» Boost Nonprofit Donations with Google’s Donate Button
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If there was a fast, free way to increase visibility to your nonprofit’s donation page, would you do it? Google has recently released a feature that connects Google users with a nonprofit’s d...

» Dynaudio
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Really eye catching and amazing transformation so be sure to see the process. via Florent Hauchard

» Eyrolles
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Subtle texturing and wonderful play with perspective. via Fago Studio

» Naomi NYT
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Illustration for this month’s New York Times subscriber guide. via Naomi Wilkinson

» Little Fictions
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Album art for Elbow. Admire how well the colors work together. via Robert Frank Hunter

» Living the Ride
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Great action shot captured with fantastic light! via Sandi Bertoncelj

» Digital Skater Girl
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The right sense of balance in scale and composition. via Jones & Co

» Billingsgate Fish Market
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Discover everything that’s going on in this illustration of Billingsgate Fish Market in London. via Foxcub Studio

» Blow that Horn!
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Love the colors and the ‘flowness’ in it. via Sail Ho Studio

» Neuschwanstein Castle
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Brilliant light. So warming. via Marcel Siebert

» Fish Tank
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Beautiful how everything is divided in different shapes. via Goncalo Viana

» Upcoming workshops
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A workshop is kinda like a class but shorter…and I’ve got two scheduled over the next few months through SICL/Stockton Institute for Continued Learning.  That’s an all-volunteer g...

» Five Best and Worst Super Bowl Ads
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Did you watch the Super Bowl? Of course you did. You sat pleasantly with your extended family checking your watch as the game dragged on, because it’s a school night after all and little Trevor is ...

» Changing Time Spent
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Following a few conversations on the future of TV and desktops/laptops, I decided to look into how people's screen time has changed. To do so I compiled data from a few different sources going back...

» We tried Facebook’s new donation tools. Here’s what we learned.
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You’ve got a large, engaged Facebook following. They comment, they like, they share. But, for some reason, they’re not donating. Frustrated? You’re not the only one. Thankfully, about six months ag...

» The Increasing Size of Smartphones
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Two years ago, I pulled together a look at the most common mobile device form factors and how people were using them. At the time 67% of mobile devices were 4-5.5 inches. Since then things have cha...

» Apple.com's Visual Hierarchy
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Recently, I dusted off my full day workshop on visual communication for a room full of product managers. While discussing the role of visual hierarchy in screen layouts, I was struck by how many pe...

» Drawing Logos from Memory
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As an experiment Signs.com  recently had over 150 people draw ten famous logos completely from memory.  The study found that while people are certainly familiar with these ubiquitous logos, the det...

» The best new songs of 2017
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I listen to a lot of bad new music so you don’t have to, always searching for great new songs. I keep a constantly rotating playlist of my iPhone of Top 50 New Songs. When I decide a song is ...

» Best Photos of 2017
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I skipped out on doing a Best Photos of 2016. Here’s 20 of my best from 2017.

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