Archive for October, 2008
Many musicians and artists have embraced microblogging platform Tumblr due to its simplicity and ease of use. The site encourages quick posts, offering you the options of uploading text, a quote, photo, link, chat, or video. The end result is more of a scrapbook versus the traditional blog. The Tumblr staff has created a section [...]
Howdy folks, It’s time for the Weekly Glance of Awesomeness! Check out these fun projects that you might like participate in (or just admire from afar): Glance #1: Texas Divorce Bootcamp Logo The Award: $250 End Date: November 3rd The Breakdown: Although going through a divorce is neither easy nor enjoyable, the idea of a [...]
Concept for the “Rubitone” – a Rubik’s Cube meets Pantone Color Matching System guide – by industrial designer, Ignacio Pilotto. Industrial design is interesting when creatives are able to develop products that are beautiful, fun, intuitive, and functional. It’s no easy feat!
Greetings everyone! I’m still reeling from the excitement that is Ross getting a MacBook Pro, but I’ve managed to calm down, click the “Browse” section on our site, and find interesting projects for your Weekly Glance of Awesomeness! Glance #1: Southern’s Fine Dining Logo The Award: $400 End Date: October 27th The Breakdown: Chef Steve [...]
Today marks a monumental day in crowdSPRING history. As a company filled with creative, like-minded individuals who love and appreciate good design and usability, it’s no surprise that the soft glow of Apples beam throughout the office on our MacBook Pros. Pete even has the copy from the heralded “Think Different” Apple advertising campaign taped [...]
From time to time, we’ll feature in our blog articles written by others. We’re honored today to feature an article about design research, written by Patrick Algrim from p41studios.com. Patrick also publishes an excellent blog about marketing, technology, web development, entrepreneurship and arts- hellyeahdude.com. Thanks Patrick! Design research can be very complex, but it is [...]