All posts tagged: IFTTT

Herman Miller Website

I have often admired the work of Herman Miller, and not just for their wonderful furniture and environmental concepts. I love the variety of interactions and sheer beauty of their website. It is a fitting vehicle for their products and ethos. The sanguine use of white space enriches the presence of both type and image […]

Betteo 365

I’ve been enjoying Patricio Betteo’s 365 project for a few years now and somehow never linked to it here. The illustrations are (I think) added daily, though there’ve been a few months where it’s not been updated at all (sounds familiar, can’t think why). It’s a regular source of inspiration for me, with a mix […]

Blued

I’m quite fond of illustrations made with restricted palettes (part of the appeal of mid-century printed ephemera, I think) so this project by Sameer Kulavoor (as Bombay Duck Designs) caught my eye when It’s Nice That featured it. The illustrations highlight the use of basic blue tarpaulins in Indian cities by abstracting all the other […]

The ABC App

Created by Bart De Keyzer and Frederik Jacques, This is how I learn my ABC is a beautiful little educational app (or digital book, should you prefer) for the iPad. Clearly aimed at children, the app is delightfully presented with clean, crisp illustrations, bold typography and subtle animations, and therefore will probably get just as […]