These iconic, low-resolution designs are the perfect tool to learn the basics of physical interface design. Armed with 52 different bricks, let’s see what they can teach us about the design, layout and organisation of complex interfaces.
The story of rebel icon Todd McFarlane (Spawn, Image Comics) who fought against the status quo to upend the comics and toy industries. I was never that into the Spawn stories (I was more into Marvel…) but the artwork is amazing. So much fun to see the 90s Spider-Man with the extreme webbings again too.
Craig Mod wrote a book about walking 1,000+km of the countryside of Japan along the ancient Nakasendō highway, the culture of toast (toast!), and mid-twentieth century Japanese cafés called kissaten.
Sold out in just over 48 hours, but a second edition is coming later this year.
I love a nice looking 🌎 (or 🌝 or 🪐) on a website. And GlobeKit is a toolkit to get started with this. GlobeKit enables developers to quickly bring animated and interactive globes to the web. Built by Rally.
This a handy, and extensive, guide written for clients looking for design services.
Branding agency Collins wrote a case story about The Exploratorium, so much more than a science museum.
This HBO-series follows the origins of American Fiction’s most legendary criminal defense lawyer, Perry Mason. A (hardboiled/noir) legal drama set in 1932 Los Angeles starring Matthew Rhys (The Americans) and John Lithgow.
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