Rima is a freelance writer, editor and illustrator. She joined Dezeen in June 2016 as design editor and later served as deputy editor before going freelance late in 2017.
Prior to that, she was a founding editor of Webby-nominated Australian culture title Concrete Playground. She writes on technology, design, arts and culture.
Follow Rima on Twitter and Instagram at @rimasabina.
Adaptive design studio Sour and creative agency Wunderman Thomson have developed accessible deodorant packaging for Unilever to make the product easier to use for people with limited mobility or visual impairments. More
A lamp that unfolds into a screen, a TV that becomes a shelf and an OLED display that can be easily wheeled from room to room are among the finalists in Dezeen and LG Display's OLEDs Go! competition. More
The UK architecture industry's charity run HD5K is going virtual in 2021, calling on people to run or walk five kilometres in their neighbourhoods and raise money to fight motor neurone disease. More
The coronavirus crisis offers a "great possibility" for community-led change, says MIT associate professor Sasha Costanza-Chock, whose new book Design Justice explores how design can help marginalised communities and promote equality. More
Bespoke, smart and made-to-order is the new face of the skincare industry, where product designers are applying artificial intelligence and machine learning. Rima Sabina Aouf spotlights seven brands demonstrating this. More
Sushi wrapped in shopping bags and beer frothing with styrofoam bubbles are among the unappetising images in Sweet Sneak Studio's Microplastic Photo Series that explore the impacts of plastic pollution. More