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Belinda Lanks

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Past articles by Belinda:

One Tech Company’s Revolutionary Idea: Design For Mothers First

To develop a high-tech breast pump for the startup Willow, Ideo interviewed dozens of mothers–and uncovered key insights into a problem that the design and technology communities have largely ignored. → Read More

The Ultimate Breast Pump For Working Mothers

With no tubes or wires, the Willow pump—one of Fast Company’s 2017 Innovation By Design winners—could be one giant leap for womankind. → Read More

Login page | Co.Design: business + innovation + design

Thanks for stopping by Fast Company’s Co.Design. Our focus is on highlighting the world’s best examples of design and innovation, working in concert. We started this site with a few simple premises in mind. First, design is a window onto the world at large, and the culture we live in. Designers create objects that meet some unrecognized need. All businesses strive to do the same thing. → Read More

Jacket Purifies And Stores Rainwater, Crazy Straw Included [Video]

Two CIID students develop a water-supply system suited to a nomadic, water-stressed future. → Read More

The Atlanta Falcons's New Stadium Looks Amazing

We can't stop watching the super-cool oculus roof of Mercedes-Benz Stadium open and close. → Read More

How Spring Is Helping Businesses Improve The Lives Of Girls In Developing Countries

The startup accelerator is hosting design bootcamps to foster innovation. → Read More

Tired Of Upgrading Your Phone? Fairphone Wants To Help

The socially responsible modular smartphone lets you replace components without buying a whole new device. → Read More

The Atlanta Falcons’s New Stadium Looks Amazing

We can’t stop watching the super-cool oculus roof of Mercedes-Benz Stadium open and close. → Read More

Watch What Football Looks Like Without a Redskins Logo

A TV spot digitally removes the Washington team's mascot and name, leaving  plenty of fun in the game → Read More

This Tattoo for Diabetics Might Mean the End of Finger Pricking

A team of nanoengineers has developed a temporary tattoo that measures glucose → Read More

To Sell Wearables to Women, First Make Them Feel Bad

At the International CES, some products suggested another way to appeal to women beyond glammed-up fitness trackers → Read More

Polaroid's Plan to Get Millennials to Print Their Photos

The company's new mobile printer is cute, and it's cheap enough for a younger crowd—but the paper for printing is not → Read More

Fitness Tracker or Bionic Ear? The Dash Wireless Earbuds Might Be Both

For now the Dash earbuds track biometrics and play music, but their potential is much broader → Read More

Samsung and Yves Béhar Have Made an 82-Inch TV That's Not Hideous

Cubbed the S9W, his creation sits atop a plinth-like cube to emphasize its three-dimensionality → Read More

Will Google's Nest Become Central Command for Smart Homes?

The thermostat maker seeks to expand its reach by becoming the thing that connects non-Nest smart devices → Read More

The Smart Ring and the Smart Belt Are Actually Kind of Stupid

The two products that drew the most attention at a preview of CES were clunky wearable devices that purport to meet needs that very few people have → Read More

This Bike Helmet Can Tell You When a Volvo Gets Too Close

A new concept from Volvo works in tandem with its latest car technology to detect possible collisions with cyclists → Read More

Withings Releases a $150 Smartwatch for the Masses

Think of Pop as a souped-up watch rather than as a fitness tracker → Read More

Play-Doh Enrages Parents With a Penis-Shaped Baking Toy

Irate parents find an "extruding tool" for decorating cakes unsavory → Read More

Why Americans Will Overpay for Cuba's Vintage Cars

Easing relations between the U.S. and Cuba could come as a boon to collectors looking to own, even drive, pieces of Cuba's culture → Read More