Month: October 2015

Readings for Lunch — [ 23 Oct 2015 ]

IMAGE OF THE DAY
Tiny Highly Detailed Urban Illustrations by Taylor Mazer – Via William Bengtsson (source)

METHODOLOGIES

The Backlog

There has been a lot of discussions around this blog post, on what a backlog should be (and what shouldn't).

MOVIES

Breaking Bad // Pulp Fiction

The influence of Quentin Tarantino in Vince Gilligan: visual parallels between Breaking Bad and Pulp Fiction.

Readings for Lunch — [ 22 Oct 2015 ]

IMAGE OF THE DAY
How The Colour Purple Was Invented In London. More precisely: Shadwell. (source)

THINK

Where are the polymaths hiding?

Our society has a clear form of rejection for people that are able to do many things well (while there’s constant praise for specialists). Up to the point that they have to hide themselves.

TIPS

A little known hack from Japan to get your notebook organized

Lovely way to create an "index" for your paper notebooks. Simplicity at its best.

Readings for Lunch — [ 02 Oct 2015 ]

IMAGE OF THE DAY

TYPOGRAPHY

Kerning 2015 – Videos

All the Kerning conference videos have been published online. I have chosen this talk by Oliver Reichenstein about “Architecting Information” for you 🙂

TOOLS

Folio

Folio is a simple version control app for designers, based on Git. No more files called "homepage_final_last_to-print-02".