Paul Graham, How To Do What You Love
Evolution of Spacecraft Design
A look at the evolution of cockpit and controls design over the last 45 years from Apollo to Discovery to Dragon V2.
Simply put, if Slack’s first-run experience was an Olympic medal, it would be gold. The level of detail, personality, and ingenuity is basically without parallel. Take notes on this one!
William Randolph Hearst
When was the last time you experienced romantic love? It was probably the last time you installed a new blog theme. Relive that moment of ecstasy with us as we unveil a better organized, better looking, and lovingly curated tumblr.com/themes.
Fall for themes. Again. For the first time.
It is not easy. It may well not be the right path for you. If you choose to do a startup make sure you know the risks and you are doing it for the right reasons.
Build something you care about.
Build something that makes peoples lives better.
Build something that will motivate you against all odds.
Embrace serendipity. Grab all the opportunities you can, work harder than you have ever worked, make your own luck but do look after yourself first. Eat right, sleep decent hours and try to get as much of a work / life balance as you can.
Advice For Designers
“I think you should always do more than what people ask for. Or we should not only look for what they ask for, but what they would like to do if they had the courage to ask for it.”
by Hartmut Esslinger, the founder of the legendary design firm Frog Design
People say the secret to successful blogging is to “keep putting out good content”.
But that’s not totally true.
You could be writing amazing posts that nobody hears about.
Oblivion GFX Montage
Glyphish has released two new icon packs for iOS 7, and is currently offering a bundle with 1,000 icons, 14 background patterns, and 100 lovely illustrations for just $75.
“During his near two-decade reign as design director at the Nelson Office, Irving Harper put his mark on Herman Miller, not only by creating the company’s now famous logo, but also by embodying an ethos of total design.”
In the end of 2012 I travelled to USA to experience something new. And it was something I didn’t expect: emptiness and density.
'Merge' is the last part of a project series 'Empty, Dense, Merge' which explores two opposite feelings through the photos of places located in USA.
In this project two opposite places are merged into one: New York City, where, it seems like, everyone wants to live there, and Grand Canyon / Death Valley, which are unlivable.
by Gus Petro
Double Dashboard Update!
First, the new Activity page lets you graph the latest activity on your blog, view your top fans and posts, and see all of your recent notifications.
Second, a new way to see notes that’s faster (endless scrolling!) and highlights likes/reblogs/replies from people you follow!
Finally we see the return of Tumblarity!
John Chris Jones, from William Peng: Push vs. Pull Design