Designed with the beauty company’s research incubator, the miniscule device can detect ultraviolet exposure to aid with skin cancer prevention.
Yves Béhar has developed ten rules for designing for an increasingly networked, augmented world. But what his decalogue leaves out is telling.
Two projects in the “New Old” exhibit at London’s Design Museum—a robotics-enhanced suit and a desktop companion—demonstrate a sea change in attitudes towards aging and technology.
Yves Behar teams up with Happiest Baby to design a crib that will help your baby—and you—get more sleep.
Edyn, fuseproject's latest, promises to improve your gardening and change the future of farming. All in a day's work.
A third-generation aluminum fabricator reinvents itself by opening up to design.
Almost 50 years after the Action Office, Herman Miller embarks on the next big rethinking of the workplace: the Living Office. It is the ultimate twenty-first-century work-in-progress.