Posts Tagged "design"
I was really excited to see The New Yorker in the app store after grumbling for months about why it was taking them so long. Now that I work at a mobile marketing company, I have actually been “unblind” to ads and do end up tapping them to see how (and if!) the ads work. An app is the perfect vehicle for an ad, so I was really disappointed to see the landing pages of some of the...Read More
I remember all the frustrations and enjoys of working on design elements and marketing collateral, and a chance to work in Photoshop at my day job has really made me aware of how much I missing working on design. Here are a few more from the archive that I never got around to...Read More
“FF Chartwell is a graphing tool for the Excel challenged. There are no cells to highlight or windows for values. Instead, you simply type the values you want in a graph, separated by plus signs. Then, as easily as you would swap a font, you can highlight the numbers and instantly transform them into several different, sharp-looking graphs.” - via @FastCoDesign For me, the beauty of...Read More
In a recent blog post, I raved about Prague, and ranted about walking maps. Here’s my prototype of the map. I will save the reader the transparent overlays for each of the icons in the right hand...Read More
Day V of 30 Days of Creativity showcases the faucet or the tap, gushing out cool water through its remodeled steel accents. “Petty...Read More