Ironically, the magic of Photoshop makes it possible to edit photos to look as if they had not been edited with Photoshop. Palmisano believes that in the future photographers will increasingly emphasize authenticity by using post-processing to make their images look less perfect than if they had been taken with a digital camera. The worse a spectacular photo looks, the more genuine it feels. — Enhanced Reality: Exploring the Boundaries of Photo Editing - ABC News
MICA GDMFA Thesis 2013 -
Irrespective of individual thesis projects, this presentation web site is nicely done. Not overbearing or trying to be something innovative (which, they mostly never are).
The state of Maryland posts state data online in various formats.
Adobe contributes font rasterizer technology to FreeType -
This is geeky type designer stuff but, good news. On all devices, someday, all letters will display correctly if made from Truetype or CFF (Type 1) fonts.
Q:What is greater than God, more evil than the Devil, the poor have it, the rich need it, and if you eat it, you’ll die?
A: Nothing. — Via new book by Michael Rock?
The Incredible Power Of Concentration - Miyoko Shida -
Watch this lady balance a feather on a stick. Then another stick. On and one. Amazing. Be sure to catch the end!
Dialogues with Creative Legends: David Laufer's interview with Paul Rand -
This is actually just Laufer talking to an audience about interviewing Paul Rand. Still, interesting for those learning about Rand.
The video embedding is turned off so, you’ll have to click on the title and view directly on YouTube.
Clever Book Cover Designs by Patrik Svensson
The Thorncrown Chapel, an Idyllic Glass Chapel in Rural Arkansas is Under Threat
Smart Quotes are Killing the Apostrophe
Multifesto: a communal design manifesto for NYC is a project created for NYCxDESIGN by 2 × 4. Multifesto considers Design as a verb, not just a physical product, and a collaborative endeavor, not just the mark of one person. We welcome contributions by designers everywhere and from every discipline: Architecture, Fashion, Furniture, Graphic Design, Exhibition, Interactive, Interiors, Landscape, Lighting, Product, Media, Theatrical, Urban Design, etc.
Touch screen design: the ideal button size