For consumers who are blind or have low vision, a shopping trip can be rife with challenges. More than 8 million Americans reportedly have a vision impairment, but they can’t count on store staff to offer assistance or stores to have clutter-free aisles or easy-to-navigate layouts. Just entering or exitingRead More →

This afternoon, after the news broke that Maroon 5 will be performing at next year’s Super Bowl Halftime Show, the Esquire.com office (which is what I call our Slack room) erupted into conversation that was only tangentially related to the Adam Levine-fronted band. Most of us (particularly my colleague MattRead More →