Some great templates for making quick sketches and wireframes with standard UI elements. Via Happy Cog.
Category Archive for ‘Asides’
I’m going to do more writing over at the Readability blog soon. My first post was about attention deficits, portable content & rediscovering longform on the web.
LiveView is a specialized remote screen viewing application intended as a tool to help designers create graphics for mobile applications.
The model for setting up a quirky blog then waiting for the coffee-table book deals to roll in is being stretched a bit thin, but good luck to this guy.
This post by Jared Spool is another chapter in the strongest recurring theme of 2006-2010: gameplay in everyday activities. See also, this talk by Jesse Schell.
Design-wise, RepentAmarillo.com is a curious mix of military- and spiritual-warfare with video game aesthetic. Also, animated snow. Or nuclear fallout?
The first thing I thought of when I discovered ChatRoulette was “hey, stop doing that that!” The second thing I thought of was its great potential for improvised performance.
A photo my wife and I took and blogged about respectively reached its peak of internet fame before completing its life-cycle and appearing on a Tumblr making fun of bad [...]
No one knows if TrustoCorp is more than one person, but s/he/it makes street art in the form of signage which I recently spotted on Houston Street in NYC.
Business Week profiles “27 luminaries who represent a diverse cross-section of design disciplines”.