Well, it’s about time that somebody take the Creative Suite 3 icons and either a) spice them up, or b) take them to the next level. Apparently, this guy is behind it. Blasphemy! Via Typophile and TUAW.
This is the reason why I would never become an architect like my mom, even though international architecture magazine like this can be downloaded for free and the phrase “I have no life” can also apply to the ad industry.
Sorry, Jen, now we can’t complain that we’re not great graphic designers because making stuff look good in their context has become so ridiculously easy.
I told ya, the Rieses were right all along, ‘divergent’ products will trump its ‘convergent’ rival any day of the week. James Surowiecki wrote on people’s tendency to like, but their inability to cope with, barrage of features in a product. Via Signals vs. Noise.
I think that this is a great way to present user ratings, and that other sites will soon follow in Summize’s footstep.
While I only have the slightest idea of what this site might mean in English, I have no doubt that the public transit map design in Russia is alive and well.
“Every conscious moment is like waking up for the first time. New information…’melts like snow, leaving not a trace’.” The Death of Yesterday made me appreciate every second of my life.
The two above links are taken from The Proceedings of The Athanasius Kircher Society.
On the Upper Nile, a man was “forced to ‘marry’ goat.”
And to close this post, Jessica Hagy’s sublime observation on the similarity between tax fraud and online dating. Good night.