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User Flows in Sketch?—?Step by Step Guide

https://blog.prototypr.io/user-flows-in-sketch-step-by-step-guide-to-create-them-quickly-9dd130e0dd36

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AoiroStudio

Digital Art: Posterlad Poster Series

Digital Art: Posterlad Poster Series AoiroStudio Jan 16, 2018

We are finally kicking off this week with a cool poster series entitled: Posterlad by graphic designer Vratislav Pecka from Prague, CZ. What caught our attention from this series is, first of all the progression from Vratislav's work especially from the last 15 posts (referring to his Instagram). We do enjoy when designers or artists take make the effort to create. The more you make, the more...

Behance.net

Foam Sweet Foam


"Fashion is more than just fabric covering our naked skin." With "Foam Sweet Foam" fashion designer Lisa-Marie Hartmann tries to call attention to fashion as a form of expression. With clothes made of foam all outfits get an unique look and feel. The book covering the process and the results of the bachelor thesis is protected by a box made of paper filled with foam. It works with structures and touchable surfaces made of foam. Collages work as a source of inspiration while the results of...

Behance.net

AICP


AICP is an organization that represents the interests of companies specialized in commercial production. Every year they produce The AICP Show and The Next Awards hosted at The Museum of Modern Art in New York City. AICP came to COLLINS in need of a visual refresh, the first one since its founding in 1972. They wanted an updated identity that was built to last in a world where constant technological developments (such as augmented or virtual reality) continually impact our relationship with...

Yanko Design

Jack O'Farrell

This Camera Looks Away When You Get Home

Crowdfunded back in 2015, Angee, the smart camera for your home, was tackling issues we didn’t know we had already – privacy. With the ability to rotate a full 360 degrees, Angee faces away when it realizes that you’re home. This is a fantastic solution to the paranoia of constantly being watched. Even unplugging a smart camera at home isn’t enough – the lens just glaring away, staring at you…no thanks.

As many would agree, Angee doesn’t exactly do much more than other home...

Yanko Design

Jack O'Farrell

The Slim, safe, biking helmet!

When the weather permits, I love cycling everywhere. It feels great with the wind on your face, taking in every passing scene. What isn’t so great is having to carry around your helmet after you get to where you’re going. Even if you have a bag, you’re forced to tie it on the side, banging against everything you pass. The guys at Morpher felt my pain too and did something about it, developing the Flat Folding Helmet.

Folding to fit snuggly inside your bag, the Morpher Flat Folding...

Yanko Design

Sarang Sheth

Eindhoven’s forests defy gravity!

With the Liuzhou Forest City just a few years from completion, Stefano Boeri continues to make this world more habitable not just for humans, but for plants too. The Trudo Vertical Forest in Eindhoven, Netherlands, comes with 125 housing units where each apartment will have a surface area of under 50 sq.m. and the exclusive benefit of 1 tree, 20 shrubs, and over 4 sq.m. of terrace space.

“The high-rise building of Eindhoven confirms that it is possible to combine the great challenges of...

Fast Company

Sean Captain

Rhode Island just joined the list of the states with net neutrality legislation

The state vs. federal government battle over net neutrality continues, with Rhode Island’s legislature introducing companion state Senate and House bills today. They are modeled after legislation written by assemblymember Patricia Fahey in neighboring New York State. Rather than regulate internet service providers outright, and risk getting slapped down for “preempting” federal government authority, the …

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Yanko Design

Sarang Sheth

This wardrobe will fold your clothes

You look at the pictures below and your eye scans past the wardrobe. Like most wardrobes, it’s designed to store clothes, and to complement the decor of your house. However, that’s just what your eye tells you. What you don’t see is that the Laundroid is a robot more than it is a wardrobe.

Chuck your clean, dry, out-of-the-laundry clothes into the Laundroid’s lowest compartment, and two robotic hands grab your garments and hold them up against a scanner that uses image recognition and...

Yanko Design

Jack O'Farrell

The ATV that Could Save You and Me

Amongst others, Honda has always been at the forefront of autonomous and all-electric vehicles. The showcase of their all-electric, four-wheel drive ATV 3E-D18 with airless tires (gasp) is undoubtedly setting a firm tone at CES. Honda introduced its new 3E (Empower, Experience, Empathy) Robotics Concept at CES 2018, demonstrating a range of experimental technologies engineered to understand people’s needs and make their lives better and the 3E-D18 is certainly built for that.

Designed to...

Yanko Design

Sarang Sheth

Strictly for the Adventurer

Kickstarter has spawned a refreshing generation of companies/startups whose prime goal is to be able to design for demand. The products they make are solely driven by what the community is asking for, and aims at creating products that’s true purpose isn’t to turn a profit, but rather to delight consumers first. The Type II proves that VINTA is the kind of company to encourage community-driven innovation. After the success of their S-Series, the Type II builds on feedback, allowing users...

Behance.net

Wide Eyed


We were commissioned by Quarto to illustrate a book for their Wide Eyed range of non-fiction children's publications. It portrays various habitats from across the globe and highlights the roles of animals in nature.

Designer News

Code with Design — How we Built a Tool to Export React Prototypes from Sketch

https://medium.com/tictail/code-with-design-how-we-built-a-tool-to-export-react-prototypes-from-sketch-c8d0c23e8126

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Laws of UX

https://lawsofux.com/

Designer News

ET-Jekyll: A minimal Jekyll theme inspired by Tufte CSS

I've open sourced the Jekyll theme I use for my personal website, which is inspired by the original Tufte CSS and Edward Tufte's books / handout design work. [Theme files on Github](https://github.com/bradleytaunt/ET-Jekyll) [Live version in the wild](https://bradleytaunt.com/et-jekyll-theme/) Feel free to use this however you'd like or contribute if you see any issues or areas that could be improved!

Yanko Design

Troy Turner

Be there in an e-Jiffy!

The E-Jiffy is just about as cute as it sounds! This Infiniti brand concept by Narendra Singh aims to get up to 2 passenger from points A to B in, well… a jiffy! All while minimizing its carbon footprint.

Thanks to its compact size and entirely electric drive, this two seater concept is agile, quick and ideal for zipping around the city. Taking visual inspiration from the natural structures it aims to protect with its zero carbon footprint, its multi-tiered body is reminiscent of waves and...

Fast Company

Sarah Lawson

Morgan Stanley’s Carla Harris Builds Stronger Businesses Through Diversity

Carla Harris, vice chairman, managing director, and senior client adviser at Morgan Stanley, believes that the rising generation will be a force for good.

Carla Harris built her reputation on Wall Street by shepherding billions of dollars through initial public offerings. She now oversees Morgan Stanley’s Multicultural Innovation Lab. To gain an edge, she says, companies must start by having “a lot of different people in the room.” Here is her playbook for attracting—and...

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