For as crucial as they are, online forms don’t get nearly the attention they deserve. Without them, scores of businesses would crumble (metaphorically speaking) and information wouldn’t be shared in the same way. Most of us interact with forms every single day without even much of a thought. Few people in the world can claim […]
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The online blogosphere is full of websites talking about how to make websites. But there are also many niche topics like vector art, pattern design, and pixel-perfect icons. Chris Spooner has risen to fame through his popular digital design blog SpoonGraphics. He’s a very skilled designer with a focus on vector art and some interface […]
500px and Google recently announced an agreement that will see a curated selection of the 500px photography collection available to Google Chromecast users for display on their HD TVs. Here is how 500px describes the service: As one of the first external Chromecast photography partners, 500px integration will bring our community into 20 million+ Chromecast users’ homes [...]
It’s always fascinating to read about the different journeys and pathways that people have walked. In the tech world there are millions of stories from developers, designers, marketers, and founders from all over the globe. Some of the most intriguing pieces are often personal interviews offering anecdotes and genuine advice. A new online publication has […]
Recently I was able to ask some questions about a new money management application named Qapital. It’s an interesting program that can connect into your accounts and help you save money for future expenditures. Curiosity got me asking about the history of this application, how it was designed/developed, and what may lie in the future […]
Few people can say they’ve made as much of an impact on web performance as Steve Souders. He’s the author of High Performance Web Sites and a corollary Even Faster Web Sites with great tips for frontend web developers. His work history includes major Internet companies like Yahoo! and Google, along with open source projects […]
Jacob Cass is one of the most well-known designers specializing in branding/identities. He’s the founder of JUST Creative and has been working as a freelancer since 2007. His work includes a wide variety of projects from small businesses to a website redesign for Sweet’N Low. This Q&A covers a little about his work, his inspiration, […]
From building high-profile websites to lecturing or presenting at conferences, Brad has done a lot. He’s well known in the design community for covering a wide range of topics and co-hosting the Style Guide Podcast with Anna Debenham. In this interview we get to learn more about Brad’s history as a web designer and developer. […]
The phrase “golden hour” holds special meaning in photography. This is a period at both dawn & dusk where the sunlight is strong and casts very wide shadows. Photographers love to shoot during golden hour because photos feel more dynamic. But how do you know the exact boundaries for golden hour? Well Sam King asked […]
Mostly everyone who works on the web should know the name Jeffrey Zeldman. He’s been working on the web for almost as long as I’ve been alive, and he’s one of the biggest contributors to modern web standards. I feel more than fortunate to bring you this interview covering his career, his journey, and his […]
We are really proud to see that Brazil is nowadays one of the top 10 street art countries, we got so many awesome graffiti and street artist out there and we're trying our best to bring more about them to you. We had a short interview If São Paulo based illustrator / stree artist Alex Senna, we talked more about his unique and captivating style. You can reach Alex on the following links: Website Facebook Instagram 1) First of all I would like to thank you for doing this interview, it's a
On the last years we've seen a lot of awesome anamorphic street art and graffiti thru the world and today we had the pleasure to interview of the top artists behind this type of art. Sergio, also known as Odeith, is a veteran graffiti writer who turned his style into the 3D/anamorphic path, check it out. You can reach Sergio on the following links: Website Facebook Twitter Instagram 1) First of all I would like to thank you for doing this interview, it's an honor for us to present more about y
Few people are capable of teaching themselves how to code from scratch. It’s a grueling task that requires focus, curiosity, and a whole lot of patience. However Steven Foote is proof that teaching yourself to code is indeed possible. Actually not just possible, but potentially revolutionary for your career. After Steven taught himself programming he...
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It's a great pleasure for us to interview one of the avant garde graffiti artist of the last decade, Pant1 not only is pushing the limits on the streets, but also on his gallery work, making huge experiments on so many medias. Hope you guys enjoy this conversation he had with us, cheers. You can reach Felipe on the following links: Website Facebook Instagram Tumblr 1) First of all I would like to thank you for doing this interview, it's an honor for us to present more about you to our readers. I