How the ’70s Influence the Design of Today, and Other Industry News

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Image via New York Today.
Image via New York Today.
  • How much influence do the ’70s have on contemporary design? Turns out, a lot. Take a look at the reissue of a 1974 Humanscale, design manual that remains relevant today.
  • These New York companies are on a mission to make the workplace fun. From free lunch to an abundance of puppies, here are some ways companies like GrubHub and BuzzFeed get employees excited about going into the office.
  • Space influences culture, and culture is everything. Here are some strategies for making your layout and design work for you.
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