Laura Feinstein is a writer and editor, covering the intersection of art, technology, and global culture.
A quiet but staggering statistic: Eight percent of all men and 0.5 percent of women experience some form of colorblindness. What can design do to help them?
Gilbert Baker’s Rainbow Flag set in motion a revolution. We spoke with some of the late creator’s closest friends to learn more about the maker who, through art and design, helped to spearhead a movement of enduring pride and acceptance.
As enthusiasm for VR’s gaming capabilities wanes, its applications to the fields of mental health, rehabilitation, and community-building has only grown.
As smartly packaged vitamins and supplements flood the market—as well as our Instagram feeds—what moral obligation do designers have to call out snake-oil salesmen when they see them?<br>