This page tracks different streams of post-digital design, including open source design, design hacking, and digital fabrication. My book, Hacking Design, is available here.
A new LED line brings fresh clarity to Dyson's commercial offerings—and marks Jake Dyson's return to the company after 12 years.
A glass globe bristling with colorful tubes, architect Philippe Rahm’s Spectral Light for Artemide bridges digital and biological approaches to illumination.
Can users really take revenge on the late-capitalist, consumerist system of mass production? The answers might lie less in the realm of structured resistance and more in the area of open-ended play.
In this age of ubiquitous computing and indiscriminate use of smart devices, how can we learn to be more kind to our bodies?
Cmmnwlth’s exquisite products forge bonds between the handmade and the digitally produced.
Digital fabrication has already transformed architecture, design, and manufacturing. Now 3D printing has finally entered the public consciousness—what will we do with it next?
The true revolution heralded by the Makerbot lives in Thingiverse, the online community it fostered, where users are testing the boundaries of open source design.
The task of creating well-designed fonts for the world’s languages seems Sisyphean in the digital age—but not for the typographer Peter Bilak.