Articles Tagged: <span>design</span>

Gaining Clarity

As long as there have been humans, those humans have sought clarity. We want answers to our questions, solutions to our problems, and resolutions to our conflicts. When something just feels “off”, we desire to make it right. Of course, it takes a lot of work to find those answers. Soul-searching, mind-bending, truth-revealing work. It’s […]

Design.org Assessment: Creating Focus Statements, Interpreting Results, & More

At Design.org, our number one priority is helping you design a life you love. Everything we offer, from our daily coaching messages to our affirmation packs, is centered around this idea, and we’re constantly looking for ways to improve your experience as you work to improve your life. In that spirit, we’ve recently updated the […]

Starting with the End in Mind

If you want things to be different in your life, then you’ve got to think differently. In fact, you’ve got to think backwards.  Lasting change can only happen if you have the right tools, the right mindset, the right preparation, and the right perspective.  The problem is: the tools you need may not be the […]

Do You Have Control Over Your Thoughts?

Happiness starts with your thoughts. If you’re able to believe the truth about happiness, then you’ll know and understand that you can be happy now, no matter the circumstances. But is it really as simple as choosing to believe? Do you have that kind of control over your thoughts? Spoiler alert: yes, you do. “Change […]

Empty Memory: Beautiful and Clever Flash Drives

Empty Memory from Logical Art visualizes the abstract space of electronic memory, allowing its owner to fill the voided space with their invisible data. Since flash drives have continually decreased in size while adding space, the hollow area poetically implies the “invisible technology.” The 4G flash drive is designed as jewelry and comes in two […]

The Difference Between UX and UI: Subtleties Explained in Cereal

Ever met someone who uses UX and UI interchangeably? Ed Lea created this photographic infographic to visually define the differences between user experience and user interface design and how they relate to a product. Via VM Associates

The Comedy Carpet: A Homage to the Hilarious with 160,000 Granite Letters

Gordon Young and Why Not Associates designed this amazing, large scale Comedy Carpet situated in front of the Blackpool Tower, UK, and references the work of more than 1,000 comedians. The carpet, inspired by playbills and classic fliers, is 2,200m2 and contains more than 160,000 cut granite letters embedded into concrete and finished with a […]

Personified: A Photo Series on People and Possessions by Jason Travis

This blog post is going up a little late today because I just couldn’t stop looking through Jason Travis’s photos long enough to get it written. Jason is a photographer in Atlanta who began peering into people’s bags and lives for his Personified series in 2007. He captures the subject quite beautifully, and pairs him […]