Seems that my old stomping ground of northern Michigan is pretty safe.
"Sites like Facebook and Google Plus have all sorts of features for uploading and sharing photos from all sorts of devices. For us, it’s really easy to share things. Snap a photo on your phone, click share, done. She, on the other hand, still emails me all of her photos."
"Part of being a good designer is having a hatred for inconsistencies, so I take the interface’s unevenness to mean a hurried timeline, rather than an unawareness of the inconsistencies."
"iOS 7 is not perfect; this new design framework will evolve and improve over time, just like iOS’s original aesthetic did. But it’s a conceptual foundation that corrects all of the excesses of the original iOS aesthetic."
"Give every Twitter user a brush and they will paint you the world — if they geotag their Tweets."
Easily preview iOS icon designs on your iPhone or iPad. I'm really happy that someone made this.
Pretty inspirational. It would be absolutely insane to be apart of something like Tumblr from the beginning; seeing it grow into the huge site that it is now.
"We’re all familiar with products that are the result of misguided goals. That’s not innovation; it’s more like innobation:4 unproductive, aimless differentiation for its own sake. Onanistic design. Tail wagging."
Some really amazing and stunning photographs. Seems almost other-worldly yet surprisingly nostalgic.
Intriguing documentary about a secretive—what we would call today—street photographer whose stash of prints and negatives was discovered after her death.
Pretty interesting and fresh take on portrait photos.
Moto inspiration! Bikeexif never fails when it comes to posting amazing bikes. This is an especially clean example of a resto-mod.
I think knowing basic structure and organization of code is fairly important to being a competent interactive designer. There's a lot of people that disagree.
Manipulating non-newtonian fluid with Processing and Arduino.
Plenty of companies copy the end result, but hardly anyone copies their process. Why?
"Even without knowledge of the deep inner workings of the app, it just feels old. Adobe keeps adding more functionality, even some performance tweaks like GPU acceleration, but the whole thing often feels one feature short of collapse."
If you're a car nerd, you automatically love or hate the Fast and the Furious franchise. I'm not a sports fan (or sports blog fan), but this play-by-play analysis is pretty spot on.
"'Eleven stripes for a company in Chapter 11?' American Airlines' new livery"
Design and patent fun-fest!