If you love automobile design and history, find a way to attend the Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance at the Ritz Carlton in March. Not your average gathering of local Mustangs or lowered 1990s Civics.
Great analysis by designer Michael Flarup on how the fall updates to Apple’s operating systems may move interface design back from the stark minimalism of Johnny Ive’s iOS 7 and Google’s Material Design and towards… fun.
This Toptal post explores if digital design such as interfaces will ever have a timeless quality like some physical products.
The Face Plant is a planter designed to hold a pair of glasses.
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Well-written and funny design journalism. The author hopes to see the end of interior design based on printed sayings, West Elm sofas, pink and other millennial trends.
The collective mapping project K67 – The Kiosk Shots, initiated by Publicplan Amsterdam, wants to show how the public space in Eastern Europe is determined and linked by the K67 kiosk design.
If you’ve wondered why how the world kept cool in the summer before air conditioning, this is an interesting read about traditional building design.
If you always wanted the $5000+ Design Within Reach official Eames chair, or the even harder to find original version, but would prefer to spend under $600, try this listing on AliExpress.
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Post from a Toptal expert on the basics of using psychology to design data visualization and infographics.