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Life presents us many opportunities to make poor decisions. To make things worse: In business, you often need to decide FAST. At least, that’s what they say, right? So how do you make smart decisions? And how do you do it quickly? Source: Not Choosing Will Make You Unhappy… Here’sRead More →

What: A promotional stunt for Silicon Valley , involving free sky-pizza. Who: HBO and emoji-based food delivery system Gofooji. NY, LA, SF ???? Season 5 of Silicon Valley is here ???? Tweet #Sliceline + ???? for your very own pizza from Sliceline to celebrate ???? Source: “Silicon Valley” Is Drone-DroppingRead More →

Photo Details: Author: Joel & Jasmin Førestbird Free texture downloads: 21 Tags: abstract old nature top brown tree trunk wood cracked cross closeup age section Download More textures from categoryRead More →

Sydney based design studio, Arent & Pyke are the masters of creating light, airy, liveable spaces and their latest project involving the transformation of a traditional Californian Bungalow is no exception. DESIGN Arent & Pyke  | PHOTOGRAPHY Felix Forest  Inheriting a typical bungalow floor plan that relies on a central hallwayRead More →

“…a bowl full of joy, clear as the sky, pure as the falling cherry petals, without worry, without doubt…” “Place and a mind may interpenetrate till the nature of both is altered,” the Scottish mountaineer and poet Nan Shepherd wrote in her breathtaking love letter to the mountain. Around theRead More →

miniaturized sensors developed by researchers at the tufts university school of engineering could transform the way we eat. the tiny 2mm x 2mm tooth-mounted sensor uses wireless technology to transmit information on glucose, salt and alcohol intake. tuft engineers sought a more adoptable technology when developing the technology, creating aRead More →

© Peter Bennetts Architects: iredale pedersen hook architects Location: Mundaring, Australia Team: Adrian Iredale, Finn Pedersen, Martyn Hook, Jason Lenard, Rebecca Angus, Melissa Loong, Drew Penhale, Jordan Blagaich, Alana Jennings, Callum Spurge, Amy Snoekstra Area: 1012.0 m2 Project Year: 2017 Photographs: Peter Bennetts Interiors: iredale pedersen hook architects Structural Engineering:Read More →

User Personas have long been the go-to tool for visualizing what we learn about users. But is it always the right tool and are their better alternatives? In a bizarre quirk of scheduling, I have some availability next month if anybody needs help.Discover 8 ways I can help your businessRead More →

This is kind of amazing. Legendary street fashion photographer Bill Cunningham died two years ago, leaving behind a massive body of work documenting the last 40 years of the fashion world. Somewhat surprisingly, he also wrote a memoir that seemingly no one knew about. He called it Fashion Climbing. FashionRead More →

Selected out of seven other proposals, Brooklyn and Bogota-based architecture and design firm Studio Cadena ’s site-specific installation Happy is the winner of the fifth annual Flatiron Public Plaza Holiday Design Competition hosted by the Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership Business Improvement District (BID) and Van Alen Institute. Source: Happy, Flatiron Plaza,Read More →

This is the ultimate gaming vector icon set. The set  of icons includes 26 free icons in total from Pack man to gaming controllers. A broad range of  various different icons to be used across your design projects, which is perfect for print and digital based design projects. The setRead More →

When all goes well, bird photography can be absolutely exhilarating. Yet birds are small and skittish creatures. Hence, a common problem faced by bird photographers, beginners and experts alike, is simply getting close enough to capture an image. Even with longer lenses, attempts to photograph a bird often result inRead More →

Artists: Nina Canell, Milford Graves, and Benjamin Kunkel with Gopal Balakrishnan, John Corbett, Shahzad Ismaily, Alexander R. Galloway, William Parker, Nicole Starosielski, and Robin Watkins Venue: The Artist’s Institute, New York Exhibition Title: The Thirteenth Season of The Artist’s Institute with Nina Canell, Milford Graves, and Benjamin Kunkel Date: September 19 – December 22,Read More →

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to travel the world while working as a designer? It might sound like a dream, but all that glitters is not gold, and it might not be the right choice for you. In this article, I’ll share some insights from myRead More →

Remember the earlier post where I received the tiny battery I ordered in a gargantuan box? Enter a caption (optional) Reader Andrew Roberson pointed out that the cause was “on-demand packaging,” a practice which the company that provides Staples’ fulfillment machinery uses. Enter a caption (optional) In any case, here’sRead More →

The most recent architectural addition to Norway‘s scenic tourist paths is a rest area with a toilet center that sweeps up from a poured-concrete viewing terrace. Oslo-based studio Haugen/Zohar Arkitekter (HZA) designed the Ureddplassen rest place for a Website across the Helgelandskysten Norwegian Scenic Route from the northern region ofRead More →

Spaceship art by Shane Molina. Keywords: modified airplane plane p-51 mustang rear facing gunner cockpit addition concept digital technical concept spaceship art illustration paintings designs by shane molina image portfolio samples from artstation.comRead More →