nfinite Lines & Architecture of Hong Kong AoiroStudio Sep 04, 2018 Peter Stewart is a travel photographer based in Hong Kong. We are featuring his first project ever released on Behance. Entitled Stacked – Urban Architecture of Hong Kong, it’s a collection of pictures and memoirs taken by Peter ever
In our newest design debate, Nadine Kolodziey,Thomas Kronbichler, and Polina Joffe weigh on the pros and cons of endless visual stimulation. Ready, set, debate. “Following too many design feeds online encourages repetition and stifles creativity. Source: Design Debate: Is There Such a Thing as Too Much Inspiration?
Japanese architect Katsutoshi Sasaki has built himself a new family home , featuring a dark-painted facade of red cedar and a bright, airy interior. Called T Noie, which refers to the house’s T-shaped structure, the 102-square-metre, two property is located in Toyota, Aichi Prefecture. Source: Katsutoshi Sasaki’s minimalist home contrasts
To infinity and beyond. An excerpt by Roy Stanfield of Airbnb, from DesignBetter.Co’s Design Systems Handbook . Illustration by Jack Daly I find it exciting to see design systems empower design teams to scale and consistently produce solid products, but I know we’re only scratching the surface of our potential. Source:
Henry Adams once said: “Chaos was the law of nature and order was the dream of man”. People always favor the order because it makes things more comprehensible. The same works with user interfaces of digital products. When UI elements are organized and structured, people can easily use an app
Living and working in San Francisco, Colin Pollard creates pop-coloured projects that revel in pastel compositions and deceptive block landscapes. Asymmetry and angular shadows play with perspective at a compelling level. Pollard utilises an intriguing depth of field, where flattened dimensions and focal points draw the eye to colour-enhanced shapes
“What is the ideal customer experience for your product or service?” As a senior consultant at Designit, I work with CEOs, technologists, and managers who consider this question several times a day. They want to ensure that their product or service not only creates real value for their customers but
The sculptural work of Swedish artist Malou Palmqvist is defined by balance and form. Simultaneously geometric and organic, her works could almost be based upon the debris that washes up after a storm—she does, after all, live on an island. Source: Malou Palmqvist Explores Balance And Form
Colour contrast between text and background is important on web pages. It affects some people’s ability to perceive the information (in other words to be able to receive the information visually). Everyone who can see, sees things in different ways. Source: Colour contrast – why does it matter?
Photo by Andy Robinson The Associated Press didn’t call its advice a “stylebook” until 1950. As we saw in the past couple of weeks , the AP’s early iterations of guidelines concentrated on the mechanics of typesetting and transmission rather than language and usage. Source: The history of The New
If you’re a social media manager needing to create images quickly and easily but you’ve not got a huge amount of experience with graphic design, it’s likely by now you’ve already discovered beloved and hugely successful free graphic design tool website Canva . Source: Helpful Graphic Design Tips For Non
Amateur photographer @Ben_On_The_Moon noticed some peculiar weathering patterns on a plastic-coated chain link fence . More views of the fence here , here , and here . In the clumsy Hollywood reboot of Arrival starring Nicolas Cage, this would be the discovery that sets up the alien invasion of the
Financial services sits at the second level of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, where people need safety and security. That’s just one level above air, water, and food. People take their money very seriously, and while the Charles Schwab team is designing for communicating information about money, their real product is