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axelpeemoeller.com

Posted 2 years ago

http://reformat.no/

"An editorial web site which has the print feel to it without using the direct print (sheet of paper) metaphors. Vertical spacing, negative space, large typography etc. All components brilliantly executed."

Posted 2 years ago

10 New Years Resolutions for Designers

Posted 2 years ago

oliphillips:

Nesting Kitchen Knifes

by Mia Schmallenbach 

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M I N I M A L I S S I M O

Posted 2 years ago

Dryerhair is an aesthetically pleasing hair dryer, created by UK based design studio Industrial Facility. Stripped to its absolute essentials, the object makes a strong statement. Instead of being an eyesore, as unfortunately most hair dryers are, this piece is a proud contribution to the space it occupies.

Industrial Facility cofounder Sam Hecht elaborates:

The purpose of the project is to illustrate just how conservative and unuseful most of these types of products still are, and that manufacturers are letting us down. I’m not saying this is the only design solution, but it is clear that a much more resonant result can be obtained when you think about a hair dryer not through product design but through where the product will spend its life.

UI Parade

Posted 2 years ago

oliphillips:

The Genocide Project

by Hila Ben-navat

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Don Norman: I Have Seen the Future and I am Opposed

"I can no longer function by myself. When my smartphone becomes stupid, I too become stupid. Just as I am reliant on technology and the skills of others to clothe, house and feed me, I am reliant on my technology for my intelligence. My phone translates foreign languages, provides maps and directions, recommends restaurants and tells me the news of the day. It lets me communicate with friends around the world and in general, allows me to function. All my knowledge depends upon access to communication services: my email, my calendar, my maps and guidebooks. But all of this is at the mercy of the service provider."

Posted 2 years ago