"Pokémon GO has redrawn the map of what people find important about the world"
Opinion: the Pokémon GO smartphone video game has become a cultural phenomenon that is changing the way people interact with cities and buildings, says Alex Wiltshire. More
"Even obsolescence is worthy of incredible expense"
Opinion: mobile products have a short lifespan, but Apple has invested heavily in turning them into desirable design objects. For some "luxury" customers that just isn't enough, finds Alex Wiltshire. More
How Instagram's time lapse app is changing the way we see our cities
Instagram's Hyperlapse app is popularising time-lapse photography, creating a mass of video content that could change the way we consume images of our environments, reports Alex Wiltshire. More
Google's design guidelines spell the end of days for skeumorphism
Feature: the visual language of glossy glass, brushed metal and soft fabric that informed the first wave of interface design for smartphones and apps might be dead, but not all designers are convinced about its replacement, reports Alex Wiltshire. More
"Tech companies are being left to make all the decisions"
Opinion: the success of wearable technology depends on aesthetics, but with designers failing to grasp the baton can Apple make a difference with its acquisition of Beats headphones and partnership with Nike, asks Alex Wiltshire. More
Virtual reality: the 1990s technology set to change the world of design
Feature: as Facebook buys virtual reality headset maker Oculus and Sony reveals its own VR device, Alex Wiltshire explores what the resurgence of this old school technology means for designers. More