IKEA has the market cornered when it comes to breaking down complex situations into simple diagrams, and then filling those diagrams with weird symbols and even weirder words. We asked you to use their trademark style to illustrate some of life's more deceptively complicated tasks.
There are web browser plugins and settings that do everything from block ads to convert every page to Klingon. But they still don't touch most common we annoyances. We asked you to show us what features would make browsing the web, videos etc truly tolerable. The winner is below, but first the runners up ...
Let's face it, the drug industry isn't above inventing new ailments and and trying to convince you that you're suffering from it. We asked you to show us the next borderline dishonest disease and treatment pairings they'll convince us we need to ask our doctors about.
Valentine's Day cards you buy at the store are like fast food for the soul, boiling down one of the most nourishing, life-sustaining forces on earth into dismissible bullshit that's impossible to digest without twisting your face into an awkward grimace. What if they were allowed to be creative, honest, awesome or all three at once.
When it comes to the opposite sex, the educational system is sure to give us line drawings of the changes their bodies are going through in middle school, but nobody ever tells us what to expect from a relationship with them. We asked you to show us the charts they could have shown us that would have made our dating lives easier.
Just as a monotonous drive can cause highway blindness, after you've looked at an image hundreds of times, it's pretty easy to miss the tiny details. We asked you to show us how much crazy we could miss in images we've looked at hundreds of times.
Movie sequels get a bad rap, since they're usually created by people looking to invest in a known commodity: AKA whatever worked last time. But what if movie sequel didn't care about anything other than being a good idea, and kicking ass. We asked you to show us. The winner is below, but first the runners up ...