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Past articles by Anne:

Artists and designers are now commanding six-figure salaries

Designers adept in emerging technologies such as Web 3 and metaverse are earning an average of $312,000 a year. → Read More

A petition to change New Zealand's name is gaining ground

The Māori Party has garnered 70,000 signatures, which compels the parliament to formally consider the idea. → Read More

One of the world's top floral designers takes stock of the trends reshaping his trade

Ten Kate's Bastiaan Hutten explains how climate change, covid, and instagram are changing the intricate world of floral design. → Read More

In the UK, design is still largely a man’s job

The UK Design Council's newest report indicates that 77% of British designers identify as male, but the gender divide also varies by specialization. → Read More

Designers are racing to digitize Hong Kong’s disappearing street typography

Hong Kongers want to preserve the idiosyncratic road sign typography made by prison inmates. → Read More

Holders of the world’s most powerful passports are among the least likely to travel

International travel in Japan, Singapore, and South Korea have only reached 17% of pre-Covid levels, according to a survey by the International Air Transport Association. → Read More

Why Unicode is approving fewer and fewer new emoji

Compared to the 112 last year, Emoji 15 is bound to have be the smallest number of new emoji since Unicode began getting vendors to standardize emoji on various platforms in 2015. → Read More

How the creator of World Emoji Day is celebrating the “holiday”

The creator of World Emoji Day is living the remote worker's dream in a houseboat. → Read More

Pritzker Prize winning architect Francis Kéré on what the West still gets wrong about Africa

This year's Pritzker Architecture Prize winner ruminates on what the West still gets wrong about Africa. → Read More

Japanese researchers are developing artificial-gravity buildings for space

A research team from Japan plans to put a prototype of an artificial-gravity building on the Moon by 2050. → Read More

There’s a proposal to rename Manila’s airport after the country’s deadliest dictator

The bill to rebrand Manila's airport was filed on the first day of Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos's presidency. → Read More

Delta is experimenting with flight information boards that know who you are and where you’re going

Delta says Parallel Reality is an instant hit with passengers in Detroit. → Read More

New York City is trying to reduce subway crime by harassing beloved station musicians

The mayor is taking a hard line on street performers like saxophonist John Ajilo, known as the "Dancing is Happiness" guy, for violating the MTA's code of conduct → Read More

Can adjusting font styles really help us read faster?

Its creator is undeterred by skeptics. To him, likes and shares on social media is enough. → Read More

A linguist weighs in on Ohio State University’s trademark on the word “the”

The kerfuffle over the article has also piqued the interest of the school's linguists too. → Read More

Airbnb is giving homeowners $100,000 to build wacky rentals

Airbnb's $10 million initiative is a response to travelers' cravings for unique destination rentals. → Read More

The perils of perfectionism: Learning from Alberto Giacometti

Learning from Alberto Giacometti. → Read More

The three elements of a fulfilling job, a diagram by Ray and Charles Eames

What makes for meaningful work? For design legends Ray and Charles Eames it entailed satisfying three audiences: the client, yourself, and society. → Read More

Hollywood film directors invigorate the Met’s latest fashion exhibition

In the hands of these master storytellers, old frocks and suits come alive in ways that hold the viewer's attention better than the usual stark white box approach of most fashion exhibitions. → Read More

Shell's quarterly profits almost triple — Quartz Daily Brief —

The energy giant joins BP in posting extraordinary results on the back of soaring oil and gas prices. → Read More