7 Best Articles on Lego
The most useful articles on lego from around the web—beginners to advanced—curated by thought leaders and our community. We focus on timeless pieces and update the list whenever we discover new, must-read articles or videos—make sure to bookmark and revisit this page.
Top 5 Lego Articles
At a glance: these are the articles that have been most read, shared, and saved on lego by Refind users in 2023 so far.
- The UX of LEGO Interface Panels
- How Lego Became The Apple Of Toys
- Here’s how LEGO sets can make your workday more productive
- LEGO Letterpress: Bird Species from The Netherlands Are Printed with Everyone’s Favorite Toy Bricks
- Got a pile of random Lego? This amazing app tells you what you can build
Short on time? Check out these useful short articles on lego—all under 10 minutes.
LEGO Letterpress: Bird Species from The Netherlands Are Printed with Everyone’s Favorite Toy Bricks
Back in 2017, designer Roy Scholten and collaborator Martijn van der Blom brought LEGO into their letterpress workshops for elementary school students. Small and accessible to most, the ubiquitous…
Here’s how LEGO sets can make your workday more productive
Desk jobs just don’t deliver a sense of accomplishment.
«So he started building an entire LEGO set. “My wife and kids bought me the Saturn V model, so I’m building that,” he told me. “Every time I complete a task, I do one step of the guide.”»
The UX of LEGO Interface Panels
Piloting an ocean exploration ship or Martian research shuttle is serious business. Let’s hope the control panel is up to scratch. Two studs wide and angled at 45°, the ubiquitous “2x2 decorated…
Got a pile of random Lego? This amazing app tells you what you can build
This fan-made app beats any digital experience Lego has built to date.
Investing in Lego more lucrative than gold, study suggests
Market for secondhand Lego also rises at a better rate annually than stocks, bonds, stamps, art and wine
These are some of the most-read long-form articles on lego.
How Lego clicked: the brand that reinvented itself
The revival of Lego has been hailed as the greatest turnaround in corporate history, ousting Ferrari as the world’s most powerful brand. Johnny Davis reports
How Lego Became The Apple Of Toys
After a decade-long slump, Lego has rebuilt itself into a global juggernaut. An exclusive look inside the company's top-secret Future Lab.
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