Sans-serif fonts, pastel palettes, long-limbed cartoons. Why are these designs so popular? And why do they garner criticism?
Cities were designed to serve a world with different gender roles, where men went to work and women stayed home with children, says journalist Antonia Cundy.
Lately, a lot of brands are embracing a minimalist look.
Ten years ago the economy broke and changed the way we live.
You can thank inclusive design for typewriters, flexible straws and the technology behind iPhone screens.
A new study found that employees looked for other ways to regain privacy, like sending email to a nearby colleague.
Ultra Violet is a purple of protests.
Hint: they want you to buy more snacks.