Designers vs Coding
viafrank: “Do I need to know how to code?” is a question that comes up with sure-fire consistency in design circles. I’ve seen it asked by so many, from uncertain design students in classrooms worried about their chances of landing a job, to seasoned professionals at conferences seeing their pool of print projects slowly evaporate. The question is being asked with even greater frequency as...
Stories online aren’t really stories right now. They’re like fragmentary...– Jonathan Harris (PopTech 2007), quoted on design mind (via somethingchanged)
Three years ago, the street-style movement felt like a mini revolution. Guys...– Will Welch (via howtotalktogirlsatparties)
Cuddling With 9, Smooching With 8, Winking At 7 :... →
npr: Most people have a favorite number. But why do people choose the numbers they do? My favorite number is 11. What about you? — Tanya Ballard Brown
And, after all, what is a fashion? From the artistic point of view, it is...– Oscar Wilde (via putthison)
“Creativity is essentially a lonely art. An even lonelier struggle. To some a blessing. To others a curse. It is in reality, the ability to reach inside yourself and drag forth from your very soul an idea.” —Lou Dorfsman
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Lost in Translation: The 50 Americanisms That... →
nightline: As collected by the BBC: 14. I caught myself saying “shopping cart” instead of shopping trolley today and was thoroughly disgusted with myself. I’ve never lived nor been to the US either. 23. To put a list into alphabetical order is to “alphabetize it” - horrid! 36. Surely the most irritating is: “You do the Math.” Math? It’s MATHS. interesting. and yet under the radar.