iPhone XR Teardown! – How to open the colored iPhone?

iPhone XR Teardown! – How to open the colored iPhone?

In front of me I have the iPhone XR – Apple’s more colorful iPhone option. Today we’ll be taking apart the Fluorescent Peach color, and see what battery and screen replacements look like. The XR has the same basic guts as the iPhone XS we took apart a couple weeks ago, but it’s still good

Student design of Japan subway station wins competition

Student design of Japan subway station wins competition

– Hello everyone, hi Mom and Dad. My name is Nathanielle Sybico, you guys can call me Nell. And this is my project, Revitalizing: Osmosis in Architecture. And the project is called Kaizuka Subway Station. And so first off I’d like to thank my committee, Marcel, my Chair, Ko Aitani, and Galen Newman – I

Design Is

Design Is

When people think of “design” they often think, an elegant chair, a well-turned logo, dramatic architecture. But that isn’t all that design is. Design is more. It’s more than drapes or dropshadows. More than a beautiful UI or a rad concept car. Design is more than aesthetics. Much more. Design is fundamental. It’s the predilection

Bauhaus: Design in a Nutshell (3/6)

Bauhaus: Design in a Nutshell (3/6)

Bauhaus was one of the most definitive design movements of the modern age, reaching its peak between the two world wars. The word Bauhaus, loosely translated from German, means House of Construction, or School of Building. Bauhaus was a new type of art school. Historically, European art academies taught each design subject separately. The Bauhaus

Designing a tiny home to orbit the Moon

– If you wanna live in space for months at a time, you’re gonna need a good house, and it’s not going to be glamorous living either. Imagine living in a one room tin can with three to four other people, and that tin can is keeping you alive. (upbeat synth music) – [Loren] NASA

Designing the Perfect Airport Runway

Designing the Perfect Airport Runway

This episode of Real Engineering is brought to you by Brilliant, a problem solving website that teaches you to think like an engineer. Last year there were over 4 billion passengers in airlines around the world, a figure that grew from about 2.5 billion just 10 years earlier. The airline industry is big business with

Universal Learning Design: Empowering the Next Generation

Universal Learning Design: Empowering the Next Generation

SO, I DIDN’T DO GOOD IN SCHOOL, LIKE, AT THE BEGINNING. [MUSIC] COLLEGE WAS DIFFICULT FOR ME. IT IS KIND OF HARD TO ADAPT TO THE PEOPLE BECAUSE YOU DON’T SEE THEM EVERY DAY. YOU SEE THEM JUST ONCE IN A WHILE. MY NAME IS STACEY KAYDEN. I’M THE DIRECTOR OF THIS PROGRAM. MY NAME

How to Design Impenetrable Airport Security

How to Design Impenetrable Airport Security

This video was made possible by Blue Apron. The first 100 people to sign up at the link in the description will get $50 off their first two weeks of Blue Apron. In 2015, a bombshell report came out detailing how the TSA, the agency responsible for airport security in the US, missed 95% of

How to build your creative confidence | David Kelley

How to build your creative confidence | David Kelley

Translator: Timothy Covell Reviewer: Morton Bast I wanted to talk to you today about creative confidence. I’m going to start way back in the third grade at Oakdale School in Barberton, Ohio. I remember one day my best friend Brian was working on a project. He was making a horse out of the clay our