New research illustrates how we can overcome challenges facing post-conflict countries like Afghanistan through the use of mobile phones.
Pro-privacy activists and others have a chance to reinvent the conversation about security and privacy in the digital age.
Existing base-of-the-pyramid construction models must change.
A fledgling program trains designers to consider the ecological, economic, and social issues shaping the built environment.
Great social issue video games are out there; now it’s time to invest in them.
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Overlooking the unique and invaluable role of women as design leaders is bad for business and for all of us.
Five ways data and technology will change the way we think about and act on health.
The explosive growth of interest in human-centered design raises bigger questions about traditional design education, training, and practice.
A Georgetown University and Waggener Edstrom study sheds new light on the debate surrounding the effectiveness of online influence.
Catastrophes of the built environment, like the Bangladeshi factory collapse, expose the true cost in public suffering when we fail to build resiliently.