The industry has been squeezing you for years. But competition and the courts may soon provide relief.
A (satirical) design framework for Brutalist UX offers a "new type of experience based on neglect."
Tiny houses are cool and trendy and hip and all, but where are you supposed to put all your, you know, stuff?
Some illusions are fun and trippy. Others are frustrating because they question your previously-unchallenged view of the world. You'll never guess which kind this one is.
Maybe it's the lack of home ownership, but the largest living generation really couldn't care less about desks from the Greatest Generation
These next-generation space suits could allow astronauts to explore Mars.
Super gamer YT Sunny says when he found the level it had a clear rate of 1 out of 93,848 attempts. Now, you can make that 2.
When two friends discovered there was no dumpling emoji, they resolved to correct that oversight. They ended up changing how an emoji becomes an emoji.
Our favorite YouTube craftsman is at it again with this unbelievably satisfying wooden domino-laying contraption.
"Minecraft" is already a game entirely made of blocks. But what if it was... blockier?
Subterranean cartographers are bringing to light the dark, tangled truths buried under the streets.
Of the federal government agencies that you'd expect to have an anthropomorphic mascot dedicated to reducing environmental waste, the NSA is probably near the bottom of the list.
Forget jovial Swedish men and yellow Volkswagen Beetles loaded with too much stuff — someone decided that IKEA's back-to-school ads should give viewers those warm, fuzzy tingles.
It doesn't really have to do with mobility. It has to do with economic development.
New York-based Pakistani designer Nashra Balagamwala has created a game to shed light on a process she is afraid of facing when her US visa expires.
The Switch is the first gaming system that works anywhere and everywhere. But it also makes a strong case for modular gadgets — ones with malleable, changeable, hot-swappable parts that turn one thing into many things.
Subway stations’ complex tunnel systems are a mystery even to most regular riders. Architect Candy Chan's new x-ray maps demystify the paths in and around them.
Launched last year and continuing into next year, a pilot program in London is testing the efficacy of a peculiar new traffic calming measure — one that uses tricks of perspective to slow drivers.
Don Greer and his wife, Helen, hid in a tornado shelter. Only he survived. Now, a team of engineers has committed to doing the impossible: building a structure that's stronger and smarter than the merciless, random powers of nature itself.
'Behold The Kickmen' might be taking the piss out of the beautiful game, but it still has some interesting design decisions the FIFA franchise could learn from.
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