This is how Microsoft designed its new colorful Windows 10 icons
Microsoft has started rolling out new colorful app icons in Windows 10 to overhaul the look and feel of the operating system.
More satisfying minimalism from McDonald’s
McDonald’s asserts the power of its brand once again in a series of elegant ads that don’t even feature the Golden Arches logo
New York’s Subway Map Like You’ve Never Seen It Before
In 1979, responding to complaints from riders that the subway map was difficult to use, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority hired the Manhattan design firm Michael Hertz and Associates to create a new map.
Why the Tesla Cybertruck Looks So Weird
The pickup truck Elon Musk unveiled Thursday night features sharp angles, but no side mirrors or “crumple zone” to absorb the force of a collision.
Warner Bros.’ new brand is a glimpse at the future of entertainment
Over three years, Pentagram redesigned the studio’s iconic logo and identity. Can a new brand bring it into the 21st century?
How Susan Kare Designed User-Friendly Icons for the First Macintosh
The graphic designer is receiving a Lifetime Achievement Award from Cooper Hewitt for her recognizable computer icons, typefaces and graphics.
UNO introduces a braille deck allowing the visually impaired and sighted to play together
Popular card game UNO had debuted an official deck featuring braille, which will make game play widely accessible for the more than 7 million blind and low-vision players in the United States.
Is designing for Instagram hurting design?
Are we creating beautiful, functional spaces—or merely social-media-friendly content?
Olafur Eliasson: In Real Life encourages visitors to engage with climate change
Three decades of work by the Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson including an indoor rainbow and a tunnel of fog prompt visitors to London's Tate Modern to think about their impact on the planet.
The best idea for Notre-Dame has nothing to do with the spire
The French government says it will restore Notre-Dame to its original state—but these architects want to turn the construction itself into a work of art.