Forget Black Friday, if you are reading this, it is now time for the Spaces for Ideas Cyber Monday Sale! Well at least in my timezone it is (+8 GMT).
I'm sure most of you would have probably heard of Scott Wilson's little entrepreneurship adventure on Kickstarter, the TikTok and LunaTik iPod Nano watch? FastCo Design, then Cool Hunting and Gizmodo picked up the project
Dmitry Fadeyev on Google's decision to remove the “http://” portion of the URL in Chrome’s address bar. But see, this is one of those things that just doesn’t matter. Design isn’t about cutting waste—that’s too easy. Waste is something that has no value, so identifying and
This awesome infographic (after the jump below), created by the team at Focus, predicts that Tablets (iPad et al.) will be the future of computing. According to the data, 14% of online shoppers intent to purchase an iPad in the next five months.
I'm pretty impressed with the Klhip Nail Clipper. The product is testament that "Form Follows Function" can produce beautiful (instead of boring) products. I love the mechanical design and how it folds up tightly
Francisco Inchauste, a User Experience (UX) designer passionate about all things web, writes a very insightful analysis on the difference of approach between his design of intangible digital products, to that of Architect Frank Lloyd Wright's more analogue (or tangible) products. He writes:
Image by Michael Verhoef It certainly looks a lot like Christmas, my favorite time of the year! To celebrate this festive season, we have decided to do something special to get us all into the festive mood. Throughout the month of November
Bryan over at the ZURBlog wrote that designers should focus on methods, not process.
At a glance, method and process may seem like the same thing, but a closer look reveals their distinct differences. A method is a how you do something, while process is putting