As creators and doers our most important resource isn’t talent or creativity but clarity. Faced with endless ideas and opportunity the real challenge is to find a way to push past the static and noise to focus on one thing.
Once you find clarity in what you are creating for, filtering through ideas becomes a simple exercise. What is the one problem you want to create a solution for?
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Footage shot, motion tracking, geometric animation and compositing by Tao Tajima.
If you generate cash, investors mean nothing. If you do not, then your success will depend upon the kindness of strangers.
A small, independent product design company based in Melborne.
“Our approach is simple, honest and heartfelt. We create what we feel and do it because we love it. Our timepieces are a reflection of us; who we are, what we love and everything we believe in.”
The right course of action might be to stop what you’re doing, and regain your biggest asset – yourself.
Great advice by Stef Lewandowski of Makeshift on how to move on and regain yourself from being locked into projects that aren’t quite working.
“Adrift” is a love letter to the fog of the San Francisco Bay Area. I chased it for over two years to capture the magical interaction between the soft mist, the ridges of the California coast and the iconic Golden Gate Bridge. This is where “Adrift” was born.
Mesmerizing time-lapse footage above San Francisco shot by Simon Christen.
Required Reading For Product Designers
An excellent list of resources, articles, and presentations compiled by Robert Lenne covering design at large, interaction, copywriting, user on-boarding and more.
After months of anticipation, Hoefler & Frere-Jones finally released their webfonts solution cloud.typeography. To give it a shot I updated my personal blog to use Vitesse, Sentinel and Whitney. So far I’m impressed with the quality and the time they put into optimizing the fonts for both large and small sizes.