Our world is filled with a wondrous array of color, including the exterior adornment of our own abodes. From the iconic Rainbow Row in Charleston to Mexico’s nutty and shell-shaped Nautilus House, the homes that literally color our earth are beyond amazing. Source: Color Inspiration: Houses of Every Hue AdvertisementsRead More →

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A darkened brick tower and a glass volume form this extension by Gundry & Ducker , added to the rear of a north London residence to create a kitchen and living room with garden views. Read more Source: Gundry & Ducker adds sooty brick and glass extension to London houseRead More →

Here is how the responsive version of the “Contact Us” page looks like. Use this link to view the desktop version. The idea is simple – to show the most important information within the screen of portable device and make it look nice. Source: Responsive version for the contact pageRead More →

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What kind of materials are better read in print than on a screen? Source: The Effects of Digital Technology on Reading According to the previous article, most people prefer their reading material to be on actual paper.  However, consider the following tip when using an e-reader. Use night reader function. AnyRead More →

In his concept sketch, Oscar Björck (Swedish, 1860-1929) shows a fisherman hastily putting on his gear, responding to a distress call. Sketch for A Signal of Distress ” Et nødskud ” by Oscar Björck His wife and kids anxiously peer out through the window. Source: The Power of CroppingRead More →

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Teabox is a tea-commerce company that is seeking to revolutionize the experience of one of the oldest drinks in history by bringing it directly to the consumer. Natasha Jen and team designed a bold new identity, packaging and website for the online retailer that will help establish it as aRead More →

A selection of icons and illustrations created for Forbes Japan. The editorial pieces focussed on various topics around finance, ideas, business and technology. Source: ForbesRead More →

Section number designs for Wired UK’s The Wired World In 2017 issue, forecasting trends in Technology, Business, Government, Media, Science, Environment, Medicine and Lifestyle. Source: Wired UK ? Typographic NumbersRead More →

TypeTogether is pleased to announce the 4th edition of the Typeface Publishing Incentive program , an initiative aimed at helping promising typeface design students develop their careers. The post Typeface Publishing Incentive program by TypeTogether appeared first on 365typo . Source: Typeface Publishing Incentive program by TypeTogetherRead More →

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One of the most celebrated of all Beethoven’s piano compositions.  At the time the great genius was fast approaching total deafness. A lovely story that is enveloped in myth, relates the story of Beethoven that during one of his moonlight walks he so much loved, he passed a home, andRead More →

I read this morning a blog post on, Multitasking myths and how to improve your multitasking skills. Dr Jeremy Dean’s ebooks are: The Anxiety Plan: 42 Strategies For Worry, Phobias, OCD and Panic Spark: 17 Steps That Will Boost Your Motivation For Anything Source: The Attractive Myth That Women AreRead More →

A boom in gadgets and a growing middle class has contributed to a spike in e-waste in East and South-East Asia, raising environmental concerns Source: Gadget boom sees e-waste in Asia spike 63 per cent in 5 years There seems to be and insatiable appetite for these materials. E-waste includesRead More →

Wallpaper of the Week – Abstract Geometric Light AoiroStudio Jan 16, 2017 Following up our comeback with the Wallpaper of the Week series, it’s crazy to imagine there’s more than 350+ wallpapers available to download for your different screen resolutions. Source: Wallpaper of the Week – Abstract Geometric LightRead More →

Contributed by Florian Hardwig License: All Rights Reserved . The subject of this episode of the Weekly Invoice series is technically not a proper invoice, but an order confirmation. It was sent in 1930 (although the form was apparently printed already in the 1920s) by Gebr. Source: Gebr. Müller LuckenwaldeRead More →

In a small space, it’s hard enough to find room for a desk, let alone a big desk with drawers and tons of storage space. The good news is, you don’t need a cabinet full of drawers attached to your desk to store all your things—just use the space youRead More →