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With a search for succulents on Instagram bringing up more than six million results alone, it’s clear we are head over heels for houseplants. With a search for succulents on Instagram bringing up more than six million results alone, it’s clear we are head over heels for houseplants. Source: TheRead More →

Cathay restaurant, innovatively redesigned by minggu design, is located at guochuang park in Nanjing city, China. this historical park is adjacent to ming great wall on the west and qin huai river on the east. extending nearly 130-year industrial context, this place has been maintained and updated after the public realization of theRead More →

Aspiring writers and avid readers alike are sure to admire this inspiring selection of three writer’s home designs. These amazing places are absolutely stacked to the rafters with towering bookcases, bespoke bookshelves and expansive home library setups that could make just about anyone yearn to write – or turn –Read More →

To update our  report on UX design for children , we recently conducted user testing with kids aged 3 to 12 using websites and applications on laptops and mobile devices. We ran individual sessions for the youngest (3–5) and oldest (9–11) age groups, and dyads for participants aged 6 toRead More →

Updated interior finishes and a new guest house are among the modifications that US studio Butler Armsden Architects has made to a 44-year-old, wood-clad residence that overlooks the Pacific Ocean. The holiday home , called Bluff Reach, is situated on a rocky site overlooking the ocean and dotted with cypressRead More →

overlooking the scenic landscape of the island of Santorini, a private residence by kapsimalis architects is designed to resemble a piece of volcanic rock. with a form as if shaped by the sea and wind, the monolithic structure measures 20 meters in length and width and is made of a mixture of soil and cement that allows it to adapt to the colours and textures of the environment aroundRead More →

Oslo-based studio Haugen/Zohar Arkitekter ’ s latest addition to the Norwegian coastline proves that public toilets don’t have to be an eyesore. The Ureddplassen Rest Stop sits in northern Norway in the region of Gildeskål. Situated at the head of a fjord, overlooking the Norwegian Sea and the snow-capped mountainsRead More →

Inspired by Nike’s revolutionary 3D-printed Flyprint technology and Errolson Hugh, designer and CGI artist Janis Sne has developed an ACG concept shoe titled Prototype 01. Borrowing elements from Nike’s DNA including its familiar Gore-Tex material, lightweight foam sole and performance utility, Sne has developed a sleek and advanced example ofRead More →

The buildings and infrastructure of the not-so-distant future might look like they have dropped here from an alien planet thanks to the complex geometries and curvaceous surfaces robotic building technologies are able to produce. 3D printing in metal and concrete are among the biggest breakthroughs, but robots can also setRead More →

ÉCAL students have set up a pop-up factory during Milan design week, where they are 3D printing a range of design objects on demand. Called ÉCAL Digital Market, the exhibition was set up by students from the Swiss university’s Master Product Design course to explore the changing nature of theRead More →

Deciding what tattoo to get is a life-changing decision – after all, without expensive and painful removal surgery, they’re going to last forever. And while getting an important name or date etched on your skin will likely remain poignant for years to come, if you’re going to get creative there areRead More →

This post was inspired by the topic of our upcoming webinar series, DesignTalks: Careers. Be sure to save your spot here to join Leslie and other design leaders, as they share their personal tips and advice for advancing your career. Source: Why happy accidents and a non-linear career path areRead More →

The mobile wave hit hard. As early as 2014, internet usage for mobile apps eclipsed usage for desktop (in the U.S.), and not long after in 2016, total internet browsing on mobile surpassed that on the desktop (worldwide). This wave changed the game of digital design. Source: Desktop vs. mobileRead More →

Instagram is one of the best sites to find quality UX inspiration. But you need to know who to follow and which hashtags are worth browsing. I’m hoping this article will set you on the right path with a collection of the 12 best UX accounts on Instagram. Source: 10Read More →

Conversational UX is a user experience that combines chat, voice or any other natural language-based technology to mimic a human conversation. It doesn’t matter whether the conversation between machine and human is via a voice-enabled product or application, such as Siri or Alexa or through a text-based conversational interface suchRead More →

Creativity 7 Quick (and Free) Ways to Find Inspiration and Be More Creative in 2019 Getting your creative mojo back can be easier than you think. CREDIT: Getty Images ‘Tis the season for setting fresh resolutions for the new year! Source: 7 Quick (and Free) Ways to Find Inspiration andRead More →

  Instagram is the worst social media site in terms of its impact on the mental health of young people, a report has suggested. The #StatusofMind survey found the photo-sharing app negatively impacted on people’s body image, sleep and fear of missing out. Source: Instagram ranked worst social network forRead More →

The picture of the tortured artist has endured for centuries: creative geniuses who struggle with their metaphorical demons and don’t relate to life the same way as most people. Today, we know some of this can be attributed to mental illness: depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, and many others. Source: MentalRead More →

Self-care has often been dismissed as a millennial fad – but these books promote the idea that looking after your well-being is sensible rather than selfish. And for those who suffer with mental health issues, it’s essential. “Self-care techniques and general lifestyle changes can be very useful in helping usRead More →

From schools and colleges introducing design thinking to books, documentaries and podcasts on design, the discipline is finding more takers and becoming more mainstream. Victor Papanek begins his book ‘Design for the Real World’ with the following words: All men are designers. Source: Interested in design? Look around: there isRead More →