Madeleine Morley is a design and architecture writer based in Berlin. She studied English literature at Cambridge University and went on to complete an MA in art history at the Courtauld Institute of Art. She has written for Creative Review, AIGA, Monotype, magCulture, AnOther, and The Guardian among others.
Three designers face off on a question that every designer has an opinion on.
Three designers tackle the question.
Three designers face off on the pros and cons of constant inspiration. Ready, set, debate.
Three designers face off on whether new tech is net positive for their careers.
The number of apps in the “healthcare for women” category has exploded, solving a slew of problems while creating a whole new set of tricky issues for UX designers.
Nothing says good morning like the sound of bubbles rising as you lift your espresso maker from the stove. It wasn’t always so easy and affordable to make coffee at home, though.
If the Olympics are the biggest sporting competition in the world, then yuru-chara is the biggest spectator sport. Here’s what you can learn from the designers behind these furry, fumbling characters.
Can you separate great design work from a morally objectionable designer?
From ramshackle, historic zine shops to luxe, modern art book temples, here’s our definitive list of the world’s best design-oriented bookstores. We originally started with 10, but quickly realized that wasn't nearly enough, so we’ve expanded the list to 46 (and we’re game for another update in the future).
Making use of years of experience at award-winning design magazines, Francesco Franchi is now the mapmaker leading an intrepid team of designers and journalists into new terrain: bringing a young audience to newspapers.
Madeleine Morley examines the print versus digital content battle over the last decade and discovers that digital and print actually compliment each other in a co-dependent relationship. Amid the sweeping statements that print is dead, Morley offers a deeply-reported, thoughtful counterpoint.