1. Our iterative design approach →

    I’ve started freelancing with an awesome UX Design studio in London.

    They’re keen on sharing their experiences and lessons they learn from each and every brief. It’s given me a chance to read up and understand how they work and get to know what they’re all like (again, awesome). 

    I’m only with them for a month, but intend on making the most out of it, starting with sharing some of their blog posts.

    ——-

    Also, this is milkwithonesugar blog post number 1000.

    Rejoice. 

  2. houseofdynamite:

 

    houseofdynamite:

     

    (Source: tsbmen.com)

  3. typeverything:

Typeverything.com
"Thank you!" by itsaliving.

    typeverything:

    Typeverything.com

    "Thank you!" by itsaliving.

  4. Welcome to San Francisco

    I wish to visit this place. At least once.

    (Source: hella-extraordinary)

  5. smartercities:

Seven urban apps guaranteed to improve the quality of city life | Guardian Tech
The Guardian Tech Desk offers an expert guide to some of the best mobile city apps on the market. Download and enjoy

    smartercities:

    Seven urban apps guaranteed to improve the quality of city life | Guardian Tech

    The Guardian Tech Desk offers an expert guide to some of the best mobile city apps on the market. Download and enjoy

  6. myresin:

    caterinasforzas:

    paper marbling

    fill a tray with water. blow, fan, stir, dab, and drag paint or colored ink across its surface. put a sheet of washi paper on top to stain it with the floating art.

    though called “turkish” paper marbling by europeans, this design technique was developed in east asia, central asia, and the islamic world. it is an important part of turkic, tajik, indian, and other asian and middle eastern cultures.

    It kind of reminds me how people do those nail art designs with the nail polish and dipping their fingers into the water.

  7. (Source: tinsoftware)

  8. Meet the team WIP →

    Check out my dribbble account for more work stuff.

  9. typeswamp:

Day 423 “Happy Arcade” by Matt Chinworth (follow his tumblr TypeSWAMP where he creates a new design every single day)

    typeswamp:

    Day 423 “Happy Arcade” by Matt Chinworth (follow his tumblr TypeSWAMP where he creates a new design every single day)

  10. juliencoppola:

Responsive. #graphicdesign #illustration #flat #simplistic #minimalistic #dribbble #webdesign #window #phone #web #tablet #freelancer #actionbar #wireframe by jcondesigns http://ift.tt/1g5gATt

    juliencoppola:

    Responsive.
    #graphicdesign #illustration #flat #simplistic #minimalistic #dribbble #webdesign #window #phone #web #tablet #freelancer #actionbar #wireframe by jcondesigns http://ift.tt/1g5gATt

  11. jeremydwill:

    THE FUTURE OF THE BOOK

  12. Not posted in a quite a while.. well, here is what I’m working on at the moment. 

    I’m  at LEGO as a UI/UX consultant. It’s involved a LOT of work, some of which I’ll post at a later date, but until then -   

    Small internal branding project at the mo, I won’t say much about it, other than it has something to do with London. Quite enjoyed experimenting with vector work, I’ve missed it… more on the way.

    *top is rough work.. bottom four are pretty and almost finished

  13. maikphamquang:

Getting champagne for winning 6 BAFTAs last night. Feels like I’m bawlin in the film industry at the moment JHEEZE! #champagne4breakfast #framestore #vfx #BAFTA #gravity #winners (at Framestore)

If there’s anyone who deserves success, it’s Maik. Hard work sure is paying off! Congrats.

    maikphamquang:

    Getting champagne for winning 6 BAFTAs last night. Feels like I’m bawlin in the film industry at the moment JHEEZE! #champagne4breakfast #framestore #vfx #BAFTA #gravity #winners (at Framestore)

    If there’s anyone who deserves success, it’s Maik. Hard work sure is paying off! Congrats.

  14. Wooden toy teaches preschoolers to code, before they can read and write →

    this is awesome.