Last week was full of great articles, we had lots of news about the Friend Connect from Google, besides that there was the very interesting Smasningmagazine list of Useful Podcasts For Designers And Developers. There were many more cool posts and below we list our picks of the week
I'm a Brazilian product designer based in Oakland, California currently working for Google as a Staff Designer. I am also the founder of Abduzeedo, an award-winning digital publication about design and a personal project that has become the source of inspiration for millions of designers and enthusiasts.
Today we bring to you another incredible image from the CGSociety TEN contest. The artwork was created by Jakob Eirich, a freelance 2D-artist currently based in Germany. The title of the artwork is MILL10NAIRES and it's simply amazing to see not only the final result but the evolution of the design until the outcome.
Jakob graduated in July 2009 with a degree in graphics-design at the ‘HAWK – University of Applied Sciences and
Arts’ in Hildesheim, Niedersachsen.
40 years after his death, Bruce Lee remains a praised martial arts master and worldwide idol. Bruce was not only a great fighter and actor, he also a great enthusiast on philosophy and lifestyle. Today we remember and celebrate him with this tribute.
Just in case you came from Mars and don't have a clue of who is Bruce Lee, here's his Website where you can find pretty much all about him. All images and authors on this post are linked to the original source.
When I was a kid I used to love to draw cars, from the iconic VW Beetle to Formula 1. I had so much fun, especially in school, where apparently, was the most inspiring and creative moment for me to zone out of the day's lesson and sketch.
Last week we posted about one of the design styles we believe will be trendy in 2013. In this post we would like to feature another trend that has already been established and is evolving alongside with the technology that makes it possible. The trend, editorial/magazine style with big images, and more specifically, dark color schemes.
It's mind boggling to think that a few years ago most of the sites featured after the jump wouldn't be made using web standards (HTML/CSS/JS) but Flash.