100+ best design innovations from 1996 to 2016


#1

Originally published at: http://boingboing.net/2016/09/14/100-best-design-innovations-f.html


#2

strange selection. why is a Michelin star or bike-sharing a design innovation?


#3

Indeed, but more to the point, why is “the destruction of the World Trade Center’s twin towers by the 9/11 terrorist attacks” one of “the finest design innovations of 1996-2016”?


#4

action art, subcategory deconstructivism?


#5

What’s up with the monochrome photos? I’d love to actually see the designs properly…


#6

You know what is a terrible design? This idea from Pinterest that rectangles of different heights should be laid out in columns that align vertically but not horizontally when they are expected to be read horizontally, not vertically.


#7

some interesting, some not, but wow - that webpage sure won’t be winning a design award - fuzzy hard to see poorly placed photos that, when clicked, give vague descriptions and remain hard to see.


#8

Steve Jobs was designed in 1997?

The mid-century furniture (and coffee maker) being discovered and thought new 40 years on remind me of the first line of the Philip Larkin poem: “Sexual intercourse began in nineteen sixty-three…”


#9

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