1. 21 March 2013

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Here is a list of all the SXSW interactive awards finalists. There’s so many great sites to see. Happy exploring!

    ruthno:

    Here is a list of all the SXSW interactive awards finalists. There’s so many great sites to see. Happy exploring!

  2. Nicholas Felton | Feltron.com →

    No comment necessary.

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  3. Viral Search as Visual Information →

    A lovely experiment in the infographic representation of viral content. Essentially, version 1.0 of our ability to visualize the networking of content.

    This is what it looks like when we share.

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  4. The Magic of Art and Copy →

    I’m posting this in honor of the 85th Academy Awards (!) this Sunday. But, this story is also an inspiring reminder of how art and copy are the elements that together spark pure magic. Movie magic in this case. The original ‘ARGO’ story that ran in Wired magazine had authentic movie storyboards and these pull quotes as graphics. ”Actual stamps were manufactured to give the pullquotes an authentic look. Stamp fonts just didn’t cut it.”

    Actual stamps were manufactured to give the pullquotes an authentic look. Stamp fonts just didn't cut it.

  5. We Buy White Albums →

    Along our continuing search for unconstrained innovation in constrained environments, artist Rutherford Chang turns the Beatles White Album into vessel, canvas, icon, artifact and obsession.

    Not to mention gallery experience and aural exploration.

    A beautiful rumination on personality and the passage of time via the personal iterations of a single white package.

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    "I’m most interested in the albums as objects and observing how they have aged. So for me, a Beatles album with an all white cover is perfect."

    As is his installation at Recess gallery.

  6. Storytelling through videos and photos never gets old →

    I personally don’t like Sierra Nevada but I think they do just fine without me. They’ve created brand loyalty with the few customers who really do enjoy them and grew steadily over the years. Now check out their whole brand story told though the help of DK. Their humble beginnings, customer values, and sustainability practices are told like an anthem.

    Maybe I’ll give their summer ale a try one day.

  7. Kickstarter’s New Mobile App →

    So I have a bit of a fetish for Kickstarter. But that’s not why I’m posting this.

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    Rather, it’s the fact that the app has taken on a very familiar UX… One that is becoming status qio.

    "It’s as if the entire industry is tacitly agreeing that single column, square image feeds with minimal text are becoming the de facto to consume multimedia on mobiles. We’ve given up on expecting people to turn phones sideways, and more clever gestures have been mostly ignored."

  8. Face Detection + Responsive Typography →

    Marko Dugonjić has created an interesting experiment in responsive technology. Using a web cam he is able to see how close your face is to the screen and then displays the type accordingly. Next level!

  9. Cardiio: Turn your phone into a biosensor →

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    “Every time your heart beats, more blood is pumped into your face. This slight increase in blood volume causes more light to be absorbed, and hence less light is reflected from your face. Using sophisticated software, your iPhone’s front camera can track these tiny changes in reflected light that are not visible to the human eye and calculate your heart beat!”

    Yes, I too was skeptical at first but this actually seems legit.

    New technology always feels like magic at first.

  10. WWF’s New App

    "All of the interactions are about the reveal… We want the user to feel engaged and entertained but also [tried to] make the information memorable through the discovery."

    Read about it here.