Why design has the power to easily say things that are often times uncomfortable.
Visualizations humorously depict people’s knowledge of traffic laws, the reality of online dating and more.
A ‘heart age’ calculator and a device that detects cardiovascular disease from eye scans.
The Mobile Fab is a beautiful example of innovative recycling.
Why young viewers are abandoning traditional TV when it comes to humorous content.
In an age of ubiquitous devices and sensors, privacy becomes an activity rather than a default state.
PSFK talks to CollegeHumor’s Co-founder about how being able to relate is the key to making people share your content online.
A new set of applications are turning touch devices into a mobile suite of creative tools that empowers artists.
Tickets are running out for the must-attend event for creative professionals.
The SmartMat can be programmed with a number of functions in a ‘smart home’ setting.
The tech company plans to place Gateway sensors around the city as part of their Smart City project.
A new study shows the huge leaps the Internet has made in producing and consuming content.
Portraits created from DNA, a road elevator for bikes and an edible water bottle were top stories this week.
This different kind of ‘dating site’ fits unexpected functions with unused spaces.
National Geographic Channel taps into different social media channels to create a hyper-connected view of our planet.
What exactly is the Internet of Things, and what opportunities does it present?
Chris Dancy uses over 300 trackers and services to record every data point in his life.
Simple magnetic constructions kits mean more democratized electronics
What was once Americans’ favorite pastime is on its way to becoming a historic relic.
Hiring efforts at budding news outlets like Project X continue to leave women by the wayside.
Designer Simone Rebaudengo created a network of toasters that are addicted to making toast and get jealous if used less frequently.
Whisp lets users chat with friends while they shop online.
Just one example of how Berg aims to create a connected home.
Twitter allows users to say whatever they want, so what are the words people are choosing to take up those 140 characters?
Ideapod is an online interface that helps people discover world-changing innovations and engage in global issues.
Why the next generation of wearables are putting fashion first.
Starting out as a silly side project, Coffee Stain Studios’ goat video game is the newest viral hit.
Style.com’s Market Director discusses how social media is changing the ways that we are creative.
Hitachi is using data visualization to increase inter-company communication and efficiency.
What could happen if the Internet were in the hands of service providers who choose what sites will load.