Part of the Daily Design Inspiration series that started it all on Abduzeedo. This is where you'll find the most interesting things/finds/work curated by one of us to simply inspire your day.
logo · logos · logo design
It's been quite a little while since our last logo design inspiration, well here it is for you guys. This collection has been made and designed by a Lyon-based designer named: Romain Billaud. I liked the fact that this series goes in different directions and that's what makes it even more, interesting and inspiring.
This is now a thing! We are starting a weekly UI/UX interactions collection for your UI inspiration. We will focus on cool animations, layout designs, UX thinking and more. We will mix it all from static, dynamic and even live prototypes, this might be a great article to bookmark! For this week, I noticed how designers love using the iPhone X mockup, it's quite nice actually.
It's finally the end of the Black Friday and Cyber Monday craze, aren't you glad that is over?! WE got hammered in our inboxes from the pre-sale, actual sale, extended and never-ending sales. After all of this, did you buy anything? Was it worth it? This is exactly the intention behind this illustration series by Tough Slate Design, what you think?
Let's explore the Monument Valley area in Arizona through the camera of photographer Alessandro Guida. If you are a movie fan, you might have recognized this famous location from movies like Forrest Gump and even Back to the Future Part 3. Going through Alessandro's beautiful series, it definitely gives you a Western Cowboy atmosphere.
About a year ago, we went to the international car launch of LYNK & CO in Berlin, Germany. They are now releasing their first car in China, the Model 01 (shown in the gallery). Designed and engineered in Sweden, the Model 01 went to pre-sale on November 17th.
We would like to introduce a lifestyle brand called: DUSKO, they sell products that includes high-quality cotton t-shirts, limited-edition accessories, resilient leather everyday gear and more. Behind the brand, we have its own Tomas Jasovsky who is a Creative Manager at InVision.
This is a different approach from our usual feature on ABDZ but this might be greatly useful if you ever get this opportunity. Last week, I (François Hoang - Chief Editor on ABDZ) was on my flight home from an onsite interview I had in San Diego for a UX position.
Time for some clean and minimal web design inspiration. For this post I'd like t feature the project that Daniel Tan shared on his Behance profile for Nona Home. There are so many things to love about this project, from the delicate iconography, bold typography and quite awesome grid.
Adolfo Navarro and Joshua Allen shared an amazing industrial design project on their Behance profile titled Tenderete. Tenderete is a home workstation that easily adapts to most common user’s needs through accessories designed to function as modules and extension
After a long Weekend of rest, I thought we should start it all with a burst of web design inspiration. A collection really well-designed by Prague-based design boutique Creative Mints. A great balance of typography, layout, and colors; somehow quite different from the usual "guaranteed approaches" and stock photo gallery designs we are seeing lately.
hotels · cool hotels · big sur · glen oaks
If you're looking for the consummate Big Sur experience this holiday season look no further than the Glen Oaks Lodge located on California's scenic Highway 1 and just one mile from Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park.
With the October fires that tragically scorched Napa Valley, now is the best time to show your support for recovery efforts and book that wine weekend getaway.
It's Thanksgiving for those who celebrate it and it's a great moment to get some time off to relax. Meanwhile you can also look out for these yearly Black Friday deals but for us designers! We made a roundup of deals for you guys! A collection of what we think could be beneficial for your design needs including Framer, LS Graphics, UI8, Semplice and more. Please enjoy this time of the year!
industrial design · design · fashion · vr · ar · augmented reality
We have seeing many companies like Facebook, Google and Apple; all taking their turns into VR/AR. What happened if it was designed to a level of a fashion brand? What would have been the approach? Well this is exactly was this concept is all about by Korean-based studio PDF Haus for Givenchy.
Concept projects are always a great way to learn and improve your design skills. It gives you the opportunity to try new things, ignore some constraints or really focus on particular areas you think you need to improve. A great example is the work that Aleksandr Maksimov shared on his Behance profile.
Lucas Berghoef has been using his Instagram to share much more than photos, he is posting his graphic design and web design experiments and they are awesome. There's so many good examples of typography and grid systems applied to web sites.
The WWW (Wonderful Women at Wednesday Studio) invited
Fabio Pistoia is a designer from Milan, Italy and he shared an awesome brand identity project on his Behance profile. It's for a creative digital agency based in Milan name KIWI. There are many things to love about this project but I want to highlight the bold/blocky typeface.
We're so delighted to bring you the work of the uniquely talented Kat Hutter and Roger Lee of Kat and Roger, an uber cool couple giving ceramics a breathtaking new life. Kat and Roger met over a decade ago as art students and have been sharing their talents with the world by way of teaching art and design across the country.
Brand identity posts are never enough in my opinion. I feel that it's probably one of the most challenge design projects due to its constraints and the canvas you have to create for. If you think about it, the outcome is a simple composition with typography and with or without a symbol.
It's been a little while since our last WPW; following up our comeback with the Wallpaper of the Week series, it’s crazy to imagine there’s more than 350+ wallpapers available to download for your different screen resolutions.
We would like to share this cool project that is currently live for support. Introducing Volume, the first publishing platform for high-quality illustrated books for visual creatives with also lovers of print. In this issue, we are taking a close and personal at the work of Anthony Burrill, designer and letterpress guru.
I am about to hit the West Coast for a few days next week, as someone living in the North with the cold. It will be a treat to change my warm coat for a pair of sandals. Let's take a look at the digital photography series by Paris-based photographer Ludwig Favre about Los Angeles, California.