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Form follows function. Simplicity and accessibility in design. A return to the basics of craftsmanship. These ideas guided a design revolution. You’re probably thinking about User Experience, but in fact these philosophies were popularized almost … Read the full article

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It’s no secret that we love being lean, and I’m not talking about physique. The spirit of lean methodology is what allows our company to tackle any objective head-on (rather than being cornered by constraints), … Read the full article

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Vehicles are designed with purpose — every curve and every inch of the car is designed and engineered in a calculated manner, making sure the aesthetic appeal, performance, and capability is just right. Why should … Read the full article

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If you’ve explored iOS7, then you’ve witnessed the parallax layering effect of the background, icons, and opened apps. When browsing on a Mac, you’ve probably seen the impressive 3D views in cover flow and Time … Read the full article


It’s not every day a major social tool gets taken over by some chumps. So what’s the protocol when these catastrophes do happen? Look at Buffer’s shining example. They were Johnny on the spot with … Read the full article


From carefully considered microinteractions to detailed design experiences, designers and developers reward us with little nuggets — if we’re paying attention. As a sequel to our delightful details post, we have yet another 40 details rounded up from … Read the full article

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