Every idea benefits from a good name. Onym gives a great set of rich tools and processes meant to help anyone discover them.

Arvind Sanjeev has created a mesmerising reinvention of what AR/VR is all about. Lumen is a mixed-reality storytelling platform that uses machine learning and projection mapping to create immersive experiences.

Fold7 created a charming ad for Rightmove, inspiring people to make a fresh start in a home that works for them.

Reviewing Brand New’s “The Best and Worst Identities of 2017” is the highlight of every new year. Divided into 7 articles are both the good, the bad and the what were they thinking.

txt.fiy is the self-proclaimed “dumbest publishing platform on the web”. There’s no tracking, ad-tech, webfonts, analytics, javascript, cookies, databases, user accounts, comments, friending, likes or follower counts. Just write something, hit publish, and it’s live.

60 years ago Ivan Chermayeff and Tom Geismar forever changed the face of design. They were responsible for some of the most enduring logos of the modern age, from National Geographic to PBS. The AIGA Design Archives honoured them by producing a short documentary on their work.

What’s better than a list of last year’s best movies, albums, books and TV shows? How about all of them?

Justin O’Beirne is an American cartographer and software engineer and he has written one of the most interesting and in-depth articles on the current state of Google and Apple Maps, and the space that divides them.

Dwitter is a community built around a simple idea. You have 140 characters to write a Javascript program that produces an interesting visual.

New Zealand artist Ben Young creates fantastic sculptures of water, made out of glass taking shape around metal and concrete.