In America, we believe in freedom, and that leads to a certain amount of bad design. In an op-ed video on the New York Times website, Mo Rocca explores the differences in ballot design across the country, and talks with designer Todd Oldham about how a little knowledge of communication can improve ease and clarity when we enter the voting booth.
In other news, there's a balloon bridge in the UK, and a proposed Paris bridge offers stable and "unstable" crossing options. See the headlines after the jump.
• Ballot Design with Todd Oldham [VIDEO] | The New York Times
• Float Away On Olivier Grossetete's Dreamy Balloon Bridge | Architizer
• In Paris, An Intentionally Unstable Bridge Spans The Seine | Co.Design
(Image: via New York Times)