1. anti-patterns for skateboarders #ux #design

    anti-patterns for skateboarders #ux #design

  2. Unintentional Affordance for the quick lunch #design #ux

    Unintentional Affordance for the quick lunch #design #ux

  3. #architecture #modernism #design #sanfrancisco #wellloved

    #architecture #modernism #design #sanfrancisco #wellloved

  4. Awesome video perfectly summarizing the Processing, OpenFrameworks, and visual coding community.

  5. Photoshop Comps are Paintings of Websites
Brilliant slideshare by Erin Kurtz at Substance, to spark a discussion around the relationship between Art Director and UI Developer in a browser-based comping process

    Photoshop Comps are Paintings of Websites

    Brilliant slideshare by Erin Kurtz at Substance, to spark a discussion around the relationship between Art Director and UI Developer in a browser-based comping process

  6. sunfoundation:

    Sitegeist - Ground Yourself with Data

    Sitegeist is a mobile application that helps you to learn more about your surroundings in seconds. Drawing on publicly available information, the app presents solid data in a simple at-a-glance format to help you tap into the pulse of your location. From demographics about people and housing to the latest popular spots or weather, Sitegeist presents localized information visually so you can get back to enjoying the neighborhood. The application draws on free APIs such as the U.S. Census, Yelp! and others to showcase what’s possible with access to data.

  7. An illustrated poster collecting iconic mid-century modern homes, including designs by Eames, Neutra, Koenig, Wright, and Arts & Architecture’s Case Study Houses.

    Prints available at http://jamesprovost.imagekind.com

    Via: textbookexample

  8. Seriously the World’s First 3-D Printing Photo Booth. 

    Taking portraiture and fab labs to the next level as a Japanese art installation. Totally a preview of a successful business venture.

    Via: Spoon-Tamago

  9. Gorgeous design to support hurricane Sandy relief.
Via: helpink:

Re-Build Up by Skinny Ships.

    Gorgeous design to support hurricane Sandy relief.

    Via: helpink:

    Re-Build Up by Skinny Ships.

  10. perma-scowl:

In 1941, the U.S. began to form a hand-picked army to fight in Europe. What made it different is that its troops were composed of artists, designers, actors, meteorologists, and sound technicians, and their true mission was not to fight, but to deceive the German army. Their props were inflatable tanks and pyrotechnics; their tools camouflage, “spoof” radio plays, special effects, and sonic deception. Their last “disappearing act” was to vanish from history. Officially they were designated as the 23rd Headquarters Special Troops, the first and last battlefield deception outfit ever authorized by the U.S. Army.

    perma-scowl:

    In 1941, the U.S. began to form a hand-picked army to fight in Europe. What made it different is that its troops were composed of artists, designers, actors, meteorologists, and sound technicians, and their true mission was not to fight, but to deceive the German army. Their props were inflatable tanks and pyrotechnics; their tools camouflage, “spoof” radio plays, special effects, and sonic deception. Their last “disappearing act” was to vanish from history. Officially they were designated as the 23rd Headquarters Special Troops, the first and last battlefield deception outfit ever authorized by the U.S. Army.