3 creative ways to fix fashion’s waste problem

What happens to the clothes we don’t buy? You might think that last season’s coats, trousers and turtlenecks end up being put to use, but most of it (nearly 13 million tons each year in the United States alone) ends up in landfills. Fashion has a pollution problem, and Amit Kalra wants to fix it. He shares some creative ways the industry can evolve to be more conscientious about the environment — and gain a competitive advantage at the same time.


Moving From Static Design To Interactive Design In Just a Few Clicks

What happens when a designer has an idea and wants to convey it to stakeholders or team members? Quite often designers create static mockups and try to explain concepts using plain words. They say something like “After you click on this button you’ll see the following animated effect.


A 14-Year-Old Made An App To Help Alzheimer’s Patients Recognize Their Loved Ones

When Emma Yang was 7 or 8 years old, her grandmother became increasingly forgetful. Over the next few years, those memory problems, caused by early Alzheimer’s disease, worsened. Yang, who learned to code at an early age, decided to create an app to help.


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