Tag Archive: Digital design

Art replaces life?

Alongside the spread of instant signs, now add instagram signs… Cardboard Picture Frames Bring Instagram Filters Into The Analog World This rather odd initiative “Bruno Ribeiro has launched Real Life Instagram, placing physical… Continue reading

Time to move from dealer networks to networked dealerships?

The thing with the way established industries operate are the frameworks or structures they subject themselves – and us – to. Frameworks, practices and policies that result in physical forms and formats that… Continue reading

kfone? Kone? phlock?

Picked this up from Fast Company’s design blog – strange but good reversal of fortune where an auto co. (well, their agency anyway, but tip of the hat to Ford for following through)… Continue reading

You-s-b?

Time to lose the usb cables? This is another of those ‘ah!’ moments, and what a perfectly natural idea. With near-field slow to catch on, this may be another of those ideas that… Continue reading

Man bites dog? It’s ‘me’ not ‘e’ that matters in store.

Finding myself in ‘fast’ self-check-out queues to tills with similar additional features as the one shown here, reading this in PSFK struck a chord; Stop Making Bad, Real-World Web Sites In this strange reversal… Continue reading

Wi-tricity moves inexorably closer…

Spotted this morning, and while it’s not breaking news, the meme of wireless-charging (like all ideas that seem to arrive suddenly but in fact take 5 years to properly gestate) is really gathering… Continue reading

Death of print… greatly exaggerated…

“Paper posters that play music via printed circuits made with conductive ink have been unveiled. The prototype “Listening Post” poster is a guide to bands performing locally. The interactive poster plays a short… Continue reading

Establish a (bad) Mood with typography…

I like Codrops (the developers’ blog, “pushing the boundaries of how websites are built from the fundamental structure to the most delicate interaction effects.” http://tympanus.net/codrops/ ) but when expertise in one discipline is… Continue reading

Today I am mostly working on…

…e-mail marketing template learning! Having been the recipient of many excellent Mailchimp generated mail, decided to give it a try and create a template for the Meda business. The free templates are a… Continue reading