Nothing blog-worthy ever happens to me.

 

Lego tower as makeshift kaleidoscope. 

The iphone camera wasn’t able to focus on such a small subject without drastically shortening the tube and before I could try more it was time to destroy all that we had created.

Lego tower as makeshift kaleidoscope.

The iphone camera wasn’t able to focus on such a small subject without drastically shortening the tube and before I could try more it was time to destroy all that we had created.

womaninthewoods:

southernharvestmoon:

Having a bad day? Watch this sweet little booger experience rain for the first time. The joy on her face will squeeze your heart.

my heart omg why am i crying

This happens with every new thing, big or small.

(Source: vimeo.com)

The goal of your customer interview is not to work out how to iterate on a current product design problem. Take that pressure off from the start. Your goal is to see the world from your customer’s perspective.

Percolate Blog: “… it’s beneficial to carry out market research that will give you an understanding of the jobs your customers need to get done day to day, rather than ask questions that deliver a functional specification e.g. Customer A needs product capabilities X,Y and Z.”

Maybe it’s only me but I think this is what we’re both imagining when we race our Lego motorcycles across the kitchen floor.

Maybe it’s only me but I think this is what we’re both imagining when we race our Lego motorcycles across the kitchen floor.

(Source: viscar)

a house on a cul de sac

a house on a cul de sac

Animating Still Photos with Parallax Compositing - Tested

I don’t generally miss doing motion graphics design but this technique serves as a reminder of that fleeting but fantastic feeling of meeting the all-too-frequent expectation that you can somehow make something from nothing.

This can’t be unintentional, right?

This can’t be unintentional, right?

Senores y Senoras Nosotros tenemos mas influencia sobre sus hijos que tienes..pero los queremos..Creado y regalo de Los Angeles, Juana’s Adiccion

Ladies and Gentlemen, we have more influence over your children than you do. But we love them. Born and raised in Los Angeles, Jane’s Addiction

Intro to "Stop!" from Ritual de lo Habitual by Jane’s Addiction

Great tangible design: extreme radial colour blocking a 35mm P&S.
Exploration | Color Explosion + Photography “Hipster Camo No.2”
By Rocky Roark. View it (and related pieces and context) on Dribbble. 

Great tangible design: extreme radial colour blocking a 35mm P&S.

Exploration | Color Explosion + Photography “Hipster Camo No.2”

By Rocky Roark. View it (and related pieces and context) on Dribbble

Bill Watterson: a cartoonist’s advice

“You’ll be told in a hundred ways, some subtle and some not, to keep climbing and never be satisfied with where you are…”

Illustrated in Watterson’s style by Gavin Aung Than. Full strip at 
Zen Pencils. http://zenpencils.com/comic/128-bill-watterson-a-cartoonists-advice/

Bill Watterson: a cartoonist’s advice

“You’ll be told in a hundred ways, some subtle and some not, to keep climbing and never be satisfied with where you are…”

Illustrated in Watterson’s style by Gavin Aung Than. Full strip at 
Zen Pencils.

http://zenpencils.com/comic/128-bill-watterson-a-cartoonists-advice/