it? Not so much.
The Beloved Monument Valley Returns With an Amazing Sequel
by Liz Stinson on 5 juni 2017 at 18:46
The sequel to the popular iOS game is even deeper and smarter than the original.
Get Ready for Skyscrapers Made of Wood. (Yes, Wood)
by Liz Stinson on 30 mei 2017 at 12:00
Wood is architecture's hottest new (old) material.
Apple’s New Campus: An Exclusive Look Inside the Mothership
by Steven Levy on 16 mei 2017 at 11:30
Flawless curves, milled aluminum, endless glass, walled garden—sounds like an Apple product. In fact, it’s the company’s biggest launch ever.
Pumps Ran for 6 Years to Build Abu Dhabi's Surreal Island Museum
by Anna Vlasits on 15 mei 2017 at 11:00
The Louvre Abu Dhabi—set to open this year—is anchored to the seafloor. That way it won’t float away before you get there.
The Surprising Repercussions of Making AI Assistants Sound Human
by Liz Stinson on 12 mei 2017 at 11:00
Humanlike speech poses a major challenge to designers, and raises important questions about what people really want from their virtual assistants.
Synthetic Sensors Is a Sensor That Could Soon Make Homes Scary-Smart
by Liz Stinson on 11 mei 2017 at 12:30
University researchers create a simple device that plugs into an electrical outlet and connects everything in the room.
Amazon’s Expansive Biodomes Get Their First of 9,000 Plants
by Liz Stinson on 6 mei 2017 at 09:30
Amazon is building a massive biodome in downtown Seattle...
The Obama Presidential Center Pioneers a New Approach to the Presidential Library
by Sam Lubell on 5 mei 2017 at 13:00
In reflecting the 44th president's proclivities and priorities, the Obama Presidential Center creates a monument to community.
The Secrets of How Today's Artists Engineer Their Work to Mess With Our Minds
by Julia Halperin on 4 mei 2017 at 11:00
The most compelling visual artists are tech innovators, using advanced materials, industrial design, and clever light manipulation to trick your brain.