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gutsanduppercuts:

Animal kung fu forms/styles.
gutsanduppercuts:

Animal kung fu forms/styles.
gutsanduppercuts:

Animal kung fu forms/styles.
gutsanduppercuts:

Animal kung fu forms/styles.
gutsanduppercuts:

Animal kung fu forms/styles.
gutsanduppercuts:

Animal kung fu forms/styles.
gutsanduppercuts:

Animal kung fu forms/styles.
gutsanduppercuts:

Animal kung fu forms/styles.
gutsanduppercuts:

Animal kung fu forms/styles.
gutsanduppercuts:

Animal kung fu forms/styles.

gutsanduppercuts:

Animal kung fu forms/styles.

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A Typographic Approach to Email

wordsby1910:

In our on-going pursuit of trying to improve readability and usability of digital products and services, one thing that’s always struck us as odd is the way typography of email applications has been left untouched since the early days of the internet. Even modern applications released in the…

Sometime when I break off a piece, I get annoyed that the chocolate bar is not a perfect rectangle anymore.
This is nice.

Sometime when I break off a piece, I get annoyed that the chocolate bar is not a perfect rectangle anymore.

This is nice.

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The Flat Design Era

layervault:

When LayerVault 2 launched earlier this spring, we believed that we were taking a risk by pursuing an entirely flat interface.

Well-loved products on the web share a similar design aesthetic, with roughly the same kinds of bevels, inset shadows, and drop shadows. For designers, achieving this level of “lickable” interface is a point of pride. For us, and for a minority of UI designers out there, it feels wrong.

We certainly didn’t invent the flat style but arriving at it was a violent process. We tore through hundreds of revisions (we have the LayerVault timelines to prove it) to potential interfaces before arriving at the answer that now makes us say “of course.” The desk at LayerVault’s original headquarters (my Manhattan apartment) still has the battle scars from objects being slammed down in anger. At one point, while working on a mockup, a MacBook was slammed shut so hard it was nearly unhinged.

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Four Numbers That Explain Why Facebook Acquired WhatsApp

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WhatsApp Co-Founders Jan Koum and Brian Acton

Earlier today, Facebook announced its acquisition of WhatsApp for $16 billion. It’s a spectacular milestone for the company’s co-founders Jan Koum and Brian Acton, and their remarkable team.

From the moment they opened the doors of WhatsApp,…

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Masking

sketchtips:

Sketch comes with a powerful masking tools, but as they don’t work like they do in apps like Photoshop, we thought a few tips would be appropriate here.

The most simple use of a mask is to use a shape to hide part of an image, and Sketch has a special command to do that for you: Drop an image in…

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Craig Ellwood & Gerald Horn - 1964

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Craig Ellwood & Gerald Horn - 1964

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The Van de Graaf canon is used in book design to divide a page in pleasing proportions. This canon is also known as the “secret canon” used in many medieval manuscripts and incunabula. The page proportions vary, but most commonly used is the 2:3 proportion. In this canon the text area and page size are of same proportions, and the height of the text area equals the page width.

The Van de Graaf canon is used in book design to divide a page in pleasing proportions. This canon is also known as the “secret canon” used in many medieval manuscripts and incunabula. The page proportions vary, but most commonly used is the 2:3 proportion. In this canon the text area and page size are of same proportions, and the height of the text area equals the page width.

lifeonsundays:

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