Our world is full with symmetries. Check out this wonderful video by the folks at Everynone, in collaboration with WNYC | Radiolab. This video was inspired by an epsisode on Radiolab called Desperately Seeking Symmetry.Permanent link
Robick — an audio player for your iPhone.
Listening to the right music while you work on your designs can have an great influence. It affects your mood, it impacts your concentration and pace.
One of my favorite songs I listen to while I work is Flickermood by Forss.
Robick is an app for the iPhone that lets you “deep listen” to your music. It allows you to on the fly change the properties of your track such as tempo, pitch and key. You can listen to your favorite track, differently every time. And for the designers it has a clean interface and will look great on your iPhone.Permanent link
Huggable is a term we use to describe the type of design work we aim to produce at Hug™.
A hug is an intimate way of expressing emotions and indicates familiarity, love, affection and friendship. A huggable design is one that goes an extra mile to put a smile on your face.
Our goal at Hug™ is to help our clients improve the experience on their apps and websites. We do it by focusing on the emotional side of the design, with colors, illustrations and strategies meant to give your product a human personality.
We will be accepting work in a few months.Permanent link
Visual identity takes many forms, from the most superficial of trademarks to the most integrated of design signatures. Shapes are part of its language. At their most basic, shapes are universal, untetherable to any name, product, or brand. But in context, in their intersections and in the synthesis of forms, they are powerful.
Great point.Permanent link