A new app gives you the ability to sketch freely in a three-dimensional, digital space.
As the marketplace balloons, shoppers look to online apps to vet products for ethical violations, and to actors for book recommendations.
From fitting rooms to phone apps, the touchscreen has invaded and completely transformed every aspect of the shopping experience.
￼New York–based start-up TheTake has a new way for us to consume films.
Physical comfort and energy savings come together in a new app by Building Robotics.
Robochop has great ambitions—to turn everyone into designers.
A look at the season's handiest mobile design applications
Powerful video-based tools allow seamless collaboration around the world.
A young San Francisco designer directs a diverse array of artists and makers to create an office of uncommon warmth and wit.
Edyn, fuseproject's latest, promises to improve your gardening and change the future of farming. All in a day's work.
Grimshaw Architects’ long and fruitful engagement with industrial design is celebrated in an exhibition at this month’s Milan Furniture Fair.
Research at the Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design is transforming the practice—and the very definition—of universal design.
The latest combinations of gadgets and apps make tracking one’s well-being easier than ever.
Morpholio Trace 2.0 gives architects a digital drawing platform, complete with canary yellow trace.
Creating a library of digital tools for users and makers
The American Institute of Architects is committed to creating solutions for public health.
After we got our dream team of architects and designers to come up with their brilliant solutions for the inclusive city of tomorrow, we needed a cover for our October issue that would be worthy of the ideas inside. So…
When I heard that Fab.com, a flourishing e-commerce site that recently reached the 2 million mark in membership and that this month, the site is introducing five new vertical shops, I wanted to get a peek behind the scenes. So…