Users rarely read an entire webpage. That means you need to adopt a different style when writing for the web. A style that accommodates this lack of attention. The post How to Write for an Online Audience That Hates to Read appeared first on Boagworld – User Experience Advice .Read More →

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Japanese Concert Poster: Neighborhood and the Surrounding. Daisuke Maeda, Contsu Toda (T.CONTSU). 2015Read More →

Card by Guillermo Deisler, 1978, in support of the International Campaign to Free Clemente Padín and Jorge Caraballo, imprisoned in 1977 during the Uruguayan Dictatorship [Archivo Clemente Padín, Montevideo]  Read More →

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For an image so often associated with loneliness, ’s Nighthawks (1942) is strangely seductive. Solitary, hunched figures perch on stools along the slender countertop of an all-night diner. Bright overhead lighting casts a theatrical play of shadows on the deserted sidewalk outside, with the sleek, curving form of the diner’sRead More →

Mono-no-Aware: Painted Photographs by Gabriella Achadinha and Marlize Eckard Share Tweet 物の哀れ – Mono no Aware is the work of photographer Gabriella Achadinha and illustrator and designer Marlize Eckard which infuses painting with photography. Source: Mono-no-Aware: Painted Photographs by Gabriella Achadinha and Marlize EckardRead More →

And so begins another week of colour crush posts! Starting with this lovely little combo… Tones of yellow alongside peach and oranges and those beautiful blues, with a hint of turquoise and pop of chocolate. Think this might be a new favourite, yum! Source: Colour crush…Read More →

Modular Table is a smart kit furniture system that not only makes it easy to assemble the table itself, but also to transform it according to its needs and to adapt it according to the layout of the premises. The system consists of walnut and solid walnut or birch plywoodRead More →

Random barn cat taken during the golden hour Source: Blogging and cat photos go together like peanut butter and chocolateRead More →

Photographs of the country’s interior and exterior structures provide thought-provoking insights into a society built upon fairyland aesthetics. Kim Jong-un, the North Korean leader, once declared: “Let us turn the whole country into a socialist fairyland.” Guardian architecture critic Oliver Wainwright gained access to the country in July 2015, andRead More →

Nobody’s perfect. We all make mistakes. And design is full of tiny pitfalls that are easy to miss. Thankfully, designers usually learn from their early failures and ultimately become better for it. In that sense, design fails aren’t all that bad—for the most part. Source: Epic design fails: laughing andRead More →

  Vintage Showy Pink Blooming Cactus Image! Written by Karen GraphicsFairy Leave a Comment Today I’m sharing this Vintage Showy Pink Blooming Cactus Image! I love this print of a large coral pink flower bloom and thin cactus stems. Source: Vintage Showy Pink Blooming Cactus Image!Read More →

He says he loves fashion, nature and beauty, and Janice Sung, from Toronto, has found a way to bring together his passions in a highly original style. If the make-up of the latest fashion shows, the fashion magazine poses and the clothes worn by these cosmopolitan girls speak of luxuryRead More →

Color plays a huge role in how your audience perceives you. Whether you’re running a small business as a solopreneur, or working in a big corporate, your business has a brand—and the colors you use are a part of that brand identity. Source: Build your brand: 20 unique and memorableRead More →

Masculinity is a concept as outdated as can be, and yet in 2018 it’s as prevalent as ever. Photographer Jack Daly has been surrounded and pressured by stereotypes forever, and finally he’s calling it out. In a personal project entitled The Real Man Catalogue, Daly has pointed the finger atRead More →

Now this is a cat scratching post I could get behind. Thanks Tuft and Paw for bringing some style to cat furniture. Source: Cat Scratching Post VoltoRead More →

The senses: design beyond the vision

The Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum in New York is currently hosting the exhibition The Senses: Design Beyond Vision , through 28 October 2018. The exhibition explores how multisensory design can enhance our ability to receive information from our environment, explore our world, and satisfy basic needs. Source: Sensory designRead More →

You know when someone’s telling a story and they just go on and on and on and you’re trying to show interest, but in you’re mind you’re saying “Err, what’s your point to the panel, caller?” Spurting a stream of consciousness does not constitute storytelling – because it doesn’t consider andRead More →

Ausstellung Amerikanische Hausgeräte By Sefan Munsing, Germany 1951 Stefan Munsing, was former cultural officer in the State Department who helped take American art to postwar Europe.  During the late 1940’s and 50’s, he established the State Department’s Amerika Haus programs in Munich and Berlin and organized exhibitions and cultural programs inRead More →

Located near downtown Havana, Cuba, is the humble village of Jaimanitas — an unobtrusive coastal town that has recently become the canvas for celebrated artist José Rodríguez Fuster’s dreamscape . Who is José Rodríguez Fuster? In 1975, Fuster converted his house into an art museum by embellishing it with brightlyRead More →