Substance before Design

Credit. Substance before Design You can create a visual masterpiece, a panoramic plethora of treats for the eye, but if it doesn’t have a point, then it’s just… pointless. The idea behind web… Continue reading

How to Tell Your Story in a Noisy Social World

The book suggestions of this week is about entrepreneurship by one of our favorite authors and speakers, Gary Vaynerchuk. The book title is Jab, Jab, Jab, Right Hook: How to Tell Your Story… Continue reading

Pack H2O Water Backpack As A Life-Changing Alternative to Buckets and Jerry Cans

There are billions of people are having difficulty in getting access to clean water in their homes, they usually have to walk more than 3.5 miles just to get water to their home… Continue reading

The Esoteric Symbols Behind User Interfaces, Explained

VIEW THEM ALL HERE We already know where the @ symbol came from, but what about every other strange glyph that appears across our gadgets and user interfaces? While we may have learned… Continue reading

Designing for sustainability: what are the challenges behind green materials?

Learning to surf in California’s frigid breakers, Todd Copeland, a design guru at the Patagonia clothing company, concluded that wet suits weren’t cutting it. Sure, a traditional Neoprene suit could keep him warm,… Continue reading

9 Ways To Get The Most Out Of Design Thinking

How Lippincott, the branding and strategy firm behind Coca-Cola’s swirl, Starbucks’s logo, and Samsung’s global identity, fuses creativity and analytics. Written By Rick Wise I lead an unusual company. Lippincott, part of the… Continue reading

The RE-invented website. New web design trends for 2014

As 2014 approaches we look into new and innovative ways that websites are being designed. First, lets take a look at the top website developing software (for mac users…and probably for beginners) 1.… Continue reading

It Takes More Than Creativity To Be A Creative Director

“Design is so simple, that is why it is so complicated.” – Paul Rand Click Here to Read

Design thinking

To survive—and thrive—in today’s business climate, we urgently need to find a way to fuse the analytical rigor that has been the centerpiece of business competition for the last decade with the fluid,… Continue reading

If you can spot the gap, you can fill the void

By Luke Williams: It’s important to recognize that observations and insights are not the same thing. Observations are raw data, the gradual accumulation of research information that you have consciously and carefully recorded—exactly… Continue reading