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Design is more than how it looks — it’s how it works. The Verge brings you the best of design from the web, the home, the software world, and architecture.

Amazon’s next headquarters is a glass poop emoji covered in trees

Arlington, Virginia wanted Amazon’s HQ2, and they’re getting this

Just look at this amazing Pac-Man history book

Complex turned its fashion and music festival into a futuristic video game

Apple’s M1 Mac design emphasizes continuity over complexity

Build a video game like a Lego set with this new Unity tool

Snap bricks, make game

Jony Ive is bringing his design talents to... Airbnb

Lumio’s light-filled speaker is meant to be cracked open

This app lets you do custom iOS icons without the Shortcuts app

GMC’s all-electric Hummer will be the first car with software built using Epic’s Unreal Engine

How Duolingo designed the new characters for its Project World

Don’t worry, Duo the owl isn’t going anywhere

Why Apple should give us custom app icons (but probably never will)

Check out these League of Legends jerseys designed by Heron Preston

Behind the scenes of our Microsoft Surface Duo intro shot

Intel debuts a new logo alongside its 11th Gen chips

This giant glowing orb is the world’s first floating Apple Store

Located on the bayfront of Singapore

Valorant’s new skin line turns your gun into a cyberpunk sticker book

Apple’s butterfly keyboard failed by prioritizing form over function

Streetwear enthusiasts are flocking to Animal Crossing

‘New Horizons’ meets new hypebeasts

You can get a copy of Affinity Photo for 50 percent off

Adobe’s Photoshop and Fresco iPad apps get new $10 per month bundle

Stack Overflow is getting a dark mode, its most upvoted feature request ever

Dyson developed and is producing ventilators to help treat COVID-19 patients

BMW’s new flat logo is everything that’s wrong with modern logo design

Hyundai’s Prophecy concept looks like the baby of a Porsche and a Model 3

BMW’s electric i4 sedan finally shown off in concept form

Citroën’s tiny Ami electric car can be driven by 14-year olds for $22 a month