Icons! Hard Drives!
This may be the best part of the 1968 Chevrolet Malibu Chevelle, right here.
This one is all about making the right educational choices for our kids. And dad guilt.
“For example, we were able to map 1.5 million running routes thanks to a partnership with Runkeeper. In another example, the New York taxi pickup locations are nominally public data, but are public in practice only because Chris Whong filed a Freedom of Information request for them.” Source: Eric Fischer’s marvelous maps | Flickr Blog
Not quite macro.
All of the designers sit together—there aren’t many engineers sitting with us even though we’re all on the same floor. I think it’s important to collaborate with engineers because they might look at a problem in a different way—and offer great solutions we might not have thought of. Source: Inside Design: Netflix « Thoughts on […]
Great piece on Medium from Mike Sall with a look back and forward at web design. Love the thinking: Within these constraints, both have progressed along remarkably similar paths, building on the past and reacting to it in similar ways. If you want to know where web design is heading, just look at where architecture […]
Crazy beautiful footage of two very insane people flying.
An approach to editing exactly the opposite of my normal instincts.
Tasty shot of a well-restored 1968 Chevrolet Malibu Chevelle.
Sometimes the light hits the clichés right in the gut.
Moltz returns. There is much rejoicing!
We talk about Apple stuff. Watch, new MacBook, and the blandness of the upcoming changes to the Music app.