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Brazil Fourteen

World Cup Karoshi

World Cup Karoshi

World Cup Karoshi

World Cup Karoshi

Lon­don based multi-disciplinary design con­sul­tancy Karoshi cre­ated this wall chart and site to help you keep track of the World Cup.

The B2 poster is screen printed in sil­ver onto Ebony Col­or­plan and is sup­plied with a metal­lic pen, allow­ing fans to record the results. The web­site fea­tures the full tour­na­ment sched­ule and you can cus­tomize it for your team and time zone. It will also updated with results as the through­out the tournament.

Beau­ti­ful, sim­ple way to fol­low­ing the World Cup.

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New Site: Mash Creative

Mash Creative Kickstart

Mash Creative Kickstart

Mash Creative Kickstart

Mash Creative Kickstart

Mash Cre­ative just launched a spiffy new site with a bunch of new work. I love the brand iden­tity for Kick­start. Mark never dissapoints.

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New Site: Heydays

Heydays

Heydays

One of my favorite design stu­dios, Hey­days, has just launched a beau­ti­ful new site with a ton of amaz­ing new work. Check it.

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Index Magazine

Index Magazine

Index Magazine

Index Magazine

Index Magazine

The Har­vard Art Muse­ums have announced the launch of the dig­i­tal mag­a­zine Index, which pro­vides a dynamic and inter­ac­tive space for read­ers to dis­cover a broad range of con­tent and media pro­duced by staff at the Har­vard Art Muse­ums and from arts-related venues around the world.

The dig­i­tal mag­a­zine sup­ple­ments the printed edi­tion of the mag­a­zine with new con­tent posted each week­day. Index includes mul­ti­me­dia com­po­nents that put view­ers behind the scenes at the muse­ums and also pro­vides reg­u­lar updates dur­ing the final stages of the muse­ums’ ren­o­va­tion and expan­sion project in Cambridge.

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New Work: Ruiz + Company

Ruiz + Company

Ruiz + Company

Ruiz + Company

I’ve writ­ten a few times about the great work com­ing out of Ruiz + Com­pany. They now have a new web­site, and a bunch of new work to show.

Milwaukee Police Department

Milwaukee Police Department

This was a pleasent sur­prise. The Mil­wau­kee Police Depart­ment recently launched a beau­ti­ful and infor­ma­tive web­site for itself. It was designed by Cramer-Krasselt pro-bono and devel­oped by LISS Inter­ac­tive. The great design is a big plus, but what strikes me the most about this web­site is how the con­tent is eas­ily acces­si­ble and pre­sented in a clear way. This is a great exam­ple on how good design can edu­cate and inform the peo­ple. My only issue with the site is the over­done par­al­lax effect.

Dino's Pizza

Dinos pizza site

I recently just fin­ished a sim­ple site for my fam­i­lies pizze­ria, Dino’s Pizza. It’s a one-pager that has a respon­sive lay­out, accom­mo­dat­ing screen widths from 1280px all the down to an iPhone. Fluid site design is the way to go in my opin­ion, espe­cially now that peo­ple are view­ing sites on mul­ti­ple devices. I used the 1140 CSS frame­work as the base for my code, and then tweaked it from there.

Over­all, I’m happy with it. I wanted to do more with ani­ma­tion, but I really didn’t have the time.

Posters in Amsterdam

Posters in amsterdam

This is a great site by designer Jarr Geerligs that cat­a­logues posters that he finds of the streets on Amsterdam.

Thinking for a Living Relaunches

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A new and improved site for Think­ing for a Liv­ing has launched! The site, in my opin­ion, is at the fore­front of inter­ac­tive design. It’s a great exam­ple of why Flash isn’t the only means of cre­at­ing a dynamic inter­ac­tive experience.

The site was designed by BBDK and Frank Chimero and built by Jedi Knight Ian Coyle. It fea­tures key­board nav­i­ga­tion, a fine grid, and a ton of orig­i­nal and inspi­ra­tional content.

I’m super excited and proud to be a part of this fine net­work of peo­ple and sites. TFAL is a must read for any cre­ative type.        

Erika Pham Photography

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The tal­ented David Corti (AKA Mr. Sep­tem­ber Indus­try) has informed me that he just fin­ished up some work for pho­tog­ra­pher Erika Pham. David designed a sexy busi­ness card as well as an ele­gant and sim­ple site with some inter­est­ing navigation.