The five best design links, every weekday

Date: 2016/10/12

The Dutch Reach: Clever Workaround to Keep Cyclists from Getting "Doored"

Bicycle lanes can be a boon for cyclists but they can also land riders in the "door zone," a dangerous area sandwiched between primary vehicle lanes and parked cars.

Why Women Pretended to Be Creepy Rocks and Trees in NYC Parks During WWI

Imagine taking a quiet stroll through the expansive wilderness of Van Cortlandt Park in Bronx, New York. You're surrounded by a forest of oak trees, stony ridges, and a tranquil lake-completely isolated and alone in nature. But in 1918, visitors to the 1,146-acre park were unaware that they were in the company of a group of women hiding among the rocks, trees, and grass.

Disrupting design interns, comps, and redlines

The production workflow of most UI designers involves creating a pile of static comps, each representing different views and states of an application. These comps are then handed off to a development team for implementation. But comps can't capture the complexity of a real user interface, which renders at many device sizes, displays various data, and must respond to user interactions.

How to Effectively Initiate an Illustration Project

How To Work With An Illustrator | Part One My very first ever client/boss/charity-case-worker used to always say I should write about how to work with an illustrator. I was like - wat? You mean, like, other than what we're doing right now? And does this mean I have to get wordpress?


Low self-esteem, stress, fear, bad sleep and unhealthy habits sometimes hold us back from enjoying life to the fullest.