Why are loads of companies removing some of their letters from their logos?


You may have noticed several famous landmarks and companies seem to have dropped some of the letters from their names.

MIT and Microsoft Research made a ‘smart’ tattoo that remotely controls your phone


A group of PhD students from the MIT Media Lab and researchers from Microsoft Research have come up with the ultimate wearable: a temporary tattoo that can turn into a touchpad, remotely control your smartphone, or share data using NFC. The technology, which is described on MIT’s website and will be presented in full at a

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How the Rio 2016 Olympics was designed


We take a look at the main touchpoints across the Games and explore the design story behind each one. As the Rio 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games officially get under way, some three billion fans are expected to tune in for the opening ceremony – one of several key designs which help to define the

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A Floating Hotel Has Opened For Business In Paris


Docked on the Seine River, the accommodation offers a new experience for tourists and residents of the City of Light. The Seine has been Paris’ life force for centuries and in recent years, Parisians have sought to reclaim the river as a public space. Docked between the Austerlitz and Lyon stations in the 13th arrondissement,

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Skittles gives up its rainbow for Pride


In a sweet campaign to celebrate this year’s Pride, adam&eveDDB has stripped Skittles of its famous rainbow. Black-and-white packets will be given out to Pride supporters in London this weekend, with a monochrome float forming part of the Pride parade. The campaign launched in with an open letter addressed to Pride in London, which reads:

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