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FROM THE BLOG: Design in times of CoronA


No Place for Sex Trafficking

New program makes hotel rooms and holiday rentals safer for all


5 new books on design, decadence and disruption

Our top picks of recent releases by Bruce Mau, Magid Magid & more


Cards for Humanity is an online tool for inclusive design

A new resource to help creatives build empathy and make better products


Visual Relief by Edel Rodriguez

This week's visual relief is the bold & bracing work of graphic artist Edel Rodriguez


‘In 20 years, every surface will harvest its own energy’

Marjan van Aubel on Solar Design, the World Expo & our upcoming Challenge


Style and sustainability for the new normal

Environmentally friendly masks with high impact on local economic activities


New spatial strategies for museums

Design studios release guidelines to help cultural spaces reopen safely

What design can do In times of corona

In these trying times we believe more than ever in the power of design and creativity. There is infinite creative potential out there and people are creative by nature. When the shit hits the fan, we adapt and respond with newfound inventiveness. This is why we have decided to dedicate our platform to all that design can do in times of corona.

Please join us and share your ideas:


Visual Relief By Happy Data

This week's visual relief highlights the small but mighty numbers


Estudio Guto Requena turns heartbeats into digital art

Heartbits is a new app to share love with those you miss


Marcus Lyall invites you to Scream the House Down

A socially distanced art installation to ease your frustrations


Shelterbags for South Africa’s homeless

New project to help people surviving COVID-19 on the streets