Category: Design

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Design, Craft, and Manufacturing for Digital Products

By Steven Hoober
The rise of the design rock star, the full-stack developer, and various other unicorn breeds, along with the move to make everyone a coder, has made the creation of digital products too focused on metrics—and not enough on quality.
Designing Products, Not Pixels
Companies increasingly pursue design with...

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Awesome PlayStation Store Web Design by Julian Kraske

Awesome PlayStation Store Web Design by Julian Kraske

abduzeedo
Nov 03, 2017
Julian Kraske is a designer from Frankfurt, Germany and he shared a super awesome web design project on his Behance profile. It's the redesign for the PlayStation Store. There are so many cool things to say about it but I will start by...

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Minimalist Brand Identity for Architecture Studio Mirror

Minimalist Brand Identity for Architecture Studio Mirror

abduzeedo
Nov 03, 2017
Tariq Yosef Shishani shared a quite elegant brand identity project on his Behance profile. The project is titled Mirror and it is for an architecture studio. The logo features a simple and geometric form in perspective that ends up giving a...

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Getting Started with Popular Guerrilla UX Research Methods

Amanda's last article covered how to “guerilla-ise” traditional UX research methods to fit into a short timeline, and when it makes the most sense to use them.
Now, she's back to walk us through some of the most popular guerilla methods—live intercepts, remote and unmoderated studies, and using low fidelity...

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Clean Lines and a Simple Font Make Concord Coffee So Elegant

Concord Coffee’s packaging is going to change the way you feel brewing your morning cup. Your usual routine will turn into a sophisticated, elegant ritual that encourages you to take the time for yourself and indulge in the finer things in life—like fragrant and flavorful coffee beans sourced from places like Ethiopia...

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Japandi: The Fusion between Scandinavian and Japanese Design

2017 was the year for Japandi style: The mixture between Japanese and Scandinavian design. Though both styles share some philosophies–and part from minimalism–Japandi interiors are clean but warm and filled with the earthy elements of the Japanese culture. I’m talking about natural fibers like bamboo, rattan, paper,...

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How To Build a Car by Adrian Newey

Contributed by Dominic ForbesPhoto: Dominic Forbes. License: All Rights Reserved. Published by HarperCollins UK. Printed with Pantone 805 C fluorescent orange, silver foil blocking under matt lamination and a blind spot varnish of racing car blueprints. Uses original drawings from the author.