To boldly go where no web developer has gone before! I’m a huge sucker for space and In Space We Trust is next-level website inspiration. It’s a video-game-infographic-interactive-typographically-awesome timeline of landmark happenings in the world of space exploration. Even if you don’t swoon over Sputnik or moon over the moon like I do, check out this graphic masterpiece. You’ll learn something and come away dreaming of the design work. Plus, you can download some of the imagery as wallpapers.
I’ve never been one to enjoy the word “creative” as a noun but so seems to be the trend of the decade. It might be best to just accept the titles we receive and apply the definition in our work and not just our daily lives. About that: the daily life of a creative person. This wonderful infographic explores what it’s like to spend a day in the shoes of a ‘creative’.
Ned Stark, Joffrey Baratheon, Oberyn Martell — the list of Game of Thrones characters goes on and on. But the 456 characters here all have one thing in common: They’re dead. Before the Game of Thrones Season 5 premiere, The Washington Post took a look back and noted every on-screen death from the first four seasons. Here are all 456 deaths, including who, how, why and where. But be warned, that number will undoubtedly rise. After all, “Valar Morghulis” (all men must die). Find out more about the HBO show.
Love it or hate it, Photoshop has changed arts industries virtually over night. Literally, virtually. Billions of images have been altered over the last 25 years and Adobe has taken many strides to improve its capabilities and our daily work routines.
To celebrate a quarter of a century of bitmap brilliance, the team at ClickInks.com have put together this timeline of Photoshop’s illustrious history. How many of these versions did you use?
TED 2014 has come and gone. Lucy Farey-Jones is asked the question, “What does five days of TED feel like?”
Upon my re-entry to the real world, friends, clients and folks at my firm say: ‘How was TED?’ And there is a big pause from me as my brain tries and fails to sum it up. It’s an impossible question to answer. It’s like being asked ‘How is food?’ or ‘Puberty — how was it?’ Which is where this idea came in. I thought a way to answer this daunting question would be to make a graphic which tries to capture how TED makes me feel. I gave myself the challenge to capture 5 days in one page.