Alternative Endings: Will interactive films be this century’s defining art form?
Working Stiff: What happens when an artist doesn’t give up the day job?
The Forgotten History Of Japanese-American Designers’ World War II Internment: Revisiting the link between detention and design history, 75 years after FDR’s executive order.
Where Slang Comes From: Emerging slang, identified by searches for words’ definitions.
AccessMap: Enables safe, accessible trip planning on pedestrian ways for people with limited mobility.
Lottie: A library that renders After Effects animations in real time, allowing apps to use animations as easily as they use static images.
Line Us: Mimics your motion with a pen and recreates whatever you draw on screen.
Aesthetic Shock: Designer Tadanori Yokoo: Exploring a body of work that created a new movement in Japanese graphic design.
Capturing Oddball New York, While It’s Still Around: This New York street photographer searches for character amid the chain-store sterility of a vanishing city.
Original Storyboards From ‘Blade Runner’: Few science-fiction movies hold up so well aesthetically after 32 years, but only because few science-fiction movies had so much sheer work put into their design.