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Craig Rozynski may have taken on the mother of all type design challenges with his creation Comic Neue; a revival of the world’s most hated typeface. His first type design project, Rozynski’s Comic Neue loses the pretence of unevenness...
At the end of last week ICANN, the body responsible for the allocation of domain names online, announced it will be adopting changes to domain name structure first proposed at the Paris conference in October. Those changes center around increased...
It was seen as the future of the Web and mobile devices. Google Glass was the thing we all saw in movies about the near future. It was a TV, phone, computer and all in a very personal device. It opened the door to a virtual world of augmented reality,...
Keeping abreast of emerging trends is one of the most challenging aspects of any designer's job. If you're looking for a truly accurate picture of the web design world we'll inhabit over the next few years, as well as the technologies, techniques...
Yay! More free pictures! We can now use millions of Getty-owned photos for free on our websites, blogs and social media channels (as long as it’s not for commercial purposes). Getty’s new offering is promising at first glance. Their description...
One of the big challanges for large companies, especially in the digital age, is establishing and maintaining brand consistency. A corporation like Sony for example, wages a daily war to ensure consistent communications across five continents....
Origami, developed by the Facebook design team, is one of the emerging next-generation tools for designers producing interactive, flexible websites and apps. It’s also free. Origami is not a standalone application, but is actually...
Last week Squarespace launched Squarespace Logo, a new addition to their service designed to provide individuals and small businesses with the means to create a professional logo. Within hours of the service launching, social media was...
Today, Adobe have both announced and shipped, new versions of its flagship Creative Cloud applications. In this update you'll find dozens of new features. Last year thousands of designers dropped Creative Suite/Cloud in search of cheaper,...
As designers, we often wonder why certain standards become the “right” way to do things in our daily workflow. Questions come about which target the reasoning behind certain decisions we make to solve design problems. For example, the...
Color watchers may be intrigued to see Pantone’s color of the year for 2014. The influencial team at the Pantone Color Institute have analyzed media, socio-political events, technological advances and other factors worldwide to pinpoint...
Design and development community, Forrst, has announced a completely new and improved website experience. Originally created by Kyle Bragger, the site was acquired by Zurb at the beginning of this year and the company has wasted no time building...
If Angel funded Mainframe2 has their way with the cloud, what they reveal this week at Demo Fall 2013, will make Adobe's Creative Cloud feel more like a light mist, whilst simultaneously driving the final nail into the coffin of desktop computing....
Following months of anticipation the first public release of the Ghost blogging platform is finally live. Released three weeks ago to the 6000 smart Kickstarters who backed the project, Ghost 0.3.2 is now available to everyone. For anyone...