A few years ago people with smartphones were considered anti-social geeks. Now, most of us spend more time looking at a screen than doing anything else. So, if you are already looking, why not inspire yourself a little bit. P.S.- I made this… (DIY stuff) The Design Files (Interior design) Love Food (Delicious desserts) Laura E. Pritchett (Nature) Simone Bramante (Creative photography) This Wild Idea (Wildlife) Dear Beta (Funny animals)
Believe in your fucking self. Stay up all fucking night. Work outside of your fucking habits. Know when to fucking speak up. Fucking collaborate. Don’t fucking procrastinate. Get over your fucking self. Keep fucking learning. Form follows fucking function. Find fucking inspiration everywhere. Fucking network. Educate your fucking client. Trust your fucking gut. Ask for fucking help. Question fucking everything. Have a fucking concept. Learn to take some fucking criticism.
Gary Stromberg (Author) This is a very avant-garde design. Its one downfall is that it is a table-based design. The design itself has a very retro feel. Gary has a large body of work and it’s all neatly organized and easy to find. I could have done with just one video on the front page with a link to more, but it lends a personal touch that is very nice
Awhile back, the lovely Sara Waters shared a Slate.com article on really bad restaurant design. That was my inspiration for this post, showcasing ten well-designed restaurant web sites guaranteed not to make you lose your lunch! 1. Zocalo Cafe Design Studio: Charlie Chauvin Platform: WordPress 2. The Arches, Malta Design Studio: Isle Creative Platform: WordPress 3. Evtat Designer Studio: Creative Manner Platform: CMS Made Simple 4. Essenza Ristorante Design Studio:
Jeff Bezos is just another guy who spent summers at his granddad’s cattle ranch. A talented mathematician, he started in his twenties working on Wall Street. Then one day in the early 1990s, he decided to make a cross-country drive from New York to Seattle and on the way he wrote a business plan for a small company he believed might make a profit. He initially set up the company
GetSimple CMS, a flat file CMS by Chris Cagle, is designed to serve a niche market for the small web site that doesn’t need all the bells and whistles of WordPress, Drupal, Joomla!, CMS Made Simple or any other full-blown content management system. And it doesn’t need a database. It runs completely on XML. And, the best thing about it? It’s a snap to design for. Years ago, when we