Pick of The Week
30 UX lessons I wish I learned earlier: Part 1
What a decade in UX teaches you.
In his first of a three-part series, Senior Designer, Jeremy Bird shares a handful of lessons about the UX craft that might just help you avoid the pitfalls he encountered earlier on.
The Best of The Rest
Re:Birth — Tom le French
Modern services, for simpler times.
Remember when VHS tapes, disposable cameras and walkie talkies felt like our peak in tech? Well this art director never got over them and mashed them up with our everyday apps.
UI & UX Micro-Tips: Volume Four
But wait, there's more!
Didn't have enough of those nifty UI tips & tricks from last week? Well the author, Marc Andrew, shares a couple more golden nuggets to finesse your visual design. Dig in.
Elaborately Constructed LEGO Universes by Artist Ekow Nimako...
Building your world, brick by brick.
Childhood promises of playing with LEGOs forever might have not been kept by most of us, but Toronto-based artist Ekow Nimako never stopped, and shows us an Afrofuturist world full of wonders that'll want to make you get your bricks out.
New York studio Gretel partners with Japan’s largest publisher Kodansha to update its identity and logo
At the crossroads of all cultures.
Over a century from its founding, Japanese publisher Kodansha partners with design studio Gretel to welcome an identity that highlights their titles' diversity, creativity and "excite all kinds of fans from all over the world".
One More Thing
The Museum of Annoying Experiences
How did we ever survive....
In an age where almost everything seems possible with digital services, those same services can drive us insane in ways we'll hopefully look back at and laugh. Today seems to be that day.