“Sis Cafe and Deli”
“Sis Cafe and Deli”
“This doc attempts to show how custom buttoms with a 1px radius could be created without corner images.”
(From Custom Buttons 3.0 (demo).)
“The ultimate resource in grid systems.”
(From The Grid System.)
“Submersed Songs is a sound installation that generates mp3 player remixes through the movements of four live fish. The animals’ movements and the proximity among them work as a parameter for mixing and spatializing the audience’s music tracks in real time.”
“The Do lectures are all about getting a handful of speakers together in one place, in the hope that they may inspire you to go Do something. To give you the tools and the desire to change the things you care about.”
Apple announced newly designed MacBooks today. I think, they look great. I really like the one-piece-look. And as always Apple has a stylish video on their website giving a little insight into the design process: Watch the video.
Cabel Sasser on wedding design:
“So, exactly four months ago, I totally got married. This has been a completely great thing, and I highly recommend it. You know, when you’re ready.”
(From cabel.name: On Wedding Design.)
“Our goal is to give exposure to Flickr’s best fashion photographers and inspire our visitors. If you like a photo, please click it and leave a comment on the photographer’s Flickr page.”
(From Flickrista – Fashion Photography.)
Cool website collecting title sequences of movies.
“Remember when your heart sank just a little when you realized the Pink Panther movie wasn’t a cartoon?
Then, only a few years later, seeing Edward Gorey’s eerily fantastic opening to ‘Mystery!’ capped with Vincent Price’s name on a headstone had your head spinning at the thought of the kind of stories those etchings could tell…if only the show was based on those illustrations.
Well, we want to see more of that. So watch and remember and create. And if you’ve got something to contribute, send it along.”
(From The Art of the Title Sequence.)
My name is Joern Bargmann and I am a freelance web developer and photographer since 2002. I currently live in Como, Italy, but travel to Germany quite often, where I originally come from.