Print and design studio run by husband and wife team Sebastian and Lyndsey Burke. They do everything from prints to books/zines. Filing away for later!
A new brand of puzzles that capture a vibe. Keen packaging to boot. / via UnderConsideration's BrandNew
The Melting Face Emoji
Made possible by Jennifer Daniel and Neil Cohn
Languages of the World
7,102 languages represented in this infographic by Alberto Lucas Lopez. / via Caterina Fake
Beer with a removable guitar pick and cans that illustrate chords. Neato. / via UnderConsideration
What is Queer Typography?
An excellent looking small batch Risograph zine supporting the Queer.Archive.Work organization. / / via & by @soulellis
The evolution of the Pride flag
It's starting to get so busy that a rethink is in order, but the concept of evolving a symbol to serve greater understanding is solid.
More details on the Playdate
Like many, I'm super anticipating the release of this little yellow console. More details released today include the game editor, font editor, the first batch of games, a dock and more.
Cognitive Bias and the Design Process
I'm making note of this article by Jon Yablonski for a few reasons: Bringing awareness to the design process. Plus also? His post and website are quite lovely in layout and presentation across the board.
Stop Trying to Design Everything
Jennifer Daniel posted a link to this talk from a while back and I started playing it off to the side of my screen and then I was smiling so much I just made it full screen and watched the whole 24 minutes and 59 seconds.
Yoni Alter’s Perpetual Calendar
Well this is gorgeous. / via Fonts In Use
The work of Rafael Serra
Porto based type and lettering artist. Some super fun retro logo explorations on their insta / via Rachel
Casa dos Sobreiros, Portugal
The "Cork trees house" by TRAMA arquitetos is quite lovely. I'm making a vision board for dream homes. / via Heike
30 Best-Looking Beer Cans
Even more fun, there's a generator to make your own hip beer can design. If only I could upload a photo of my cat. Silly fun for Friday.
A whimsical variable display typeface by Alex Tomlinson. Has a companion set of dingbats that use variable tech to animate.
David Carson Teaches Graphic Design
"Learn new perspective in graphic design from David-effing-Carson for fifteen dollars? Uh, yes please." Greg Storey (@brilliantcrank)
On Type with Erik Spiekermann
Part of Adobe's Creativity Explained series (wonderfully) animated by Oddfellows in Portland. / via Sean Sharp
How to Design Better Icons
Great short introduction to some of the basics when developing a family of icons
Ink traps explained
Extremely well deep dive into ink traps and all the variations. Get to the bottom for the kicker of the Imperial Trap. / via Under Consideration
Group X branding
An anonymous group of artists and curators making things happen in Philly. Now with a fine identity to mask their identity. Always solid seeing what Smith & Diction make. / via Under Consideration
An Illustrated Catalog of American Fruits & Nuts
Assembled between 1886 and 1942, a collection of watercolor fruits and plants made by 21 artists. (This book looks beautiful.)
Ui/Ux et al
"Think. Consider. Sketch. Think again. And look around you. It’s all been done before, albeit with different code." - Erik Spiekerman's thoughts on digital vs. traditional design.
What is Figma
I'm just going to send folks to this intro video by Tori Hinn and Enle Li when trying to extoll the awesomeness of this collaborative design application
This way. Guide
Type specimen guide focused on arrows and stories behind navigation tools that we use every day.
Found some vintage AppleLink-era icon studies.
- Susan Kare, on Twitter
15 women who have made lasting contributions to design
Great list with some names new to me. Particularly, now I know who did the Lovesexy type and Paisley Park logo, Margo Chase.
Which color scale to use when visualizing data
Gergely Gizella’s personal website
Is unlike any I have experienced. / via Belong.io
Making accessibility a feature, not a fix.
Thanks to Kay I've begun to understand the implications of accessibility. And Greg has a great summation of work by Stephanie Hagadorn and her team at Indeed to incorporate the thinking into the process of design.
A quarterly zine in which Rob Weychert explores algorithmic art with a focus on combinatorics.