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lovelyui:

buttons on Elevatr

lovelyui:

buttons on Elevatr

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lovelyui:

empty data set on Elevatr

lovelyui:

empty data set on Elevatr

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Uber conference startign screen

Uber conference startign screen

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New York Times’ data visualization (and animation effects) for basketball shooting per team and player … pretty damn cool

New York Times’ data visualization (and animation effects) for basketball shooting per team and player … pretty damn cool

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from an aesthetic perspective, I loved this visualization by Julian Hrankov. I suspect that a simpler approach would be easier to mentally parse, but it’s still delicious :)

from an aesthetic perspective, I loved this visualization by Julian Hrankov. I suspect that a simpler approach would be easier to mentally parse, but it’s still delicious :)

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loved this graphic from Co.Design’s article http://www.fastcodesign.com/1669982/5-traps-you-have-to-avoid-when-pitching-bold-ideas

loved this graphic from Co.Design’s article http://www.fastcodesign.com/1669982/5-traps-you-have-to-avoid-when-pitching-bold-ideas

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Weather.com’s iOS app has really improved with a bolder, more graphical look. The background image changes depending on the weather, and the smaller icons are more clear and more attractive.  Still some UX things with the app that I don’t get (and do people really care about tweets from strangers about the weather?), but it’s a big improvement.

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Less sophisticated users can get confused installing bookmarklets. Bit.ly has a really nice animated visual solution to that problem.

(Source: bit.ly)

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weather-specific wake up screen / audio on UNIQLO’s iOS wake up app  /ht carellas

weather-specific wake up screen / audio on UNIQLO’s iOS wake up app  /ht carellas

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ccarella:

“The great scientists of Ancient Persia were also artists. Omar Khayyam was an astronomer and a poet, Ibn Sina was a medical scientist and a poet, and Shaykh-i Baha’i was a mathematician and an architect.

Today we see this less. Artists are mostly artists, and scientists are mostly scientists. And generally, our technologies derive from science. Since science aligns with the head, and art aligns with the heart, understanding the heart and the head helps us to understand our modern technologies.” … [link]

(Source: ccarella)