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What Is Zero UI? (And Why Is It Crucial To The Future Of Design?)

For better or worse, a large amount of design work these days is visual. That makes sense, since the most essential products we interact with have screens. But as the internet of things surrounds us with devices that can hear

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What Is Zero UI? (And Why Is It Crucial To The Future Of Design?)

For better or worse, a large amount of design work these days is visual. That makes sense, since the most essential products we interact with have screens. But as the internet of things surrounds us with devices that can hear

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Smart Home Device Makes You ‘Awair’ of Poor Air Quality

A few years ago, Ronald Ro started doing something that might be considered strange to anyone outside of Silicon Valley: He attached a homemade air-quality sensor, made with an Arduino board, to his young daughter’s backpack, and began monitoring levels

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Smart Home Device Makes You ‘Awair’ of Poor Air Quality

A few years ago, Ronald Ro started doing something that might be considered strange to anyone outside of Silicon Valley: He attached a homemade air-quality sensor, made with an Arduino board, to his young daughter’s backpack, and began monitoring levels

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AIAIAI Tracks Headphones

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Why We Love Objects With Moving Parts

When we think of futuristic user interfaces, we often envision expansive, glossy, multi-touch surfaces. Whether we realize it or not, one of the most influential architects of these preconceptions is the television series Star Trek: The Next Generation. While designing

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Why We Love Objects With Moving Parts

When we think of futuristic user interfaces, we often envision expansive, glossy, multi-touch surfaces. Whether we realize it or not, one of the most influential architects of these preconceptions is the television series Star Trek: The Next Generation. While designing

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Designs of the Year 2015 category winners announced

Google’s self-driving car, a proposal for clearing plastic waste from the world’s oceans and a concrete university building in Santiago are among the category winners for this year’s Designs of the Year awards. London’s Design Museum has revealed the six

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Designs of the Year 2015 category winners announced

Google’s self-driving car, a proposal for clearing plastic waste from the world’s oceans and a concrete university building in Santiago are among the category winners for this year’s Designs of the Year awards. London’s Design Museum has revealed the six

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This year’s eighth annual Design of the Year nominees from London’s Design Museum have highlighted diverse projects that help expand the definition of what design means, from a text message system for pregnant cows to an ad campaign promoting homely

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Human organs-on-chips

This year’s eighth annual Design of the Year nominees from London’s Design Museum have highlighted diverse projects that help expand the definition of what design means, from a text message system for pregnant cows to an ad campaign promoting homely

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For internet addicts, a gadget to help you slow down and savor | The Verge

I have many connected screens in my life, and they are all built to deliver me an endless flow of information, entertainment, and distraction. But recently I spent a little time with the EO1, the first device from New York

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For internet addicts, a gadget to help you slow down and savor | The Verge

I have many connected screens in my life, and they are all built to deliver me an endless flow of information, entertainment, and distraction. But recently I spent a little time with the EO1, the first device from New York