Out of Words!
The responsive typography framework behind Words App
The structure & layout are indented for being used inside Words app. These examples are for testing & experimenting, but can be interesting to anyone who wants to see how newspaper layouts in HTML/CSS can look like. They are best viewed in Webkit (due to being used inside a mac app).
Scoops and Software: How The New York Times Tells Stories With Data | Fast Company Labs -
Embedded in the heart of the New York Times, Aron Pilhofer runs an experimental news team made up of veteran journalists and top-notch computer scientists. Their job is to tell stories using software, data, and old-fashioned journalistic skills. Here’s how they do it.
In case you’re curious about my team and colleagues. (I’m currently not paying attention to our team’s informal show ‘n tell about new infrastructure tricks.)
There’s this myth that designers aspire to be artists. No — designers aspire to be really great designers. —
Paola Antonelli, MoMA’s Senior Curator of Architecture and Design, echoes Bruno Munari at a recent TED salon titled “Design Is Everywhere.”
Antonelli’s most recent book, Talk to Me: Design and the Communication between People and Objects, based on her MoMA exhibition of the same name, is fantastic.(via explore-blog)
‘Camper’ by Brian Edward Miller
My new favorite chair is finally home 😄. Thanks dad! #eames #rar #original
Script Junkie | HTML5 Datalists: What They Are They and When to Use Them -
Aaahhh! (Via HTML5Weekly.) This has great potential but until it can handle in-word matching and some kind of CSS styling, I’m not sure I want to put this in front of users.
Octopus by Tyler Champion
(Source: fer1972, via fer1972)
Keith Malloy reeling in a squid in Mexico