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Julie Kondo is an interaction designer, not a robot or a panda. This is where she posts about things that inspire her.

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If the world’s population lived in one city…
(via persquaremile.com)

If the world’s population lived in one city…

(via persquaremile.com)

The History of Apple

The History of Apple

This is one of the greatest infographics I have ever seen.

This is one of the greatest infographics I have ever seen.

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CSS3 Showcase: Illustration with Code

With CSS3, there are a lot of things to be excited about. When I read CSS3 For Web Designers, my first thought was that it could be an amazing illustrator’s toolkit. Here are two awesome sites that go beyond using CSS3 for box shadows and rounded corners:

BeerCamp SXSW 2010

SImple and brilliant, isn’t it? This site uses CSS to make lollipop trees and a block of buildings.

For the Record

I saw this in a .net showcase and instantly had to check it out. It is basically a series of infographics that illustrates the variety and depth of one person’s record collection. The content is interesting and the design is beautiful. The page tells a story without any extraneous nonsense. Love.

Tapping the Sun’s Energy
(source: Infographicworld)

Tapping the Sun’s Energy

(source: Infographicworld)

link HTML5 Readiness

Many of these features are ready to implement today.

We don’t have to wait for entire specs to be completed, we can start using some hawtness now.

theeconomist:

Daily chart: which countries have the highest proportion of female graduates? In Estonia more  than two-thirds of graduates are women. In Japan, by contrast, just over two-fifths of graduates belong to the fairer sex.

theeconomist:

Daily chart: which countries have the highest proportion of female graduates? In Estonia more than two-thirds of graduates are women. In Japan, by contrast, just over two-fifths of graduates belong to the fairer sex.

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ecoevolution:

This infographic shows current consumption rates of various natural resources and provides a timeline estimating when we will run out of them if we don’t become more sustainable. It demonstrates the impacts of American consumption, in particular, and notes where we’d be if the rest of the world consumed resources at just half the rate of the US. Data compiled by by Armin Reller of the University of Augsburg and Tom Graedel of Yale University, graphic created by NewScientist.

ecoevolution:

This infographic shows current consumption rates of various natural resources and provides a timeline estimating when we will run out of them if we don’t become more sustainable. It demonstrates the impacts of American consumption, in particular, and notes where we’d be if the rest of the world consumed resources at just half the rate of the US. 

Data compiled by by Armin Reller of the University of Augsburg and Tom Graedel of Yale University, graphic created by NewScientist.

reblogged via ecoevolution
thebureaux:

The related disciplines of UX-Dan Saffer

thebureaux:

The related disciplines of UX
-Dan Saffer

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(Source: dragoni)

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