Experience the power of a bookbook™
At only 8mm thin, and weighing in at less than 400g, the 2015 IKEA Catalogue comes pre-installed with thousands of home furnishing ideas… Watch
Kenya’s first mockumentary takes on the NGO world
Must watch. Simply hilarious.
The Rapidly Disappearing Business of Design
And why independent design firms are now needed more than ever. Read the story by Tomorrow friend Robert Fabricant in Wired.
IDEO.org launches Design Kit
Data visualizations galore
Looking for inspiration to make complex information accessible and moving? We love Dadaviz.com for its dazzling array of crowd sourced data visualizations.
One question. Ten women respond.
For the 100th issue of Design for All, guest curator Valerie Casey asked 10 leading strategists, design practitioners and academics to respond to a single question. We were honored to participate.
Will you sign it?
In 1964, and again in 1999, a dedicated group of practitioners signed their names to earlier iterations of this manifesto, forming a call to put their collective skills to worthwhile use. With the unprecedented growth of technology over the past 15 years, their message has since grown only more urgent. Today, in celebration of its 50th anniversary, we renew and expand the First Things First manifesto, with the hope of catalysing a meaningful revolution in both our industry and the world at large.
A design treasure from 1970
Massimo Vignelli’s New York City Transit Authority Graphic Standards Manual — “found in a locker beneath old gym clothes.”
100 Years of Design
This week AIGA, the professional association for design, launched “100 Years of Design”—a dynamic online platform documenting significant design works from the last century that have impacted our collective visual experience. We’re honored that two of Tomorrow’s projects are included in the selection of works.