Weekly Roundup: Samsung New Massive Ultra-Wide Monitor, Apple Clips and More

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We all had a long week of work, school and maybe vacation (some of us) and after spending some time relaxing with family, friends; we'll mostly spend be ready to tackle a new week. Before you do, it's time for the Weekly Roundup where we curated our some of the interesting things that happened on the Web either it is news, a new tool to try, a cool video and some sites inspiration that caught on attention. We'll also include some Abduzeedo articles from the past week just in case that you've missed them. Time to sit back, see what you've missed and gear up for the next one.

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From the Web

Samsung takes on dual-monitor setups with its massive ultra-wide display via TheNextWeb

 

Weekly Roundup: Samsung New Massive Ultra-Wide Monitor, Apple Clips and More

 

Apple’s Clips app for video is available now via TheNextWeb

 

Weekly Roundup: Samsung New Massive Ultra-Wide Monitor, Apple Clips and More

 

Study: Microsoft Surface buyers more satisfied than iPad owners via TheNextWeb

 

Weekly Roundup: Samsung New Massive Ultra-Wide Monitor, Apple Clips and More

 

YouTube removes ads from channels with less than 10k views via TheNextWeb

 

Weekly Roundup: Samsung New Massive Ultra-Wide Monitor, Apple Clips and More

 

Sadblock via Product Hunt

Block sad/depressing news from your social feeds

Fact Check by Google via Product Hunt

Google fights fake news in search with 'fact check'

From Abduzeedo

Graphic Design: Baugasm 365 Posters

 Beware of a very long scroll feature, just because it’s quite aesthetically awesome! We are featuring the graphic design work from Vasjen Katro for his 365 poster series called: Baugasm. He is already hustling it out on his second year and it’s still going strong. This whole series is a blast of inspiration that we can all learn and get inspired from. Happy Scroll!

 

 

Weekly Roundup: Samsung New Massive Ultra-Wide Monitor, Apple Clips and More

 

The Perfect Office - Magnetic Hourglass, Samsung DeX Station Dock, Office Ideas and More 

Weekly Roundup: Samsung New Massive Ultra-Wide Monitor, Apple Clips and More

 

Interaction Design and UI/UX: Smart Expense App

 

We are taking a look at this interaction design of an app named: Smart Expense. Designed by Prakhar Neel Sharma, it’s a colourful approach on how you should manage your daily expenses with cute illustrations and graphics to be more familiarize with your finance. I personally liked the “explore” section since it’s giving you a little bit more options within the app. It’s an overall beautiful work but I can’t help to spot the many spelling errors, be careful with that Prakhar!

 

Weekly Roundup: Samsung New Massive Ultra-Wide Monitor, Apple Clips and More

 

Photography: Still Optimist (Pony Mtl x Sid Lee Collective)

 We are taking a look at some photography work from LM Chabot for a project entitled: Still Optimist. Published on Behance, this is a collaboration with Ponymtl and Sid Lee Collective. Behind Pony, we have a Montreal-based artist named Gabrielle Laïla Tittley who is releasing a new summer collection called: Still Optimiste. Coming out with a colourful palette of images, I love the avant-garde attention of details and especially when it’s an initiative coming from my hometown. Hope you dig it as well!

 

 

Weekly Roundup: Samsung New Massive Ultra-Wide Monitor, Apple Clips and More

 

Illustration: The Work from Christian Orrillo

 Let's take a look at the stunning illustration work from Christian Orrillo who is a self-taught digital artist based in Santiago, Chile. Focusing his work also into painting, I loved that he decided to focus on contemporary art but with a colourful twist. There isn't much more information about Christian but you'll notice that his work is based around pastel colour palette and it's quite amazing.

 

 

Weekly Roundup: Samsung New Massive Ultra-Wide Monitor, Apple Clips and More

 

Architecture: Inside the Dropbox Offices in Sydney

 For this week's architecture, we are traveling to Sydney, Australia inside the offices of Dropbox. With a concept of creating a workplace as home, Dropbox worked with Gensler who is an agency based in San Francisco, California. I really love the ceiling with these clean lines with that touch of wood that totally changes the mood between night and day. Definitely worth a look

 

 

Weekly Roundup: Samsung New Massive Ultra-Wide Monitor, Apple Clips and More

 

Written by

François Hoang

Running by the name of François Hoang, I am the Editor and one of the writers on the blog. If you wanna request a feature, tweet me at @AoiroStudio.

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