Just yesterday Rakesh and me were talking about that final touch, the jewel of the crown, or in Cameron’s words, “the final ten percent” when designing stuff. Almost every serious designer is sure to have experienced just how elusive the last mile can be. It’s what separates the professionals from the amateurs.
Steven Frank echoes a lot of my thoughts on the use of Flash and the saving grace of the excellent ClickToFlash for us Safari users.
Get set for the first Grand Slam of the year which kicks off a little less than 36 hours from now. As always, prateekrungta.com will be featuring the latest draws of both the Men’s and Women’s singles tournaments.
Qǐngwèn is a Chinese dictionary that will finally make it easy for you to lookup words in Chinese.
Free iPhone app by Da Geek – Karan.
Much like Sleevage for book covers.
They say not to judge a book by its cover. I can’t make up mind if the inverse should also apply.
Mark Pilgrim’s series on the maze that is digital video.
Gary Hustwit has released the first trailer for his latest project – Objectified.
Wasn’t expecting anything less from the director of “Helvetica”, and having seen the trailer, Objectified looks set to be another great documentary about the always fascinating world of design.
Update: A higher-quality version is up on the film’s official website.
A brilliant print joke that did not go down too well with the editor’s boss. Too bad for the boss.
Brisbane–based Indian boy band behind the hilarious “12 Days of Christmas”. Also check out “Single Girls”.
Way too much sleep. (On the lines of Dan Cederholm)