While not an active theft, the taxi driver in this story from filmmaker Casey Neistat could have effectively stolen equipment worth more than $13,000. Watch, read and as Casey puts it, have your faith in humanity restored.
Ravelry’s a great resource, knitters (it hit 4 million users last year) and we get grumpy when you diss us - London 2012 would’ve been SO good if only the knitters of Ravelry hadn’t boycotted Team USA.
I’m somewhere between incredulous that this is a ‘thing', and impressed that 'months were spent hammering out details with Mr Bowie’s representatives’. Someone’s written a paper “Space Copyright Law: the new dimension” for gawd’s sake!
Synesthesia is an almost unimaginable neurological phenomenon for those that don’t suffer from it. Fun test: Discover friends that have it mildly by asking what colour your name is. Bet you find more than you’d think.
M.G. Siegler on the historically awful piece of design that is the TV remote. Scroll down for the wonderful ‘Grandma hack’, an even better version of which appeared first in Designing Interactions (2006) by the late great Bill Moggridge.
An interesting and fairly new term being championed by ex-ustwo™ Global Design Director Joseph Macleod. All these products and services we design and set up: What happens when they finish? Or when we finish with them? Designing experiences for endings. A lovely idea I think (and reminiscent of Nat Hunter's 2012 Metaphwoar! talk).
A great behind the scenes from It's Nice That, showing the work behind a truly beautiful illustration of evolution. 'Evolution' being the longest running and most successful sequel franchise of all time, with the Marvel Cinematic Universe in a close second.