Tools like Google Lens allow users to wave a smartphone at a product and quickly discover what it is (and, potentially, how much it costs). BOH explores where the tech is now, where it’s headed, and what it means for the design industry.
With a move that bucks conventional wisdom in an increasingly e-commerce friendly industry, Tulsa, Oklahoma–based fabric giant Fabricut announced last week that it will be pulling its entire catalog from online retailers. Here’s why.
Ezra Ardolino, founder of New Jersey–based digital fabrication studio Timbur, recently started designing and making his own furniture, melding natural inspiration and high-tech execution for an innovative and ultra-cool product.
So far, artificial intelligence's impact on the design industry has mostly been limited to behind-the-scenes functions. Will AI ever be able to do a designer's job as well as a human? BOH investigates.
The newly launched Form Kitchens seeks to offer showroom-quality cabinetry at a fraction of the cost. BOH spoke to the company’s founder, Danny Soos, about his vision for the brand, the difficulties of building trust as an online-only retailer, and how he’s trying to court the trade.
Advances in artificial intelligence mostly make headlines in tech—but AI is creeping into the art world too. BOH spoke to Ben Kovalis, co-founder of Art AI Gallery, to learn why you might soon be specifying pieces created by a machine.
There are plenty of technical skills to master along the way, but the biggest obstacles to earning passive income have to do with mindset—in essence, designers have to unlearn a lot of what has worked for them so far. Here are a few key concepts.