For 300 years, most women's clothes have lacked functional pockets. Thanks to a group of women-led brands, that’s starting to change.
Future historians looking back on the Anthropocene may see the defining technology of our modern period as the chair rather than the computer, and it is having a major impact on our bodies.
An all-white bookstore in China, a residential building made of 140 shipping containers and other coolest design of the week.
The current prototypes aren't all that impressive, but they still may signify big things for the future.
The new iPad Pro is a computer from the future, with software from yesterday.
However useless you can imagine them being — they are even more useless than that.
The message from Western travel companies is crystal clear: these people would rather do any earthly thing besides field a phone call from you. The top travel companies in China don’t behave like this. They do not toss the plebs an email address and access to a knowledge-base and call it a day.
The internet suffers from a lack of imagination, so I asked my students to redesign it.
The first of its kind, this collection consists of every campaign logo from the 2018 election for United States Congress. The archive is a tool to explore trends and typologies that reveal themselves only when viewed in aggregate.
Designed by the architects at Mecanoo, these mobile work spaces look downright utopian.
A new breed of accessibility apps can make life easier for people with disabilities. They can also make it harder.
Phone makers wants to kill the notch — and it's inspiring some seriously weird new design moves.
Hay, the Danish mid-range manufacturer of furniture, housewares and accessories, is expanding in the United States.
Over the last few months, we've talked to top computer designers to get to the bottom of just why it's so hard to design the tablet-laptop hybrid device we've taken to calling "the impossible laptop."
Why we’re obsessed with stairways to nowhere
Let’s find out.
Duck it. Duck it all.
Texas voting machines are switching votes and state officials are trotting out a familiar excuse: Users are to blame.
It's a good thing "Drinkerbot" is simple to operate, because after a few of those Long Islands we probably couldn't do much more than press a button.
One Jalopnik writer has named everything that should be in the perfect car. Your move, automakers.
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