Thanks to a simple pair of overlaid bell curves, the “Flatten the Curve” concept is now part of everyday lexicon. It quickly confers a complex concept. Alongside broader public health efforts, that visual has been a powerful tool and catalyst for..
A Design Researcher suggests key principles for managing space to accommodate new people, new functions, and new routines.
We talked to Annie about design for accessibility, why she shifted from art to industrial design, and how she brings her gaming hobby and industry knowledge into her design work.
Over 25% of the US population now owns a smart, wearable fitness tracking device. Yet the user experience between device and app leaves a lot of room for improvement. In this piece, Senior UX designer Lauren Lu evaluates four top trackers and their apps.
We spoke with Rémy about digital technology and sustainability, the growth of ambient computing, and his deep love of basketball.
We spoke with Aniket about sustainability, design across cultures, and how he almost became a doctor.
We spoke with Ali about corporate innovation, working with startups, and how she once wound up building toys for elephants.
We asked members of our Design team to tell us about the products and services they’d like to see redesigned in the coming year.
Here are 11 items plucked straight from the wishlists of the designers, researchers, and engineers on our team.
Hundreds of Boston leaders gathered at Design Museum Boston’s Workplace Innovation Summit to discuss how we can foster workplace innovation through our environment, tools, and behavior.