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One Drop's glucose meter is an uncommonly attractive alternative to the typical blood monitoring setup. The post A Simple, Smart, and Elegant—Yes, Elegant—Glucose Monitor appeared first on WIRED.
The Swish stool is an example of using parametric design to kinetic effect. The post The Lowly Folding Chair, Reimagined With Algorithms appeared first on WIRED.
Forty years ago, the EPA had a beautiful graphics standards manual. The post You Can Now Own the Design Manual that Made the EPA Cool appeared first on WIRED.
A new online tool makes building virtual reality worlds far easier. The post Want to Kick It With Putin in Your Own Virtual World? Kokowa Is for You appeared first on WIRED.
Six years ago Times Square was a congested thoroughfare. Today it celebrates its reopening as a European-style piazza. The post The Brilliant Simplicity of New York's New Times Square appeared first on WIRED.
Master & Dynamic's new speaker looks as stunning as it sounds. The post This Beautiful Speaker Is Made of Concrete. Yes, Concrete appeared first on WIRED.
USAFacts organizes 30 years of data from more than 70 local, state, and federal government agencies into an interactive visualization of America's finances. The post Steve Ballmer's USAFacts Uses Smart Design To Make Sense of Government Spending appeared first on WIRED.
What does it mean to own a digital book? The post The Bizarre Digital Book You Must Destroy Before Sharing appeared first on WIRED.
An Instagram ad for an egg-freezing procedure highlights the pitfalls of targeted advertising. The post Hey Instagram, Don't Tell Me When to Freeze My Eggs appeared first on WIRED.
Industrial designer Evgeny Arinin designed an LED display that uses its shape, big arrows, and punchy icons to clearly articulate the rules of the road. The post A Newfangled Traffic Light Built for People and Robots appeared first on WIRED.
A new computer from Microsoft and Disney alums aims to make projected augmented reality simple to use. The post Lightform: The Magical Little Device That Transforms Whole Rooms Into Screens appeared first on WIRED.
Tech veteran John Maeda released his annual Design In Technology report this week. The post John Maeda: If You Want to Survive in Design, You Better Learn to Code appeared first on WIRED.
Film Map is a street map of Los Angeles labeled with the titles of more than 900 films. The post Mesmerizing Map Renames LA Streets After Your Favorite Films appeared first on WIRED.
The glassy stadium could be the deadliest building in the Twin Cities area. The post Vikings Stadium: Reflector of Light, Murderer of Birds appeared first on WIRED.
The piece required two weeks to create, and seconds to sweep away. The post An Artist Makes the Universe From Sand—And Then Destroys It appeared first on WIRED.
A low resolution screen is designed to elicit emotion. The post Watch a Dazzling Screen Made of Thousands of Flying Beads appeared first on WIRED.
Here are eight art installations to inspire your next artistic pilgrimage. The post 8 Remote Works of Art We Insist You Track Down appeared first on WIRED.
The Pritzker Prize jury awarded architecture's highest honor to RCR Arquitectes, a little-known trio from the Catalonian region of Spain. The post Even Architecture Prizes Are Political In This Crazy World appeared first on WIRED.
The book lays bare the interconnectedness of the visual world, spanning time and geography and bridging hundreds of seemingly unrelated subjects. The post Graphic: 500 Designs That Matter Is Like Time Travel for Design Nerds appeared first on WIRED.
Understanding how to make vintage designs feel fresh has made House Industries popular with clients ranging from the Jimmy Kimmel Show to JJ Abrams. The post How House Industries Designs Its Retrotastic Logos and Typefaces appeared first on WIRED.