'This city needs to wake up': The fight for affordable housing in Grand Rapids
Herman Lee moved to Grand Rapids in search of new opportunities and a chance to start again. After being faced with challenging barriers to affordable and stable housing, Lee shares his journey of finding a place to belong in the southeast community.
After Two Years Of Trying 6-Hour Workdays, These Companies Say It Worked
Tell your boss: An experiment in Sweden led to happier and healthier workers–and no loss in production.
How Do We Identify Good Ideas?
How can we sort our genius from our rubbish and become better at self-criticism? Frontal Cortex blogger Jonah Lehrer reports on a new study suggesting the surprising power of sleeping on it.
EPA says Fracking May Taint Water Supplies After All
President Obama's EPA has given the incoming Trump administration something to think sip on -- whether fracking for natural gas has a negative effect on drinking water supplies.
What Programming's Past Reveals About Today's Gender-Pay Gap
When men enter a female-heavy field, perceptions of women don’t improve—perceptions of the job do.
Lucas Verweij on the myths of design processes
We must dispel the myth that design is a predictable and sequential process, says Lucas Verweij, because creativity can't be duplicated in laboratory conditions
What is design thinking? Lucas Verweij asks why designers care about it
What is design thinking and why is it talked about so often? And can designers ever let go, and more on, asks Lucas Verweij.
We're Not Taking Enough Lunch Breaks. Why That's Bad For Business
Research shows that only 1 in 5 five people takes a break and leaves his desk to eat. Most workers are simply eating at their desks. But creativity can take a big hit without a change of scenery.