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Rhei is a prototype of an electro-mechanical clockwith liquid display, and the result of a one-year long passion project, created by Damjan Stankovic

Designed a few years ago by Korean designer Jeong Yong, it is the concept of a scanner reader for blind people. The idea was to allow people to read non-Braille books and to avoid the costs of a normal desktop scanner via peep-toe-shoes.

Facebook begins testing its most comprehensive mobile ads to date

Expect spam everywhere! BuzzFeed in first global advertising deal with Martin Sorrell’s WPP

Could Apple’s move into content creation devastate Netflix and Amazon?

I work in advertising, but I still block ads

Why brands need to get curious and ditch the LGBT sterotypes

Twitter extends its self-service ads to over 200 regions

Tokyo 2020 Olympics logo debacle: How hard is it to design anything original?

Ad blocking could spell the end of the intrusive ad

The end is near! Google bans Flash ads from autoplaying starting Sept. 1

Inside the elusive agency innovation lab: Embracing maker culture with prototypes and 3D printing

LinkedIn caves into pressure to let users include emoji and gifs

This Amazing Listerine App Lets Blind People ‘Feel’ a Smile

The Purchasing Habits of the Wealthy and the Very Wealthy A look at luxurious lifestyle choices

Ad Spending on the Mobile Web Doubled Last Year

The Future of Shopping is Mobile

Spoontember’ is here

What graphic designers think about the Google logo

Most millennials don’t identify as millennials

Europe’s asylum system is reaching its breaking point

How cats see the world

Back to business 🙁 Oh boy I sure miss summer already! Some news that got my attention this week!

The Drinkable Book is a life saving tool that filters water and teaches proper sanitation & hygiene to those in the developing world.

Each book is printed on technologically advanced filter paper, capable of killing deadly waterborne diseases. Each page is coated with silver nanoparticles, whose ions actively kill diseases like cholera, typhoid and E. coli.

Once water is passed through the filter, bacteria count is reduced by over 99.99%, making the filtered water comparable to tap water in the United States of America.

This filter paper will revolutionize water purification. It costs only pennies to produce, making it by far the cheapest option on the market. Each filter is capable of giving someone up to 30 days worth of clean water, and each book is capable of providing someone with clean water for up to 4 years.