Exploring the human inclination to curate: what we keep, why we keep it, and what it means for design.
Playing the odds: how slot machines and the uncertainty of random numbers stimulate the human psyche.
The business potential of in-game brand placement: the info and the economics.
Observing the observer: the Hasselblad 501CM has become both a physical artifact and a mythical symbol of ritualized engagement with the world.
Legendary type designer Erik Spiekermann talks type with frog, expounding on the beauty – and the difficulty – of designing numbers.
In defense of quantitative analysis: a new call for integrated design research.
What's on the other side of the digital art equation?
Book designer Stefanie Posavec visualizes On The Road as a literary organism.
What's happening in design and business this summer.
What's happening in design and business this season.
Investigating the competitive bid for your personal health records – a who's who of the key industry players.
A capitalist case for universal health care.
A new approach to design research and health: when Personas aren't enough.
The shocking new way that genetic researchers are battling disease – and how designers can help.
Navigating the complicated space between creativity and control in medical device design.
A visual investigation of what it means to live with single-sided deafness.
Examining the OLPC project: the cause, the controversy, and – above all – the competition.
A brief introduction to frog's work in the health space, from stress reduction to surgery.
Zinhle Thabethe, Outreach Director of iTEACH, talks with frog about the impact of technology on the treatment of HIV/AIDS and TB.
A slideshow of recent medical breakthroughs from top research labs around the globe.
frog shares a future design concept for personal health. bringing together traditional healing methods with cutting-edge technology.
From the walled garden to the gated community: why social networks would benefit from keeping the riffraff out.
Exploring the next level of convergence: between hardware and software, information and object, human and technology.
Nell Daniel, Executive Director of Sweat Equity Enterprises, talks with us about the impact of design education on America’s youth.
Understanding the power of design to facilitate positive change in the end-user.