creativemornings:

Design is a process to solve challenges.
A powerful slide by Chris Glass from his May talk at CreativeMornings/Cincinnati.
Watch the talk.

creativemornings:

Design is a process to solve challenges.

A powerful slide by Chris Glass from his May talk at CreativeMornings/Cincinnati.

Watch the talk.

(Source: creativemornings, via good)

@2 months ago with 394 notes
#design 

fastcodesign:

fastcompany:

This Generic Brand Video Is The Greatest Thing About The Absolute Worst In Advertising

Stock footage brand Dissolve puts its product to good use to call out lazy marketers peddling empty ideas. 

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"See how this guy in a lab coat holds up a beaker? That means we do research."

@3 months ago with 975 notes
#the more you know #branding 

escapekit:

Floating House

A home designed by architect Dymitr Malcew that offers its residents beautiful unobstructed views, a connectedness to their surroundings, and an easy way to move from one locale to another.

(Source: mymodernmet.com)

@7 months ago with 1469 notes

escapekit:

Fieldwork: A Guide to Making Things

For Fieldwork’s one year anniversary, they developed a limited edition printed piece with the theme of “A Guide to Making Things.” 

(Source: designworklife.com)

@8 months ago with 193 notes
helveticool:

The Danish National Maritime Museum By Bjarke Ingels Group
@8 months ago with 562 notes

thekhooll:

Topo House Johnsen Schmaling Architects 

"Located in Wisconsin’s “driftless region”, a landscape of softly rolling hills, the house develops its form out of the site’s distinct topography.  The program is organized in two parallel bars that form a low-slung volume and shift against each other to create protected outdoor rooms, patios, and courtyards.  The building’s roof is a meticulously detailed ribbon that peels itself up from the ground and extends the adjacent fields as a green carpet over the lower part of the house.  From here, the folding roof plane slowly rises over the upper bar and turns into a dramatic cantilever protecting the vista terrace from the elements.  The facade is composed of a system of wood boards and CNC-milled aluminum battens whose shifting geometry subverts the volumetric purity of the house itself."

(Source: archatlas)

@2 months ago with 1044 notes
#Architecture 

nevver:

Knock loud, I’m home.

@6 months ago with 1687 notes
#Architecture 

archdaily:

Subtle, light pavilion by Ryue Nishizawa and Nendo. More info.

@8 months ago with 182 notes

thedsgnblog:

Shop Hunting Tuesdays - 12/11/2013

Ello There   |   http://etsy.com/shop/ElloThere

@8 months ago with 929 notes

The Hipper Element: 10 Ways to Pretend You Know UX (When You Don't) 

thehipperelement:

The most amazing thing, to me, is when people try to pretend that they have expertise when they actually know very little. This is an epidemic in UX. And like any good vaccine, I have to infect you with a small dose so you can kill it in real life. So here is my guide to how it’s done.


@8 months ago with 121 notes