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The Future of Standardized Testing

In the latest installment of our Half-Baked Design Challenge, we gave some of our most creative friends 30 minutes to redesign the standardized test. Their solutions are at once absurd, profound, and probably not the answer to all our problems, so we also rounded up the fully-baked ideas at the forefront of this academic quandary.

In the latest installment of our Half-Baked Design Challenge, we gave some of our most creative friends 30 minutes to redesign the standardized test. Their solutions are at once absurd, profound, and probably not the answer to all our problems, so we also rounded up some of the fully-baked ideas at the forefront of this academic conundrum.

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Last week on Twitter and Facebook, we asked our friends: Who are the most underrated designers?

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