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in SeptemberIndustry

William Hall

Mother of Pearl Stationery and continuity sheets
Design William Hall
“Mother of Pearl is a clothing brand which uses technical fabrics such as those used in sportswear in a collection of lux

in SeptemberIndustry

Keller Maurer Design

Munich Re Corporate typeface — Art direction and consulting
Design Keller Maurer Design
“We were commissioned by Munich Re to artdirect and manage the development of a new corporate typefa

in SeptemberIndustry

Mike Giesser

Reeves Manifesto Booklet
Design Mike Giesser
“The Reeves manifesto, entitled “10/01″ aims to offer new business leads a glimpse into one day at the office.

in Design Observer: Main Posts

One Car Per Family

Report on Yves Béhar's design for a new "people's car."

in Design Observer: Main Posts

Peter Bilak & Satya Rajpurohit: Interview on Typography

Dirk Wachowiak interviews Peter Bilak and Satya Rajpurohit on their recent collaboration, the Hindi version of Bilak’s Fedra.

in Design Observer: Main Posts

Open Secrets: Photographs of Japan

On Places, photographs by Alan Thomas that explore the "peculiar geometries" of urban Japan — the small-scale improvisational spaces in between the big planned projects, and beyond the busy entertai

in Dezeen

Niyang River Visitor Center by Standardarchitecture-Zhaoyang Studio

Architects Standardarchitecture-Zhaoyang Studio have completed a visitors centre next to a river in Tibet.

in Wired

How I Survived My SXSW Keynote Interview

Twitter has taken out South by Southwest presenters in the past, leading to very public — and very embarrassing — onstage meltdowns.

in Wired

Alt Text: 'Final Fantasy,' Then and Now

What's new in the latest installment of the venerable RPG franchise? Oh, only just about everything.

in Fontblog

Fontblog jetzt 360° auf ›FF Yoga Web‹, dank Typekit

Seit 2 Tagen können auch FontShop-Kunden in Deutschland die technische Kooperation zwischen FontFont und dem Webfont-Mietservice Typekit nutzen.

in thinkvitamin

Just released 10 more student tickets to the CSS3 Online Conference. They'll sell out quick so grab yours now! http://cot.ag/9mm

Just released 10 more student tickets to the CSS3 Online Conference. They'll sell out quick so grab yours now!

in Experience Matters

@criticalmass checks in @SxSW Interactive 2010

Last week, a number of CMers flew from all of our offices into Austin for one of the year’s most hyped industry events.

in You the Designer

40 Extremely Cool and Inspiring Typography Designs

Typography is the art and technique of arranging type, type design, and modifying type glyphs.

in swissmiss

Bobble | Water Bottle with Built In Filter

Have you ever gone completely gaga over a waterbottle? I did! I was given a Bobble and am loving it. What’s so cool about it? It has a built in water filter!

in Dezeen

Wrecking Ball Lamp and Crane Lamp by Studio Job

Artists Studio Job will exhibit lamps suspended from bronze models of a crane and a wrecking ball at the Carpenters Workshop Gallery in London later this week.

in Boagworld

5 techniques and 10 tools for making blogging easier

Blogging is hard work. That's why you want to make it as easy as possible. This post provides hints and tips on how to make your blogging experience less painful.

in Dezeen

Upholstered Tapas Chair by Matthew Hilton

British designer Matthew Hilton will launch an upholstered three-legged chair in Milan next month.

in Ace Jet 170

Brutal

I'm not a student of architecture, in the broad sense.

in Dezeen

Concrete Chair by Tejo Remy & René Veenhuizen

Dutch designers Tejo Remy & René Veenhuizen have designed a collection of furniture that looks inflated but is actually made of cast concrete.

in swissmiss

iPad Templates and Stencils

iPad Templates and Stencils. Fantastic.

in Fontblog

Lead Awards 2010: Die Finalisten

Die Finalisten der Lead Awards für herausragende gestalterische Leistung in den Bereichen Print, Online und Anzeigen stehen fest.

in Web Designer Wall

38 Mobile (iPhone) Sites

As you may probably know mobile design is getting more and more popular, particularly the iPhone design. Almost every popular website or web app offers a mobile version now.

in Dezeen

Brick Tectonics by Ricardo Ploemen

Technische Universiteit Eindhoven student Ricardo Ploemen has designed a conceptual chapel with wavy brick walls, using an AutoCad script to determine the structure of each facade.

in Dezeen

The Invisibles by Tokujin Yoshioka for Kartell

Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka will launch a collection of transparent polycarbonate furniture at the Kartell showroom in Milan next month.

in Fontblog

Diese Textfarbe ist Millionen wert

Laut Spiegel online hat Microsoft intensiv Farbtöne für die Werbelinks auf seiner Suchseite bing.com getestet.

in thinkvitamin

Nice intro to Mercurial version control system courtesy of @spolsky http://hginit.com/ #tv ^KW

Nice intro to Mercurial version control system courtesy of @spolsky http://hginit.com/

in Six Revisions

Are You a True Photoshopper? Take This Quiz!

This Facebook quiz that tests your knowledge of Photoshop.

in Ace Jet 170

Beer, Branding & Responsible Design

Next Monday sees the first proper event organised by the NI Design Alliance. If you're in NI and haven't signed up yet, you really should.

in Fontblog

Buchmessestand aus 15.000 Bleistiften

In Halle 5 der Leipziger Buchmesse stiftet der Mitteldeutsche Verlag die Besucher im wahrsten Sinne des Wortes zum Lesen an.

in Fontblog

9-Stunden-Kapselhotel: Design als Camouflage

Westliche Gäste sind im neuen »9 h Capsule Hotel« (Kyoto, Japan) gerne gesehen, aber extrem selten – dabei ist es preiswert, sauber und elegant gestaltet.

in Slashdot

Cisco's New Router — Trouble For Hollywood

Shakrai writes "Time Magazine has published an article about the impact of Cisco's new CRS-3 router on the business practices of the MAFIAA.

in Slashdot

Planck Mission Releases Images of Galactic Dust

davecl writes "The Planck satellite has released its first new science images, showing the large scale filamentary structure of cold dust in our own galaxy.

in Slashdot

The Death of the US-Mexico Virtual Fence

eldavojohn writes "A couple of years ago it was announced that the Boeing-built virtual fence at the US-Mexico border didn't work.

in Slashdot

Science and the Shortcomings of Statistics

Kilrah_il writes "The linked article provides a short summery of the problems scientists have with statistics.

in Slashdot

Solar Powered Augmented Reality Contact Lenses

ByronScott writes "Want eyesight that could put your neighborhood cyborg to shame?

in Slashdot

Disgruntled Ex-Employee Remotely Disables 100 Cars

hansamurai writes "Over one hundred cars equipped with a Webtech Plus blackbox were remotely disabled when a former employee of dealership Texas Auto Center got hold of his employer's database of user

in Slashdot

Lord British's Lost Lunar Rover Found, After 37 Years

Lanxon writes "The guy behind Ultima Online once bought an old Russian rover, despite it being lost on the moon somewhere.

in Slashdot

Complex Life Found Under 600 Feet of Antarctic Ice

Chroniton writes "NASA ice scientists have found a shrimp-like creature and a possible jellyfish 'frolicking' beneath 600 feet of solid Antarctic ice, where only microbes were expected to live.

in Slashdot

Wikipedia's Assault On Patent-Encumbered Codecs

An anonymous reader writes "The Open Video Alliance is launching a campaign today called Let's Get Video on Wikipedia asking people to create and post videos to Wikipedia articles (good, encyclopedia

in Slashdot

Mississippi Makes Caller ID Spoofing Illegal

marklyon writes "HB 872, recently signed into law by Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour, makes Caller ID spoofing illegal.

in Slashdot

Japanese Researchers Develop World's Fastest Book Scanner

An anonymous reader writes "IEEE Spectrum reports that Tokyo University researchers have developed a superfast book scanner that uses lasers and a high-speed camera to achieve a capture rate of 200 pa

in Slashdot

Firmware Hack Allows Video Analysis On a Canon Camera

An anonymous reader writes "Researchers from the University of Liege in Belgium have been able to perform real-time video analysis on regular Canon digicam (video link) without any hardware modificati

in Slashdot

Android 2.1 Finally Makes It To Droid

MrSmith0011000100110 writes "The lovely people over at AndroidCentral have broken the announcement that Android 2.1 is finally coming to the Motorola Droid, with actual proof on Verizon's droid suppor

in Slashdot

The Movie Studios' Big 3D Scam

An anonymous reader writes "There's a lot of things wrong with 3D movies. Avatar's 3D was well executed, but Alice's 3D was really bad, like all 2D-to-3D conversions.

in Slashdot

Aussie Gamers Dress As Zombies To Raise R18+ Awareness

swandives writes "Australian gamers will dress as zombies to raise awareness about the lack of an R18+ rating for video games in the country.

in AIGA Design Forum: Home

Typographer at Law: An Interview with Matthew Butterick

Are lawyers legally required to use Courier? Heller discusses the law of the letter with a Font Bureau designer turned attorney.

in Design Observer: Main Posts

Tinder Boxes

in Design Observer: Main Posts

Aspen Design Summit: Film

This short film by GoodFocus Films captures participant perspectives at the Aspen Design Summit in November 2009.

in Dezeen

Movijovem Youth Hostel by ComA Architects

Photographer Nelson Garrido has sent us his photographs of an extension to a youth hostel on a Portuguese mountainside by ComA Architects.

in Wired

What's Inside Head & Shoulders That Nukes Yeast, Zaps Static?

Start with a moisturizer, then add a few (safe) preservatives, an antistatic agent, and some of that stuff inside breast implants, and you have dry scalp care!

in Wired

SXSW: Geeks Defend Their Foursquare Turf

Competition turns cutthroat as more and more people track their travels with the location-based service.

in Six Revisions

How to Write an Amazing Article

But, to hell with good articles. Anyone can write a good article. So I asked, "What makes an amazing article?"

in Wired

The Oldest Trees on the Planet

Tress are among the oldest living things on the planet, and the oldest we know of are pushing 5,000 years.

in Experience Matters

How to Bring TED to Your City

On Feb. 26, I attended TEDxYYC – the first ever TED community event in Calgary.

in swissmiss

The Heads of State – Travel Poster Series

The Heads of State just announced their Travel Poster Series. These guys are talented. Chapeau!

in You the Designer

A Collection of 30+ Useful Maya Tutorials

Maya is a high-end 3D application that enables the user to create highly realistic images using the various tools provided by the software.

in Monoscope

DK: The Future of Publishing

Bravo, genius copy writing

This video was prepared by the UK branch of Dorling Kindersley Books.