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These wacky chairs help women exact revenge on manspreaders

These wacky chairs help women exact revenge on manspreaders

Men aren’t allowed to sit on them. While researching the way people present themselves online, furniture designer Anna Aagaard Jensen began studying videos of male and female guests on The Tonight
Practical smart clothing might finally be near

Practical smart clothing might finally be near

A new scientific breakthrough could finally enable electricity-powered clothing that’s suitable for everyday use. The idea of smart clothing is nice, but most people don’t want to wear a T-shirt that
One overlooked midterm takeaway? The green wave in cities

One overlooked midterm takeaway? The green wave in cities

Voters turned out for mayors focused on fighting climate change, from enacting new building regulations to shifting how people get around cities. Being pro-environment was a winning strategy for this
This is the most interesting UI design of the year so far

This is the most interesting UI design of the year so far

Created by a design student to make controlling privacy easier, it cleverly reimagines how to teach users to protect themselves.Cookies are omnipresent online, and while some browsers block trackers
Crowdsourced design needs to die

Crowdsourced design needs to die

It devalues design and designers themselves. Behold the finalists for the next symbol of Mexico City’s government. These are the best ideas from a controversial public contest led by the city’s new
Self-driving cars will be for sex, scientists say

Self-driving cars will be for sex, scientists say

Nearly 60% of all Americans have had sex in cars. Just wait until the cars can drive themselves. Self-driving cars will change the way we travel and work. But according to researchers studying the
Terrible ballot design may have decided Florida’s Senate race

Terrible ballot design may have decided Florida’s Senate race

One county’s bad design decision could shape the U.S. Senate for years to come. The results of Florida’s tight Senate race may have been ruined by a poorly designed ballot that caused voters to miss
The hoodie: A perfect garment 3,000 years in the making

The hoodie: A perfect garment 3,000 years in the making

From ancient Greece to Silicon Valley. Paola Antonelli is senior curator of architecture and design and director of R&D at MoMA. She’s responsible for adding important cultural artifacts to the
A creative’s guide to starting a new business

A creative’s guide to starting a new business

Have an idea but don’t know where to start? Here’s a step-by-step guide. This guide was originally published in The Creative Independent, a resource of interviews, wisdom, and how-to guides for
Nendo’s emergency hand-crank charger is surprisingly beautiful

Nendo’s emergency hand-crank charger is surprisingly beautiful

The studio’s clever design makes it easier to charge, too. Power outages might not happen very often, but it pays to be prepared. It’s a good idea to have a charger that you can power yourself, either
This AI shows you how your face would look as a celebrity

This AI shows you how your face would look as a celebrity

This experiment in computer vision may make you appreciate your own quirks that much more. I look like the completely forgettable leading man in any Lifetime holiday movie. Or pretty much any white
Chilling lessons from a 6-month journey to the edge of the Earth

Chilling lessons from a 6-month journey to the edge of the Earth

Two photojournalists traveled almost 10,000 miles around the Arctic last summer, documenting a new world borne by melting ice.In the late 19th century, Arctic mania gripped the world. Explorers raced

See Frank Lloyd Wright’s lost buildings in these stunning images

A series of photorealistic 3D renderings reveals unbuilt or demolished buildings by the seminal American architect.Frank Lloyd Wright’s widely admired work made him the most iconic American architect
Yes, even your pockets are sexist. These startups are fighting back

Yes, even your pockets are sexist. These startups are fighting back

For 300 years, most women’s clothes have lacked functional pockets. Thanks to a group of women-led brands, that’s starting to change. Three years ago, Evelyn Frison set out to re-engineer professional
These women-led startups are fighting patriarchy with pockets

These women-led startups are fighting patriarchy with pockets

For 300 years, most women’s clothes have lacked functional pockets. Now, a growing number of fashion companies are challenging pocket privilege. Three years ago, Evelyn Frison set out to reengineer
These photos capture the eeriness of the luxury condo racket

These photos capture the eeriness of the luxury condo racket

Photographer Lewis Bush uses double exposures to portray the ultimate paean to urban inequality: the luxury high rise. Luxury high rises are monuments to the rich–and they’re everywhere in today’s
This cookware startup wants to take on Le Creuset, All-Clad, and Mauviel

This cookware startup wants to take on Le Creuset, All-Clad, and Mauviel

An award-winning food writer and a Warby Parker alum team up to create Great Jones–a direct-to-consumer brand selling stylish pots and pans that won’t break the bank.As an award-winning food writer,
The Netherlands’ new train cars are nicer than your office

The Netherlands’ new train cars are nicer than your office

Designed by the architects at Mecanoo, these mobile work spaces look downright utopian. Next year, 373 million people will find themselves on Dutch National Railway Company trains (dubbed NS), and for
The hardest job in Silicon Valley is a living nightmare

The hardest job in Silicon Valley is a living nightmare

In the documentary “The Cleaners,” we meet the people who do the exhausting, ambiguous, and traumatizing work of content moderation. “My mom always told me, if I don’t study well, I’ll end up as a
How Trump is changing the visual culture of politics

How Trump is changing the visual culture of politics

“Trump’s no Kim Kardashian, but their shared sense of visual branding defines this campaign.” Every election has its iconic images. Or does it?Read Full Story