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  • Posted: April 15 2021 @ 2:00 | From:

    California Tapped A Star Designer To Make An ‘I Voted’ Sticker For COVID-19 Vaccinations

    A recent poll by NPR and Marist found that as many as 1 in 4 Americans will refuse to get a COVID-19 vaccine—a stat that’s largely in line with what other polls have been finding. But given that we need as much as 85% of the country vaccinated in order to reach herd immunity, we need to convince eve... Read more

  • Posted: April 15 2021 @ 1:00 | From:

    Is Zoom’s UX Subtly Sexist?

    Zoom fatigue is real. Especially if you’re a woman. A new study from Stanford University shows that over 13.8% of women feel “very” to “extremely” fatigued after video conference calls, compared to 5.5% of men. So naturally, the researchers wanted to know why. The study delved deep into the numbers... Read more

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    Racist Policies Have Kept Black Americans From Owning Homes. A New Program Wants To Fix That

    America has a homeownership imbalance. Nationwide, 74% of white households own their homes. For Black households that number is far lower, just 44%. Racist lending policies such as redlining and a lack of generational wealth and buying power have long hindered Black households when it comes to buyin... Read more

  • Posted: April 14 2021 @ 22:00 | From:

    Bang & Olufsen’s Latest Speaker System Looks Like Nothing Else On The Market

    There’s a big divide in the industrial design of home electronics. On one side, you have the tech that broadcasts itself: It’s black or silver, pared back, but unmistakably something you plug in (think Sonos). On the other side, you have tech that tries to camouflage into your home, so it’s covered... Read more

  • Posted: April 14 2021 @ 8:17 | From:

    What Brands Can Learn About Music Through Film And Television

    The time of the year for the glitz and glamor of the Golden Globes has come and passed once more. Though theatres have mostly been shuttered due to safety during the pandemic, the awards went on. While it was not the usual raucous, booze-fueled soirée, there are still a ton o... Read more

  • Posted: April 14 2021 @ 5:00 | From:

    You Know A Lot Less About New York Than You Think. These Graphics Prove It

    Manhattan’s grid is iconic. But it’s hardly the heart and soul of the city. A new book maps New York City in ways that no architect or urban planner could. [Image: courtesy Abrams Books]The book, Decoding Manhattan by architect Antonis Antoniou and designer and author Steven Heller, uses more than t... Read more

  • Posted: April 14 2021 @ 4:00 | From:

    What Brooklyn Rats Can Teach Us About Designing Cities For Everyone

    Go to a government technology or innovation conference and look around, and you’ll see that the majority of attendees tend to be white and male. In 2015, women made up 22% of the government tech workforce, while white men made up over 50%. White workers make up about 70%. The numbers are even more l... Read more

  • Posted: April 14 2021 @ 3:09 | From:

    New Brand Nuud Aims To Shake Up The Chewing Gum Sector

    Mother Design has created the look for Nuud, which despite its cheery styling and illustrations, comes with a serious message The post New brand Nuud aims to shake up the chewing gum sector appeared first on Creative Review. Read more

  • Posted: April 14 2021 @ 3:08 | From:

    Cornelius Joksch Explores How Obsessions Can Take Over In His Animated Short

    Having released his first animation post-university, Joksch discusses personal style, and the joys and challenges of working solo The post Cornelius Joksch explores how obsessions can take over in his animated short appeared first on Creative Review. Read more

  • Posted: April 14 2021 @ 3:04 | From:

    Gucci’s Show Invitation Is A Retro Puzzle Book

    Guests had better brush up on their Gucci trivia, as the event details for its new virtual presentation are buried in a puzzle book filled with crosswords, quizzes and sudoku The post Gucci’s show invitation is a retro puzzle book appeared first on Creative Review. Read more