Suffian +r

Nov 7

thecoolsumist:

Milkbar: A Photographic Archive By Eamon Donnelly

Long before the Americanized 24 hour ‘convenience’ stores and before the ‘Big Two’ overhauled how we buy our milk and bread with petrol, on nearly every third corner of the Australian suburbs lived the Milk Bar. The independent one stop shop with everything you needed to live day to day. In this constant changing world, the Milkbar represents an idealised image of the Australia we used to know, the faded signage and empty corner shops still dotted around our cities remind us of a simpler time, a time when you knew your fellow shopkeeper by first name.

Buy Here

Oct 2

mrshabba:

Sci-Fi Planet Travel Posters

by Dean Walton

A limited edition series of posters based on the greatest sci-fi movie planets. Available as individually signed posters or canvases.

Available here: http://shop.mrshabba.com/collections/sci-fi-travel-posters/planets

Which one would you most want to visit?

Space, motherfucker. 

(via geek-art)

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.

Read More

Flat is the new bla…I’ll stop now. 

Oct 2
The Flat Design Era
Aug 29

nevver:

Calligraphuck

This is my new favourite thing. 

(via godiseven)

zamnyn:

‘Perang Bintang’ by Take Huat. Fusion of wayang kulit and Star Wars. Check out Luke’s details. Go see Vader @ Designers Weekend, Publika.
Jul 29

zamnyn:

‘Perang Bintang’ by Take Huat. Fusion of wayang kulit and Star Wars. Check out Luke’s details. Go see Vader @ Designers Weekend, Publika.

(via fezr)

Jun 14

imprecise:

Finally, new experimental projects by Anna Garforth! Garforth has now plunged herself into exploring completely different materials to make typefaces, such as cooking biscuits, composing dried flowers, and sticking tape on a fence. Impressive work!

(via imprecise-deactivated20141011)

uxmyths:

Many designers create wireframes and comps with “lorem ipsum” filler text. Using dummy text often results in an aesthetically pleasing but unrealistic design. What’s worse, it creates the illusion that content is secondary.

The fact is that users come for the content, not the design. Content is by far the most important element in user interface design. A webpage with a simple structure but quality content performs much better on usability tests than a nice layout with subpar text.

Read More

Jun 11
Myth #19: You don’t need the content to design a website
Our crew DBCO is up on the next Resistive gig. 
Drop by! 
May 16

Our crew DBCO is up on the next Resistive gig

Drop by! 

skuirtgun:

Idea. (Taken with instagram)

GAP gets all up in the Skuirts. 
Apr 23

skuirtgun:

Idea. (Taken with instagram)

GAP gets all up in the Skuirts. 

fubiz:

First Day in Malaysia

Hello! 
Mar 22

fubiz:

First Day in Malaysia

Hello!