This is cool. If you’re tired of building horizontal or vertical navigations, you can try a circular one.
(via Building a Circular Navigation with CSS Transforms | Codrops)

This is cool. If you’re tired of building horizontal or vertical navigations, you can try a circular one.

(via Building a Circular Navigation with CSS Transforms | Codrops)

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Breaking Bad’s Bryan Cranston Picks Winning Fan  Art
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Breaking Bad’s Bryan Cranston Picks Winning Fan  Art

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Videophonic: Creedence Clearwater Revival - Lookin’ Out My Back Door

If you were to imagine this song as a music video, what would it be like? Here’s a cool version…

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Videophonic: Creedence Clearwater Revival - Lookin’ Out My Back Door

If you were to imagine this song as a music video, what would it be like? Here’s a cool version…

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Video: Design In A Nutshell: Six Major Design Movements From Gothic Revival To Postmodernism

Interested in learning about design styles through history such as gothic revival, modernism or…

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Video: Design In A Nutshell: Six Major Design Movements From Gothic Revival To Postmodernism

Interested in learning about design styles through history such as gothic revival, modernism or…

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Good tip on edges of small circles in Illustrator.

As ridiculous as the title sounds, one of Illustrator’s biggest weaknesses when it comes to exporting rendered assets for user interfaces is that way that it renders the edges of small circles. While my solution in essence is a patch to a problem that I hope Adobe addresses with the next release of Creative Cloud, I do have a very easy, scalable and non-destructive method to make circles in Illustrator round.
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Video: The Roost - Saving Your Neck And Back From Your Laptop!

Genius in its simplicity.
This is definitely one those “FUCK! Why didn’t I think of that?!” type…


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Video: The Roost - Saving Your Neck And Back From Your Laptop!

Genius in its simplicity.

This is definitely one those “FUCK! Why didn’t I think of that?!” type…

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The Making of Artwork: John Mayer’s Born and Raised
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The Making of Artwork: John Mayer’s Born and Raised

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California Company Creates Skateboard Furniture That’s Modern And Great Design. Perfect In Any Home Or Office.
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California Company Creates Skateboard Furniture That’s Modern And Great Design. Perfect In Any Home Or Office.

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digitalspark:

Vision … the key to your life’s goals.

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Vision … the key to your life’s goals.

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Arrested Development Valentine’s Day Cards By Marisa Seguin

If your significant other is a fan of the Bluth family and all their antics, they will be quite…

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Arrested Development Valentine’s Day Cards By Marisa Seguin

If your significant other is a fan of the Bluth family and all their antics, they will be quite…

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Pretty cool eco-friendly design. PNC Bank’s new global HQ in Pittsburgh is going to be a skyscraper like no other—including the ability to open windows and even take a walk outdoors, no matter what floor you’re on.
(via This Breathing Office Building Makes You Feel Like You’re Outside)

Pretty cool eco-friendly design. PNC Bank’s new global HQ in Pittsburgh is going to be a skyscraper like no other—including the ability to open windows and even take a walk outdoors, no matter what floor you’re on.

(via This Breathing Office Building Makes You Feel Like You’re Outside)

fastcodesign:

Though we’ve already edged into autumn, it’s not been long since temperatures were sky-high, humidity was off the charts, and a quick dip was the only thing that just might offer a bit of respite from the heat.

New York is positively steamy in the summer months—absolutely ideal pool weather and the perfect place for Splash House, an outdoor pavilion recently completed by Parsons in partnership with NYC Parks & Recreation.

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The Power of Creation, David Lynch Designs Labels For Dom Pérignon
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Pink Glasses, Wine Bottles That Double as Rose-Colored Glasses