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A few days ago the BBC announced and presented it’s new branding system, and with tired predictability there was a backlash from anyone who doesn’t like change, people that are amateur designers and those who do not realise why change is needed for any organisation to become more inclusive. Both the BBC Blocks and Accessibility have been part of th ...
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This quick mental exercise will save you from a failed project You’re designing, doing the whole 9-yards — researching, sketching, validating ideas, and so on. You hand things off to the engineering team, dust off your hands and pat yourself on the back for a job well done. You ship, and crickets! Nobody uses your product the way you want them to. ...
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Goal: To make the website more visually accessible to its users. I was on Medium reading on NFTs when I stumbled on the Liquiditeam website. Ironically the post was about "Bringing more Utility and UX to NFTs." Ironically, I noticed the texts had low contrast and improper use of hierarchy. This issue only becomes more challenging to navigate for an ...
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Bringing this gem back, one of my favorite Tiny Desk Concerts ever. – I am feeling all of the feelings today! The story of CreativeMornings is featured on Oprah today! Thank you Jon Levy! – SO MUCH FUN: Flip through video footage from the ’90s in this wonderfully retro TV experience. (via) – Why do […]
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I love a good scheduling tool. There’s nothing more tedious than trying to convert time zones and going back and forth with a person trying to figure out what time works best for everybody. Sunrise (one of my favorite products of all time) was the first to do this really well but it got acquired. Next, I switched to Calendly, but it got too expensi ...
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My heart is overflowing with all of the feelings: The story of CreativeMornings is featured in an article on Oprah today. Thank you Jon Levy for generously writing an entire chapter about us in your book You’re Invited. You can read the article here. I will now go and cry and dance in my living […]
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I saw this Carbonator by Aarke at a recent tradeshow and gasped. It’s a thing of beauty. Definitely an upgrade to the plastic-y Sodastream. I would totally give it a home.
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Ted here lives in a world where his phone warns him to leave early for his next appointment because of traffic. He’s also able to order a sandwich on the go from his local deli so that it’s just ready when he reaches to pick it up. And yet, his company’s mobile app does not provide any real-time updates of canceled appointments, often throwing his ...
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All drawings by Edouard Joseph d’Alton (1838). Available as prints at The Public Domain Review.
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Can we stop Design from getting consumed by the machine? Photo by Carolina Heza on Unsplash This article shares some of my thoughts on designing in the corporate world and highlights the challenges we face as designers. “Sorry, I’m a bit of a stickler for paperwork. Where would we be if we didn’t follow the correct procedures?”–Sam Lowry, Brazil Ru ...
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Bicycle Accessories designed to elevate your cycling experience, keeping you safe + secure! If in this era of pollution, pandemic, and panic, you aren’t already a bicycle person, it’s high time you convert into one! Bicycles are slowly becoming...
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Is your design project stuck? What if you don’t know where to start solving a problem? My rule of thumb: start designing. Sketch out ideas and early solutions. In this post I will discuss why letting out your inner designer is always a good idea, and why most projects should start with some design. Photo by Kelly Sikkema on Unsplash The story about ...
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Source: Igor Ianchenko on Dribbble In the modern world, Architecture is soaked in cultural influences, history and contributes to enriching the world. It shapes the communities surrounding them, affects the people who use them, and defines the character of their places. When talking about the massive influence architecture has on the world, one oug ...
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An easy way to identify problems and optimize your website or app Illustration: Outcrowd When a digital product fails to meet expectations, its owner starts desperately looking for an explanation. The site looks good, all the functions are there — so where are the active users? The high conversion rates? What went wrong? Before shelling out on expe ...
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The 1980s are often remembered as an era that left an indelible mark on pop culture, music, and technology. After all, it did give us Metallica, New Order, Run DMC, Public Enemy, Madonna, and many other big names that continue to influence generations to this day. This was also the time when MTV was launched, changing the music industry forever. Me ...
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This modern, minimalist lamp recreates the gentle, calming flicker of the candlestick Paying tribute to the humble candle-lamp that was as ubiquitous in the past as the flashlight on your smartphone is today, the HYMN lamp by Ambientec...
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