A Look Inside WIRED’s Renovated HQ

After taking over as WIRED’s Editor in Chief in 2012, Scott Dadich dedicated himself to redesigning the tech publication both digitally and physically. Three years of renovations later, the doors to WIRED’s revamped San Francisco headquarters are finally open for business, and the new space is impressive. Subdued hues of grays, whites and blacks mix with splashes of bright colors while concrete, glass, and steel …

MyFord Touch In-Car Interface

In an impressive keynote yesterday opening CES, Ford announced their radically revised new instrument panels for driving in a digital world. Completely integrating the car's interface with other devices and services, the brand will introduce the system, called MyFord, not just in their high-end vehicles but across the line starting with the 2011 MyTouch Lincoln MKX (which will be shown at next week's Detroit Auto …

Craigslist Redesign

Tasking leading interface designers including Scott Thomas, Pentagram and NYTimes.com with re-imagining one of the Internet's oldest stalwarts, Studio8 Design came up with a more dramatically different-looking version, prioritizing the all-important photos to make rapid-fire browsing instantly gratifying. While the others go to great lengths to keep the practical side at the forefront, Pentagram seems to all but dispense with the concern, playfully transforming the …