Posts tagged as: design

Hmmm, This Logo Sure Looks Familiar

Graphic design trends---like all trends, really---come and go. And right now designers can't get enough of these 3-D visual identities. The post Hmmm, This Logo

Bees Help Build Gorgeous Maps of NYC’s Microbes

Microbes are everywhere---from the walls of your intestines to the surface of your desk to the sidewalks in your neighborhood. You just can't see them.

Mozilla Wants You to Help Redesign Its Logo. Seriously

Most rebrandings happen behind closed doors. Mozilla wanted to try something different. The post Mozilla Wants You to Help Redesign Its Logo. Seriously appeared first

7 Clever Ways to Fight Flooding in an Increasingly Wet World

Countries around the world are buttressing and planning as floods like those in Louisiana become commonplace. The post 7 Clever Ways to

Oh You’ll Get Used to Robo-Cars—Uber Will Make Sure of It

Today, Uber finds itself in a position where it makes more sense to develop an interface that behaves like a trusty chauffeur

Help This Designer Illustrate Every Gold-Winning Woman at Rio

"There's such a wide variety of body types out there," says graphic designer Wendy Fox. "But then, there's a huge variety of

Maybach concept boasts 738 electric horsepower and over 18 feet of luxury – Roadshow

The Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6 concept car, shown at Monterey Car Week, combines design cues from historical aero coupes while propelling itself with a powerful electric

World’s ‘most exceptional’ classic car crowned

To classic car enthusiasts it's known simply as "Pebble Beach" -- a week-long series of events on California's Monterey Peninsula each August, culminating in the

Giant statue of nude woman spurs debate on California tech campus – CNET

Some people love the message behind a new statue set to grace the San Leandro Tech Center. But not everything thinks it should stand there.

The Beautiful Yet Twisted History of Psychological Testing

Psychobook, a new book out this September, is a collection of the old, beautiful, and often bizarre psychological tests used throughout history. The post The

How you redesigned CNET’s mobile site without even knowing it – CNET

We're serving our site to you the way you want it.

How architecture shaped Fire Island Pines

"Orgy is a grand old tradition of Fire Island," wrote New York Magazine in 1972.

This Bot Tweets a Totally Fantastical Map Every Hour

A Twitterbot called @unchartedatlas has tweeted thousands of fictional black-and-white maps. The post This Bot Tweets a Totally Fantastical Map Every Hour appeared first on

Clever App Brings the Food Label Into the Modern Age

Sage Project transforms the black and white food label into colorful, easy-to-read infographics. The post Clever App Brings the Food Label Into the Modern Age

The Rich Kid’s Guide to Stocking a Million-Dollar Dorm

Just sold your second company to Facebook to focus on schoolwork? Great! Turn your dreary dorm room and its twin XL beds into the lap

Every Olympian Is Kind of a Cyborg

From the strictest purist's perspective, no one at the Olympics is there to "compete clean." The post Every Olympian Is Kind of a Cyborg

The new MacBook Pro: Will it solve the Apple laptop shopper’s dilemma? – CNET

Commentary: With new MacBook Pro models on the horizon, where does Apple's laptop lineup current stand?

Olympic Equestrians’ Vests Double As Airbags. Airbags!

Equestrian sports are widely regarded as the most dangerous at the Summer Olympics. Inflatable vests could help make them safer. The post Olympic Equestrians' Vests

How the Stranger Things Titles Came Out So Perfectly Retro

On Netflix's new sci-fi nostalgia-fest, the slow reveal of the iconic typography and the creepy Moroder–esque synth conjure the era perfectly. The post How the

Why Olympic Sharpshooters Insist On Looking Like Cyborgs

The gold medal for badass Olympics gear goes to shooting glasses---cyborgian specs that looked like they could've been plucked straight off Deadshot's face. The post

A 30,000-Square-Foot Olympics Mural May Just Be a Record

Street artist Kobra's colorful piece depicts indigenous people from five continents. The post A 30,000-Square-Foot Olympics Mural May Just Be a Record appeared first on

Every Page of This Wooden Book Is a Fiendish Puzzle

The Codex Silenda looks like a book, but it's actually five mind-bending puzzles. The post Every Page of This Wooden Book Is a Fiendish Puzzle

Dwell.com Reinvents Itself as a Social Network for Design Nerds

Dwell calls its new platform an “interest network,” which is like a more tightly curated social network. The post Dwell.com Reinvents Itself as a Social

Police: Boy died of neck injury at water park slide

Kansas state police are investigating the death of a child Sunday on a water slide at the Schlitterbahn water park.

A White Room Doesn’t Have to Be Boring! 8 Easy Ways to Spruce up Your Space

Most small white room can be a boring white boxes. Here are eight ideas that will help give your small space a big personality.

Milton Glaser Rated Every Olympics Logo Ever. This Was His Favorite

Glaser grants a strikingly simple design from the 1964 Tokyo summer Olympics his highest score. The post Milton Glaser Rated Every Olympics Logo Ever. This

Mitsubishi’s latest concept is yet another SUV – Roadshow

The car maker's designers realize there are other vehicle types, right?

Nissan’s BladeGlider is a zero-emissions, high-performance…thing – Roadshow

It reminds me a bit of DeltaWing, but without the ridiculous difference in front and rear track.

Apple’s New Squirt Gun Emoji Hides a Big Political Statement

With iOS 10, Apple is entering the conversation around gun control. The post Apple’s New Squirt Gun Emoji Hides a Big Political Statement appeared first

Thanks to Hillary, the Humble Campaign Pin Is Making a Big Comeback

The Forty-Five Pin Project is exactly what it sounds like: 45 campaign pins that all proclaim you’re with her. The post Thanks to Hillary, the

Why Overwatch’s Summer Games items are restricted to loot boxes – CNET

Blizzard doesn't necessarily want everyone to get all 100-plus items.

After the Games, Rio’s Stadiums Won’t Rot—They’ll Transform

Venues will become schools, pools, and other community venues after the Games The post After the Games, Rio’s Stadiums Won’t Rot—They’ll Transform appeared first on

Don’t Understand Graffiti? Here It Is Translated in Helvetica

Mathieu Tremblin paints over graffiti tags, and re-stencils them. But not in graffiti script—in Helvetica, Arial, Times New Roman, and Georgia. The post Don’t Understand

Dusty old cars sell for $80,000

A 20-year-old beat up Hyundai SUV isn't anyone's idea of a dream car.

Car Ads Didn’t Used to Be So Bleh. They Were Serious Art

Take a trip back to the golden age of beautiful cars—and the brochures that sold them. The post Car Ads Didn't Used to Be So

Design FX: Hardly Anything in Star Trek Beyond Is Real

Sure, the acting is real—but most of the spaceships and aliens in Justin Lin's latest addition to the franchise were made with VFX. Here's how.

Plastic Bags Are Horrible. But They Sure Can Be Beautiful

Vilde Rolfsen collects plastic sacks and transforms them into stunning mountains, canyons, and rivers. The post Plastic Bags Are Horrible. But They Sure Can Be

This Graffiti’s Only an Illusion if You’re in the Right Place

It's the work of Felice Varini, a vantage-point painter who’s spent nearly 40 years covering buildings in very big optical illusions. The post This Graffiti’s

Why Do Men and Women Take Their Shirts off Differently?

When undressing, women tend to cross their arms around their waists and pull their shirts up from the bottom, while men grab their shirts from

Elon Musk Wants to Make Solar Tech Lustworthy. Smart Move

In the near future, installation costs and solar cell efficiency won't be what keeps people from going solar. It'll be looks. The post Elon Musk
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