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COVID-19 devastated arts organizations. But it was also a wake-up call they desperately needed
China has eight of the top ten busiest ports in the world, and they are running at well below normal capacity because of COVID-19 restrictions.
The MacArthur Foundation invited 29 of its genius grantees to showcase work exploring issues of environmental racism.
Over the past decade, the consumer software on our phones and laptops runs more or less without hiccups, but enterprise software can still be stuck in molasses.
“One of the elements of great storytelling is great characters."
This never-ending film shows something new every time you look
Mosquitos be gone! This outdoor blanket repels insects
How the global shipping crisis could ruin the holidays
Who needs art when you can get a dumbbell that doubles as a sculpture? Style and function intersect with this high-design workout gear. Would you purchase any?
From niche to mainstream: Why fake meat needs a new name and a better story
The city of Chicago becomes a museum to the devastating intersection of racism and climate change
The real reason you’re not more productive at work? It’s not boredom—it’s bad UX
▶️ How Nike designed its first hands-free sneaker
Arlington, Texas, was one of the first cities to use its stadiums as vaccination sites and demonstrated the value stadiums can add during a crisis.
Bulky dumbbells and clunky fitness accessories are being replaced by an array of gear fit for Instagram.
Artist Chuck Close has died at the age of 81. Take a look back at some of his legendary portraits.
For a glimpse of what will happen to the Kabul embassy, look to history.
The unsung heroes of the pandemic? Sports stadiums
You won't be seeing plus size sections in Old Navy stores anymore.
Brandlive saved President Joe Biden's digital campaign. Now, the video platform is reinventing the big internal meeting.
Toys ‘R’ Us has yet another comeback plan: Macy’s
Old Navy is overhauling how it designs clothes. Here’s why
Sexy dumbbells and sculptural rollers: Even fitness gear is going high design
What will happen to the U.S. embassy in Kabul?
The most popular design thinking strategy is BS
Meet the mastermind inventing fast food’s craziest menu items (from 2019)
While this is an improvement over the status quo, it’s not necessarily a clear-cut win for the planet.
According to a new study, a neighborhood of skyscrapers results in about 140% more total emissions than a lower-rise area with the same population.
In 2016, Ikea pledged to generate more renewable electricity than it uses by 2020, and exceeded its target by investing in two solar parks in the United States and one wind farm in Romania.
From the archives: A bleak portrait of Trump’s failed Atlantic City kingdom
Lululemon plans to make leggings from plants
Is building tall really best? Researchers dispel the myth of climate-friendly skyscrapers
A Billy bookcase and some wind power? Ikea is now selling renewable energy
Activewear drives climate change. Allbirds’ new line fights back.
Take a look at the Serena Williams Design Crew's first collection with Nike.
The websites of today are the historical evidence of tomorrow—but only if they are archived.
“Institutions that are inherently built on white supremacy will often start a story about Black culture with suffering and slavery, and that is a horrible, incorrect way to talk about diaspora because it doesn’t start there."
While other private labels merely recreate popular products, Target recreates brands, and makes them so desirable that they compete with some of the best on the market.
How glass skyscrapers took over the world–and why we need to stop building them
Serena Williams: ‘I want to see more people in design that look like me’
Parts of the web are disappearing every day. Here’s how to save Internet history
Inside the fantastical world of Afrofuturism, from P-Funk’s Mothership to ‘Black Panther’
How online checkout startup Fast is reinventing online shopping #FCMostCreative
Here are 29 ways to mark your anniversary with products that ‘Fast Company’ editors love and use.
Why high-profile smart cities fail, from Sidewalk’s Quayside to Amazon’s HQ2 in Queens
We are now accepting fresh think pieces, advice columns, and reported essays about design.
After sitting vacant for decades, a gem of Brutalist modern architecture in New Haven, Connecticut, is being given a second life.
Many of us are headed back indoors. To make it (slightly) more bearable, why not invest in a few things to liven up your home?
COVID-19 made the arts more accessible than ever. Now we need to make sure to keep that alive IRL.
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