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Meet Living Coral. It’s the color of resistance, of tech company rebrands, and of 1960s Americana–a familiar and energizing hue that you’re about to see everywhere.
Ideo partner Michael Hendrix discusses how design thinking can be used as a superficial tool to make a company seem innovative–even when it’s not.
For years, the design community has been working to build the case that its work has significant business value. A groundbreaking new study by the consulting firm McKinsey & Company can put a number on the impact design has on business.
Returning to Orgatec 2018 to further their ideas on the future of work, VITRA debuts the ‘soft work’ sofa system by Barber & Osgerby.
None of it has very much to do with furniture, which is perhaps a reflection of a moment when buying things as self-expression has taken a back seat to self-care for consumers.
Consisting of 200 colors–ranging from more traditional silvers and golds, to more aggressive purple sequin or blue diode–it’s meant as a reference point for anyone developing products today.
Marcus Engman is leaving Ikea to run a consultancy that convinces companies to spend their marketing budget on what matters: design.
Stantec Sacramento interior designer walks the runway in dress crafted from carpet, window shades, and upholstery—for a good cause.
In Gary Hustwit’s highly anticipated new documentary “Rams,” the legendary industrial designer indicts the world he helped create.
Leaps in technology have brought our everyday lives closer to the storylines of science fiction films.
Design thinking is business’s favorite buzzword, and it’s helped bring design to the table in the corporate world.
Convene CEO Ryan Simonetti created a more human-centric office environment with hospitality at its core.
So many people these days dream of blocking out the noise of the modern world. Rams, who doesn’t use a computer or mobile phone, never plugged in.
Ergonomics, the domain of intricate office chairs and carpel tunnel-mitigating computer mice, is coming to Ikea—and not in the way you might expect.
In a surprising move, Marcus Engman, the head of design at Ikea since 2012, is leaving the world’s largest furniture company for his own design consultancy.
For many renowned designers and architects, a single chair can be their piece de resistance–and prized pieces are known to even fetch millions of dollars on the secondary market.