Cheesy Startup Office Design Gets Its Comeuppance
Design writer Chappell Ellison hilariously calls out the silliness of well-funded tech companies whose offices look like romper rooms.
The Trickery Of Food Photography, Revealed
If your homemade dishes never look quite as good as that photo spread in Bon Appétit, consider the amount of primping and prodding it takes for that level of perfection. Frosty glasses get the spray-on deodorant treatment, milk is probably actually suntan lotion, and food coloring is applied to everything.
Designing An App For People With Severe Mental Illness
Slowly but surely, America is winning its war on smoking. People with severe mental illnesses are believed to consume one out of every three cigarettes sold in this country. Funded by the National Institute of Drug Abuse, Learn to Quit is the first mobile app that has been specifically designed to help the severely mentally ill quit smoking.
The 4-Inch iPhone Expected To Debut At Apple's March 21 Event
Apple is expected to resuscitate the 4-inch iPhone at its press event March 21st. The new device, which some believe will be called the iPhone se, will offer a much faster processor and rounded edges in the style of the iPhone 6 and 6s.
With 33 Employees, Nextbit Hopes To Succeed In Ways That Smartphone Giants Can't
What if you could build a smartphone startup that had virtually nothing in common with the category's biggest names? Enter Nextbit. It can make phones with a staff that small because it's comfortable relying on outside expertise and resources to accomplish a lot of heavy lifting rather than doing as much as possible itself.
Amazing Stroller Collapses To Fit In A Large Handbag
If you're a parent, your stroller can be both a blessing and a curse, especially when traveling. Available today, the Pockit from infant accessory brand gb is a minimalist stroller that aims to solve those problems.
Hand-Printed Tabley Cases Made from Recycled Paper Cement Bags
Thanda is a new online store that carries ethically made products for the home from South Africa. Their ethos is to support small businesses, while providing skill training and income for communities in South Africa. The first product they’re launching is a collection of four tablet and iPad cases that are hand printed with four individual designs.
The Beautiful Colors of Northern Morocco
Italian photographer Claudia Corrent was marked by delicate and pastel colors of Morocco. She came back from her trip with brilliant photos that explore the relation between inhabitants and their vast environment.