This is still in line with a project Im currently conceptualizing. I asked before if it’s important to have a Public Space for ideas…and I think a few of you guys answere yes. And I agree. I wasn’t able to qualify that question though, I meant a physical public space where people can develop, share and exchange ideas. There will be no restrictions as to what type of ideas you...
Facebook Silverlight App A very nice Silverlight app akin to Adobe Air. :) The interface is very zune-ish, which I really like. Available for both Macs and Windows. :) This is how it looks on my MBP. Download link: silverlight.net/content/samples/apps/facebookclient/
365 Days of Making Shapes for Facebook Statuses
Just had a nice chat with Dang Sering, she suggested that I should make the Facebook Shapes & Statuses Project a daily thing. Sounds like a challenge. Yarh!
People go to nature looking for images such as these static things, whereas an...– Bruno Munari
Hello Manila. :)
Yey! Back in Manila. The New Year starts now…
A Public Space for Ideas
Do you guys think we need a Public Space for Ideas?
No More Tumblarity
Hooray! Tumblr finally removed Tumblarity. :) It’s a good thing cause people will be posting more quality posts now. \o/
I will be posting stuff over at ReformRevolution. :) If you’re looking for creative inspiration, it’s the site to visit.
An entry from Bruno Munari's "Design as Art"
“The designer is therefore the artist of today, not beacause he is a genius but because he works in such a way as to reestablish contact between art and public, because he has the humility and ability to respond to whatever demand is made of him by the society in which he lives , because he knows his job, and the ways & means of solving each problem of design. And finally because he...
52 Weeks of UX →
matthewb: A discourse on the process of designing for real people, from Joshua Porter and Joshua Brewer. I love seeing this sort of project built on Tumblr, and Brewer has included some sweet design details, including the 1–52 navigation in the header, linking to articles tagged for each week. Thanks for this!
The basic teaching error of the academy was that of directing its attention...– Baubauhaus