Found a few great eBooks from UXPin.com. A nice summary of today’s design trends for Interaction design. This eBook in particular contains: An actionable guide that explains the techniques behind interaction design trends. 36 examples deconstructed from Uber, Dropbox, Slack, … Continue reading
The Chicago Fil-Am Church was in need of developing a website to help reach out to their community. I wanted to design and create a web presence that was modern and could handle today’s innovative technologies. Built with a responsive … Continue reading
Growing up I’ve always heard jokes that centered around the filipino accent. As an Art Director I wanted to illustrate these jokes in a modern, simple and clean way – I think I nailed it with icons, you be the … Continue reading
I was looking for a Chicago poster that was clean, I couldn’t find one fast enough so I just made this and decided to share it with you. Enjoy. Here is another iteration:
Looks like mobile technology is expanding its wings and diving into self-improving oneself into the passion points of their users. In this case, you can’t improve what you don’t measure, which is why they’ve created ShotTracker; the wearable tech that … Continue reading
Every minute, Google receives 4 million search queries. Pandora users listen to 61,141 hours of music. Facebook users share 2,460,000 pieces of content. And Apple users download 48,000 apps. Did you catch all that? Probably not, because I just rattled … Continue reading
For the past couple weeks I’ve been connecting an external keyboard to my Macbook Pro simply because the keys on the keyboard were not working – specifically the top row (E thru P). I finally got some free time and … Continue reading
Talking to a few developers about executional digital designs that I have concepted out which will utilize the blur effect, I was quickly told that “the only downfall will be that we cannot blur at all in with HTML5 and … Continue reading
I just recently had a really long discussion with my copywriter about various grammar rules – rules that you should have learned in 2nd grade. This is a great video to sum up the conversation. Check it out.
Originally posted on Gigaom:
Microsoft(s msft) announced the first update to Windows Phone 8.1 at an event in China on Wednesday. The update, which will be available in preview form next week for developers, comes with a bunch of new…
Originally posted on Gigaom:
The European Commission has revealed a new logo for items that include radio frequency identification (RFID) tags, to keep them compliant with EU data protection rules. The scheme is voluntary, but technology trade organizations like Germany’s…
Twitter sent me an email that I thought I would share. If you’re a small or medium-sized business, watch this video to learn how to generate sales from the conversations you have with followers on Twitter.
“Simon the Ogre,” a two-minute mini-epic commercial from agency Beattie McGuinness Bungay, was popular in the U.K. earlier this year but went largely unnoticed in the U.S. before winning a silver Lion at Cannes last week.