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Archive for January, 2011

UX remodeling, un model nou de interactiune bazat pe posibilitatile noilor tehnologii, reinventarea modului de a privi aplicatiile mobile.

Telefonul nu ar trebui sa fie privit ca o aplicatie si nu ca un core? De ce trebuie sa opreasca orice actiune intrepinzi (multimedia, games ) si sa preia controlul? Legacy interaction

Eu caut asemenea modele de interactiune, noi si inovatoare, cred ca iPhone clones chear si iubitul andro au avut momentul de glorie, acum e momentul sa reevaluam situatia exista pe piata telefoane dual core 4 god’s sake…

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big ups fo’ VillainROM!

the world of mobile content wouldn’t be the same without you guys. or you guys let’s not forget these guys true workers for the better of others

Big ups Froyd, and keep em’ commin’.

psykotube

a new way of “tubbing”, mult mai intuitiv si mai usor de navigat VIZUAL informatia din youtube problema ramasa ar mai fi rafinarea si relevanta

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happy processor day, Intel

Happy 40th Birthday to Intel’s 4004, the Chip That Made the World Digital

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exemplu “unintentional advertising”

status pe Y!

“when I’m alone, sometimes i use comic sans”

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“comic sans and helvetica went to a bar. They asked the bartender for a drink and he replied: “we don’t serve your type here!”

http://www.comicsanscriminal.com/”

sooo.. feed me back more!

20 jan

Listen up. I know the shit you’ve been saying behind my back. You think I’m stupid. You think I’m immature. You think I’m a malformed, pathetic excuse for a font. Well think again, nerdhole, because I’m Comic Sans, and I’m the best thing to happen to typography since Johannes fucking Gutenberg.

13 feb

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and some..

http://achewood.com/comic.php?date=07052007

19 march

culorile noi, metodele vechi

Want your visual design to stand out? A simple way to do that is to find and use a unique color scheme. And this article will show you how to easily find unconventional color combinations using the color wheel.

1: Identifying Primary Colors

Primary Colors

The elementary forehead-slapping-obvious first step. But identifying primary colors is in this guide for completeness sake. Here are the three primary colors:

  • Blue
  • Red
  • Yellow

Okay, that was Colors 101. Why does this matter? It helps to cross out the first list of conventional combinations. Don’t use any combination of primary colors if you want an unconventional color scheme. Any of the primary colors go well together, so no unconventional color combinations are possible here.

2: Identifying Secondary Colors

Secondary Colors

Secondary colors are when 2 primary colors are mixed. Again, pretty obvious, but knowing these will help in crossing off conventional color combinations. Here are the three secondary colors:

  • Purple (blue + red)
  • Orange (red + yellow)
  • Green (yellow + blue)

Time to cross off the next batch of no-good color combinations (since they’re so conventional). In this case, it’s any combination of a primary color with it’s opposite secondary color. They’re known as contrasting a.k.a. opposite colors. Contrasting colors are natural matches, as you can see by looking at the color wheel:

  • Blue and orange
  • Red and green
  • Yellow and purple

These are no good since they’re so conventional. Now onto step 3, which is where you can find your first two unconventional color combination opportunities.

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Just do it! Please!

o noua metoda de a vedea lucrurile, open design, freeform, collaboration platforms.. the new global village nu se opreste doar la facebook, putem FACE lucruri foarte interesante daca suntem multi si motivati.