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Gorgeous UI Design by Gleb Kuznetsov | Abduzeedo Design Inspiration
Gleb Kuznetsov is a Russian designer that comes up with pretty gorgeous UI pieces for apps and web. He's got a pretty awesome portfolio with many great examples of how beautiful an interface can be. Check it out!
inspiration  mentor-project  masters  ui-design  webdesign  ios-dev 
august 2015 by rodrigoaraujo
UI/UX Conceptual Works by Tintins | Abduzeedo Design Inspiration
We are featuring Tintins, a UI/UX Designer based in Bangkok, Thailand. Most of his work are conceptual and the level of attention to details are just likely improbable. Worth giving a look, it's beautiful.
marriage  webdesign  inspiration 
june 2015 by rodrigoaraujo
Animal Logos by Ivan Bobrov | Abduzeedo Design Inspiration
Amazing collection of animal logos by the Russian designer Ivan Bobrov. Each logo is very colorful and created from a round shape composition. Enjoy!
inspiration  marriage 
march 2015 by rodrigoaraujo
20 Websites With Unique Interactive Scrolling - BittBox
With the introduction of HTML 5, long scrolling websites have become quite a trend, in the world of web design. While this technique offers clean and fluid navigation, it also enhances the designer’s ability to develop a linear narrative, within a site. With solid creative concepts and top-notch development, these websites offer dynamic, interactive experiences. Users are able to navigate, discover and explore through the simple means of scrolling.
design  marriage  inspiration 
january 2014 by rodrigoaraujo
Você tem uma igreja ou você é a igreja? Essa pergunta pode nos confundir um pouco e nos levar a dar uma resposta equivocada muitas vezes. As pessoas procuram a igreja por motivos diferentes: para resolver um problema, para conseguir uma benção ou mesmo ficar em paz com a sua consciência. Mas Deus tem algo muito maior do que isso para as nossas vidas. Ele nos transportou do império das trevas para o Reino da Luz, o Reino do Filho do seu amor (Cl 1.13) e nos deu o seu Espírito Santo, com um propósito muito maior e muito mais cheio de significado.
september 2013 by rodrigoaraujo
How to Make Human Hearts, Lungs, and Guts Using Only Paper | Wired Design |
Remember those human anatomy kits you used in high school to learn about the inner workings of our bodies? Made from hard, dull-colored plastic, they did little justice to the beautiful intricacies of human innards. Thanks to Australian artist Horst Kiechle, there’s now a more artful option out there for those of you who didn’t get enough in Anatomy 101. Using white card stock, scissors and some glue, Kiechle created an anatomically-correct model of the human torso with removable organs.
september 2013 by rodrigoaraujo
How A Car Engine Works (animated infographic)
Did you know that your car will take in 20,000 cubic feet of oxygen to burn 20 gallons of fuel? That's the equivalent of a 2,500 sq. ft. house!
If your only experience with a car engine's inner workings is "How much is that going to cost to fix?" this graphic is for you! Car engines are astoundingly awesome mechanical wonders. It's time you learned more about the magic under the hood!
september 2013 by rodrigoaraujo
Time Warp - Modifying Time Machine's behavior
Time Machine has been an integral component of my backup system since its inception in OS X 10.5. Despite its utility, I dislike how backup snapshots are handled when Time Machine’s hard drive is full. To make efficient use of hard drive space, Time Machine keeps hourly backups for a single day, daily backups for a month, and finally weekly backups until the backup drive is full. Once full, Time Machine operates as a First-in, First-out queue (FIFO)—the oldest snapshot is dequeued to allow an incoming snapshot to be enqueued. This post is about my backup tool called Time Warp and how I use it to modify Time Machine’s backup behavior using weighted reservoir sampling. I built Time Warp to preserve important backup snapshots and prevent Time Machine from deleting them.
backup  inspiration  python  programming 
july 2013 by rodrigoaraujo
Flat Design Inspiration | Inspiration
After our post showcasing 23 Examples of Flat Web Design a lot of readers got in touch to see more flat design related inspiration. We decided to gather some examples of UI kits, icons and much more, so give it a look.
design  inspiration 
may 2013 by rodrigoaraujo
18 Websites that Take Scrolling to the Next Level
There was a time when the common practice was to try and place all content above the fold. But now, instead of fearing the scroll, web designers and developers are embracing the need to scroll, and using it as opportunity to engage the user with background reveals, element animations, and other clever effects based on the pages scroll position. So in an effort to inspire you, we’ve gathered a collection of websites that take scrolling to the next level.
webdesign  inspiration 
may 2013 by rodrigoaraujo
21 Beautiful iPhone App Websites
I believe we can agree that a lot of iPhone app websites are really beautiful and well designed. It seems that designers embrace the “Apple” style and create websites that are clean, minimal and elegant. Instead of simply creating a random page to show their apps, designers create inspiring layouts, using beautiful images, lots of white space and nice typography. Today we will show you a list of iPhone apps websites that are certainly inspiring, check it out.
inspiration  iphone  app  webdesign 
april 2013 by rodrigoaraujo
Pixel Perfection
A lot of designers throw around the term pixel perfection. But what does it really mean? Googling it really didn’t help. With this article, I am going to not only attempt to define it but also give clear examples on how to achieve it. I will also share design files from which you can deconstruct and analyze.
design  inspiration 
april 2013 by rodrigoaraujo
How to Write a Travel Journal
You realize it’s wise to keep a journal. But what is a good way to go about it? In my experience, it has worked best to keep the journal private, the entries short, and the access easy.
inspiration  app  note-taking 
march 2013 by rodrigoaraujo
Procrastination Is Not Laziness
So that’s my simple, humble dream in life: to list a few things I’d like to get done and go ahead and do them. I could take over the world, if I could only learn to do that. 
inspiration  article 
march 2013 by rodrigoaraujo
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