Graphic Design News

  • Today Posted: May 5 2021 @ 13:05 | From: www.fastcompany.com

    Nintendo’s Game Builder Garage Teaches Your Kid To Code

    No company has left a bigger mark on the way video games are made than Nintendo. Now, Nintendo has a plan to teach the next generation of game makers. Game Builder Garage is Nintendo’s first game that promises to teach some of the earliest fundamentals in coding. By going through seven foolproof les... Read more

  • Today Posted: May 5 2021 @ 1:00 | From: www.fastcompany.com

    Used Furniture Is About To Become A $16.6 Billion Business. Even Ikea Is Getting In On It

    Okay, I’ll admit it. I’ve bought furniture on impulse or out of desperation without thinking about its environmental impact. That rickety $150 Ikea bed I used for only two years in grad school. The $99 Target bar cart I picked up while shopping for a party. The $75 Wayfair lamp that completed my liv... Read more

  • Today Posted: May 5 2021 @ 0:00 | From: www.fastcompany.com

    Need A Gift For Mother’s Day? Try This $800 Billion Bouquet Of Flowers

    Last year, Girls Who Code founder Reshma Saujani suggested that American mothers should be paid $2,400 a month, as part of a wider Marshall Plan for Moms. The idea was to offer some compensation for all the unpaid labor that mothers have been forced to take on, particularly during the pandemic, with... Read more

  • Posted: May 4 2021 @ 7:50 | From: www.fastcompany.com

    This Reimagined Stairlift Proves That Accessible Design Can Be Beautiful

    The U.S. population is aging, and though one in five of Americans will be over the age 65 by 2030, the design world doesn’t seem all that intent on capturing the market. London-based design studio Pearson Lloyd feels differently. The studio has created a stairlift called Flow X that offers a refresh... Read more

  • Posted: May 4 2021 @ 5:00 | From: www.fastcompany.com

    This DIY Office In A Box Will Transform Your WFH Setup

    Work from home means very different things to different people: work from couch; work from bed; work from a chair stacked on a table, knee-deep in kids’ toys. If you’re one of those people, a new open-source design called the Transform Box could be a magic blueprint for a work-from-home setup that h... Read more

  • Posted: May 4 2021 @ 4:00 | From: www.fastcompany.com

    How California’s Wildfires Inspired A Faster, Cheaper Way To Build Homes

    After wildfires destroyed thousands of homes in Northern California in 2017, residents and local officials hoping to rebuild hit a wall. The demand for new homes in places like Napa and Sonoma counties was high, but the number of laborers and contractors able to build those homes fell far short. “In... Read more

  • Posted: May 4 2021 @ 3:53 | From: www.brandingmag.com

    Branding’s Perfect 10 – The PR Afterthought

    When considering the future of branding and brands, it is important to properly understand that Communications is now a fractured, complex, and diverse discipline. The challenge for a PR and brand team – and, indeed, for an entire business – is to get everyone working as one.... Read more

  • Posted: May 4 2021 @ 3:00 | From: www.fastcompany.com

    To Keep Schools Open During The Next Pandemic, They’ll Need To Look Like This

    Of all the places that weren’t designed to handle a pandemic, schools may be among the worst. Small classrooms packed with dozens of young people can be swimming with viral droplets. Unable to adapt, schools around the world were forced to send their students home. But it doesn’t have to be this way... Read more

  • Posted: May 4 2021 @ 3:00 | From: www.creativereview.co.uk

    In Praise Of Hybrid Creativity

    We may have talked about the benefits of the creative polymath for centuries, yet most agencies keep their talent frustratingly siloed, says Wayne Deakin, ECD, EMEA at Huge. And it's to the detriment of what brands need today The post In praise of hybrid creativity appeared first on Creative Review. Read more

  • Posted: May 4 2021 @ 2:01 | From: www.fastcompany.com

    New Balance Unveils The World’s Ugliest Shoes

    Last week, New Balance released a new collection of sneakers in its Made Responsibly line. The shoes are made with a mix of factory scraps and new materials, and each pair is unique, thanks to the variety of sourced materials and the design is the standard New Balance 998 model. There were about 2,7... Read more