This is one beautiful electric car: The Renovo Coupe.
Really diggin’ this whole Material Design thing. I give it about a year or two until this level of animation polish becomes the standard for modern web apps as well.
Input is a flexible system of fonts designed specifically for code by David Jonathan Ross. It offers both monospaced and proportional fonts, all with a large range of widths, weights, and styles for richer code formatting.
Impressive. As far as I know, it’s the first programming font that’s built to serve a mixture of serif and sans-serif as style differentiators within code.
Allison House directed and animated this music video for “Summer Noon,” a new single from one of my favorite musicians, Jeff Tweedy (of Wilco). She describes the process and the challenges she faced in tackling new medium on her blog:
Beginners often hear fake it ‘til you make it, but scrappiness and transparency count for a heck of a lot. My mantra was whatever it takes.
I’m incredibly proud to announce that my primary client over the past year, Appurify, is joining Google. Appurify is a brilliant cloud platform for testing/optimizing iOS and Android apps, and designing/developing the interface over the past year has been a joy. I couldn’t imagine a better outcome for the team.
As a part of the transition, I’m happy to say Google asked that I join the team full time—and, after some consideration—I said yes. I started yesterday and am very excited see what the future holds.
Limbo was undoubtedly one of the most beautiful, striking games I’ve played—And it looks like Playdead will not disappoint with their next one either.
Laurence McCahill, Why happiness should be your business model