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Someone fell into artist Anish Kapoor’s bottomless pit sculpture

Someone fell into artist Anish Kapoor’s bottomless pit sculpture

Or, an accounting of the most absurd art-world accidents in recent history. On August 13, an Italian man was perusing the British artist Anish Kapoor’s art in a Portuguese art museum when he
Designers at top companies don’t use trendy fonts. Here’s what they use instead

Designers at top companies don’t use trendy fonts. Here’s what they use instead

“People don’t look like their Instagram shots. True. People are not as happy as their Facebook profiles are trying to convince us. True. And designers don’t use all that trendy font combinations.
The end of ads

The end of ads

Advertising is obsolete, writes University of Kentucky’s Ramsi Woodcock. Here’s why it’s time to end it. Since it first became clear that Russian agents spent thousands of dollars a month on
WeTransfer wants to rule the business of creativity

WeTransfer wants to rule the business of creativity

FiftyThree, one of the best app development studios in the world, has been acquired in WeTransfer’s attempt to become a global platform for creativity. WeTransfer, the file-sharing service with 42
Why is the process of buying sperm so terrible?

Why is the process of buying sperm so terrible?

Smart Design’s Stephanie Yung shares some ideas for injecting humanity into the deeply impersonal process of bringing a life into the world. Nothing really prepares you for purchasing sperm. It’s not
Casper’s next frontier: Your entire bedroom

Casper’s next frontier: Your entire bedroom

It launched with one single product: a mattress. But Casper is now a purveyor of sheets, blankets, duvets, platform beds, and nightstands.Casper may be among the best-known mattress brands on the
The secret weapon that could help decide the messaging wars

The secret weapon that could help decide the messaging wars

Tactical, data-driven UX is helping upstart Viber build a billion-user base. The messaging app Viber has a billion registered users–but its estimated 260 million active monthly users are concentrated
This crazy concrete ceiling could revolutionize how we build

This crazy concrete ceiling could revolutionize how we build

A building’s slab is rarely seen and even more rarely talked about. But a team of Swiss engineers is revolutionizing how slabs are designed. Swiss engineers have developed a construction technique
Paris redesigned the urinal, but the real problem is the urinators

Paris redesigned the urinal, but the real problem is the urinators

Why do we have to change public places to accommodate ill-mannered men? Paris, like every other metropolis in the world, has a problem: Everything smells like pee, thanks to men who relieve themselves
Behold! The first popsicle that won’t melt

Behold! The first popsicle that won’t melt

It was inspired by a secretive World War II project to use ice as a structural material for aircraft carriers. Nothing ruins a lackadaisical summer day like a frozen treat dripping down your hand
This “city” for people with dementia is the future of memory care

This “city” for people with dementia is the future of memory care

“It’s going back to how we did it before we institutionalized our way of treating elderly,” says one of the architects.The average nursing home can be depressingly institutional. For the growing
The $29 billion battle to own how America sleeps is heating up

The $29 billion battle to own how America sleeps is heating up

Casper has snagged a whopping $239.5 million in VC funding. But Saatva and Amerisleep believe there is value in slower, self-funded growth. Who will win? There’s a $29 billion battle being waged on
What it’s like to design for Sesame Workshop

What it’s like to design for Sesame Workshop

Digital design director Breonna Rodriguez talks to Doreen Lorenzo about the biggest challenge of working at Sesame Workshop, the particulars of designing for toddlers, and why it’s a great time to be
Ikea debuts its least Ikea-like collection yet

Ikea debuts its least Ikea-like collection yet

“Pretty, ugly, lovely.” That’s how the Swedish furniture giant describes its new collection with artist Per B Sundberg.Gone are the days of associating Ikea with sensible minimalism for the masses—at
Your jeans are sexist

Your jeans are sexist

A data viz investigation. Any person who wears women’s jeans knows just how annoying the front pockets are. You can barely stuff your hand in there, let alone your phone or wallet. What’s the point of
The real reason your company switched to an open plan office

The real reason your company switched to an open plan office

We’ve heard a lot about their supposed benefits to workers over the years. In reality, they’re a financial boon to companies. Open offices suck. Recent research shows that they can decrease
Sick of Facebook’s creepy ad targeting? Try this new tool

Sick of Facebook’s creepy ad targeting? Try this new tool

“You as a Facebook user taking action to [deny] advertisers access to information is a political move.”When she was in college, data researcher and Mozilla Foundation fellow Rebecca Ricks began
This $2,995 home gym is like Peloton for weight-lifting

This $2,995 home gym is like Peloton for weight-lifting

Can sleek design and engineering innovation make the home gym into a chic conversation piece? Most weightlifting equipment that you’d find at the average gym is bulky and mechanical, not to mention
Designers are hilariously mocking Trump’s Space Force logos

Designers are hilariously mocking Trump’s Space Force logos

It’s a space farce. Last week, Donald Trump’s reelection campaign shared a selection of terrible logos for Space Force (or Space Farce, as I call it), the new arm of the military that the president
How houseplants could save us from toxic buildings

How houseplants could save us from toxic buildings

Scientists think that plants could help us monitor our buildings for everything from mold and radon to volatile organic compounds. Biophilia—the act of fostering human connections to nature through