Drawn.ca has posted 2 interesting sources of atypical imagery which, I realized, can be great design inspiration: First, Dogfoose uses close-up images of produce in his illustrations. The sample below uses broccoli as treetops for a kids magazine illustration: What an amusing way to channel the miniature look (achieved through tilt-shift photography) for infographics purposes! […]
The three-dimensional, folded look hailing from the fascinating art of origami has been circling my design radar for a while now now. Let shop around for a bit of inspiration and see how you can inject it in your own work. A really short history of Origami Origami is a Japanese word that literally means […]
Dribbble is just one approach to the feedback web app “genre”; I’ve noticed that they’re making it easier than ever to receive and leave feedback on designs, as you’ll discover when you go down this list: Usabilla Usabilla has the most features out of the lot, letting you test both images and live websites with […]
Mozilla Labs, already releasing innovations that hint at the Web in the coming years, has launched the Concept Series. This is an initiative that pushes for the “development of the online experience” where everyone can contribute. We’re hoping to lower the barrier to participation by providing a forum for surfacing, sharing, and collaborating on new […]
The Wisdump redesign concept I posted previously have been updated. It still follows the same basic premise, but is now populated with more content, and the sidebar top isn’t as heavy.