Lets run a telethon and buy a bagillion of these to post around Beantown.
Nothing to shake here. Pure currency design gold.
The only best-of web design list you're going to need.
Check out the cover art. Fantastic!
I wasn't prepared and the doctor says it's going to be a few weeks before my retinas return to normal.
Toisen Happy Cog-duunari Greg Storeyn oma saitti on hieno.
The best distraction I've had in ages.
Communists sure can make an attractive package.
Apple will always take you back, you know that.
Web standards compatible, Flash based photo manipulation.
Make sure you charge them extra for that.
It looks good on paper but I've had problems trying to work that way.
Does Third & Grand know about this? Falkner Wine is going to need to update too.
I wish VW would make another Westfalia.
While they made a few changes, the Airbag re-align is now available for your viewing pleasure.
A little context goes a long, long way.
Biddle, this is going to be your new favorite tool.
Veer has scenes from the movie.
The TOC and Dashboard designs are interesting.
And then what? You're designing the next Ford Taurus? No thanks.
Soak in the eye candy. Just stare at it for a while.
Take a minute and support one of our own.
Special bonus, you get to work with Airbag form time-to-time.
Art buyer?! What a cool job.
Hot new stuff from You Work For Them.
Run, run, run and get your hands on this book. It's absolutely incredible.
Caution, not safe for your eyes.
Wonderful new program from the guys at Smashlab.
But can it save the cheerleader?
Pie charts, pie charts, pie charts.
My jaw is still on the floor.
It's easy to see why Nike is looking elsewhere. Yawn.
Excellent work from Mr. Miner who updates his blog on an annual basis.
Why does a country that blocks the Internet from it's people need web design?
A web designer reality show in the making.
For cool kids. In Boston.
Brian, this could prove useful.
I see so many designs get this wrong. Thanks Adam.
Damn this Airbag thing, I would love to work there.
It's raining good software.
Clicking the buy button is always the first step.
If anyone knows where I can get my hands on this books I would sure appreciate it.
That reminds me, I need to be drawing more. A lot more.
"...please design the user experience/interface, the squid and the whale...."
I like the streaming MP3, nice touch. Jeffrey, can you add this to your site?
An exhibition on the need for well designed solutions in the third-world.
Love the live wireframing.
Look at that line-up. And it's in Chicago!
Bring your design skills.
Read: designing for more, not designing more.
Here's some spark lines to prove it.
A portable document for your enjoyment.
Wow that looks like a whole hell of a lot of fun.
For printing "waterproof, tear-resistant maps!"
Sadly I doubt even a public flogging will help in this case.
Bring your bong because Visa won't help at all.
Why is online news design devolving?
K.I.T.T. wants to be clear he had nothing to do with it.
Only if they would have spelled it Pür.
My strawberrys and cream are at the ready.
Bring your rain jacket and galoshes.
Take ten, watch, and learn.
Anyone attending this event?
I could look at James' work all day long.
A big time saver, thank you.
Airbag needs an upgrade, this is worth looking into.
Go forth and do great work.
Can not arrive soon enough.
I'm going to make mine invisible.
I want to know what a designer has to do to get their own private jet.
The NFL is looking for a Senior Designer. Hike.
I can has free iced lattes?
"Nothing irks me more than browsing to a site only to be greeted with a page that, based on the user agent my browser supplies, keeps me out."
Don't fool yourself! He's a man-beast with a killer instinct for kerning!
Because I want the poster version.
Eye candy from Poland in the early 80s.
For those whom are also curious.
Next article in the series: This is what it sounds like when pages validate.
"Complexity prevents us from expanding our audience."
"I'm always trying to find colors that are a little different. I want a blue you can't buy in a store."
"...15 top graphic designers to tell us about their mentors and those who have influenced them over the years."
I should write a book someday. It will be written completely in cat speak with a forward by Tom Cruise.
It's all about where to put the damn navigation.
This is scarry, and not in a good way.
Fraud is a crime Peter. Do your clients know about this?
Shhh...don't talk, just click and download the hi-red version.
Perhaps the most clever blog I've seen in a long while.
Where's Davidson? He used to have a strong opinion on this matter.
"I'd travel across North America and stop at modern furniture expos and buy funky glasses and pretend I am from Switzerland."
Screw Austin, lets head to Cuba!
I would have gone with We Are Parkay.
Requires free course enrollment.
Rest in peace sweet, favored navigation device, you have earned it.
Should be required reading for all potential clients.
Wonderful design, great content.
Apparently the requirement for Photoshop is no more. And there goes my shot at being a commentator.
Ashley, Jim, and Rex...see page six.
"We've never designed for a fashion or with the idea of fitting in a fashion."
"...a massive simplification of the organizational challenges and tactical considerations of making innovation happen."
Coming to your city soon.
I'd love to see a collection of the work she did presented on it own someday.
Ethan provies a little behind the scenes on Sundance.
That should be a poster, t-shirt, or both. Jason, get on it!
We're going to point this to clients before each project.
I'd love to see more photos of gear from Spiekermann's collection.
Ode to have reason to acquire one of these bad boys.
I didn't know that typography came in ugly.
Ten bucks says Naz takes a bite out of Chris ear in the seventh round.
Ethan, go check this out while you're over there.
Stop what you're doing and watch this, twice.
Move some pixels, start a proxy war, it's all good.
Thankfully no one had to see that he was wearing a white hot pants outfit to play in.
Alas, those are only available in Arkansas.
That's like peanut butter and bananas.
Insight like that should cost more.
Maybe they should have used more hover cars.
There's a little bit of Airbag elbow-grease in there.
Very cool both as a product and a design interface.
And, oh look, just as the *cough* holidays are approaching.
For the peeps at Coudal Partners.
Next year I want to see popcorn included.
No mention of fixing Leopard issues but I remain hopeful.
I'll be right back, I have to get a towel to wipe the drool.
If you're in New York I'd advise attending.
I've always been a fan of work that comes out of Cincinnati.
Me loves information design.
This looks like it's gonna be a doozy.
"I hope they have crazy 100 megabit connections because they're going to need it."
Forget the high-school popularity contest nice collection of web standards based design.
"Don't taze me, bro" is sadly missing form the list.
Unfortunately the blog format still holding strong.
Are we really be past the 2.crap look?
Free gumbo with each registration!
Web design isn't close to being this much fun.
If you have the means please go, and then tell me all about it.
I have it on good authority that this is an amazing book. Just ordered it myself.
Bandwidth is easy, throw the podcasts on Amazon S3.
I like this about as much as I like their products, as in not at all.
If only January wasn't so busy. Dammit, dammit, dammit.
Bring bad design to justice.
I've been saying this for years.
"A predecessor, if not inspiration for Brian Eno's "Oblique Strategies" deck."
Stamps celebrating the work of Charles and Ray Eames.
$1.5B gets you all the photography you can handle.
"...less than a single lifetime ago, there were 10 political parties in America taken seriously enough to warrant a logo?"
Uh, nono that's never been true.
Try tweaking the color though, it doesn't match the scheme of your site.
Pick up where Davidson left off.
One of the better personal site designs I've seen in a while. Nice work.
"We don't care when you work or how you do it, we're totally hands off as long as things get delivered on time."
Still working on my own written conclusions.
Be sure to have your drool towel at the ready.
In other news, Yahoo had a Design Innovation Team.
Be sure to click on the poster, it's fantastic.
No where do I see grow opposable thumbs but I know it's on their agenda.
Would have been a thousand times better with more sparklines.
There are times I really miss those days.
Scrapbooking never solved a damn thing.
"...the real story here is less about typography than it is about discipline."
The cover alone makes it a must have additional to the Airbag library.
Fits like a glovethe Vectrex never looked better.
That's almost as cool as working for Blizzard, almost.
Available for all browsers, if you have to roll that way.
Thanks Dan, I appreciate the detailed look behind the curtain.
A wonderful sample of work from Kuntzel+Deygas.
Not for people who consider burlap fashionable.
Yeah but it was a fun ride!
I wonder how often this happens in the newspaper and television industry.
Who was the idiot that designed this?
Thankfully the first in the series is not Chip Kidd.
Because anything else ends up looking like a halibut?
It's not enough but I'm grateful for what's there.
An exhibition that presents "the commercial color chart, an item that openly declares the status of color as mass-produced and standardized."
Fine but does the job include free cable?
Where's the Concorde when you really need it?
There are times I wish I lived in New York City, this is one of them.
Andy's doing some research and could use your help.
Just hire Airbag already.
Dear Santa, never mind on this one, I can't wait until December.
Matching hot pants and cape are recommended but not required.
...is the new Vote for Pedro.
Gina is a joy to work for. If you're looking for a new design job you would do well to apply.
Get my name on the Palms A-List and I'll apply.
Maybe if design were to wear orange jumpsuits...
And maybe we'll get a chance to work together.
Say hello to Lord British for me.
Totally missed this while on vacation.
A documentary about industrial design. Sweet!
How to create a borough that's green, clean, and well-connected as envisioned by the urbanist Alejandro Gutierrez.
Anyone living in Europe would be nuts to pass this up.
Saved for future reference.
Dawn, you should go back into web design for a while.
Dubai International wins the cake.
I feel the same way about 'emperor' and 'exhaulted one'.
That could be a very cool gig.
Luke I love working with you but you ought to consider applying.
Throw on Harris Tweed and continue reading.
Ah, if only most clients would be so brave.
Where's the Richard Saul Wurman?
Must have. Must have now.
And to celebrate he used enough bullet points to kill Powerpoint.
Humans will only be used as a power source for the machines.
TED is the only content driven site to make the final show.
This is what happens when you role out too much change, too soon.
Mister Retro does it again.
Amazing work. Take five and look around.
Shepard Fairey defends the Hope poster.
Only one of the best online designers, ever.
We like it too, some of our best work.
For Nix...more bathroom reading material.
I think he means put down the Subtraction Bong.
Command-Return the buy button.
But that's one hell of a Joseph Müller-Brockmann costume he's sporting.
There's a lot of Hope for Change in that rebranding.
Now if we could get Mr. Mall to write about the design challenges that would be super duper.
Will be interesting to see how Paul responds.
Must read for any designer.
Screw your five-bladed monster.
Airports in general are counterproductive.
Drew, we'll be going over this when you get into the office.
Designers are just designers until they start using numbers and strategy as part of their duties.
And somehow the new Pepsi logo does that. Huh.
Oh and look--ha, hathat link takes you to a fabulous poster store.
Merriam-Webster can suck it.
Available for twelve Monopoly dollars sometime next February.
I don't think I've ever seen a job posting specifically for a Ning group.
Nix, try to keep your pants on when you see the infographic.
Work this this improves quality of life.
"Optional items you don't need to install."
Not bad for a left-wing vandal.
Apparently someone had She Hulk on the brain.
Is this really a great time to sell?
15-Love. Serve to you Mr. Narayen.
I don't know about that, Dan. Have you ever licked the back of a toad and then used Photoshop?
They allow you to wireframe like the wind.
Focus on the upper right, that's the most important area on this homepage.
Bonus skill: Ability to pick up and drop off Hoy's laundry at the cleaners.
Must read. Must bookmark.
Demand that you get to work with Mena one week a year.
Two and five are brilliant.
Clicking the buy button should be a no brainer.
This latest round really ought to be featured in magazines and books.
Get your credit card ready.
Are you following me camera guy?
Everything is twenty-five percent off.
Dave Gibbons on the art direction of the beloved comic series.
I would love full page scans of these publications.
The Comment Cops are in the house.
The new homepage is brilliant.
It works so well on many levels.
That's what I'm doing right now.
I want to see this and every other page of the Saint John's Bible.
And likely on everyone's Most Influential Designers list.
"...based upon the traditional Chinese folklore 'Journey to the West'."
Dammit. They're dropping like flies!
That's a lot of cream speckles.
Please to make the feedback.
I nicknamed it Awesome Sauce.
Quite possibly the best Photoshop/Layer/Whatever Tennis match ever played. Chris, you're my hero.
A fine print piece to accompany Cameron's upcoming talk at How Design Conference.
Lazy designers, go back to your shift at Taco Bell.
Very much looking forward to seeing where this goes.
Caution, this link will require twenty minutes of your life.
I'm going to need this book and soon.
And bring the awesome because radical will not fly.
I hope they got a free bowl of soup with that amazing new logotype, it's sympli ahzom.
Hicks you are, as always, amazing.
I love the scheme preview. Very well done. Thanks Janine.
Simon pulls back the curtains on Erskine's redesign process of their own site.
I wish there was a Special Edition that included a blue beanie.
How could you not want to work at a place that hosts eighteen thousand games?
Must read for anyone who considers themselves a web designer.
If you are a fanboy of the current 1960's design obsession I dare you not to lick the screen.
An excellent write-up by Luke that is required reading for all web designers.
Ask for Mr. Ray and tell I sent you.
How they could think their brand is jeopardized by Woolworth's 2.0 is beyond me.
Wonderful site. It's a damn shame about the pagination.
Agreed. Also, Nathan, thanks for sharing your work.
Now thats devotion. Don't have it? Get it.
Note the frugal use of Helvetica. Lovely.
The fabrication process for making handmade pastels.
"The Desktop > Web > iPhone ecosystem is lovely." Agreed.
An unadvertised perk: You'll be working with Happy Cog West from time to time.
This is the first I've seen her present this work.
And after you get the job, I want a tour!
How can I get to this Tulsa and have the best pinot noir?!
As it has been used over and over by designers worldwide.
Jesse Ashlock, former editor-in-chief
"Designers are generally too kind to each other."
Must read for anyone in the interactive design business.
I would love to know if United fought back at all.
At that price you should buy five licenses.