I guess this IDEO Web Color Visualizer has been around for a while. Still worth a post, could come in handy someday.
My first scrubs: Tiny versions of the real ones that doctors and nurses wear everyday.
Hands-Free Umbrella, Ryo Masaki, 2005 (why does she have her hand up there at the handle if it is supposed to be hands-free?)
Most children learn to read going letter-by-letter, learning which sounds go with which shapes until they can blend the sounds together to form words. This is why new readers proceed slowly and sometimes struggle with pronunciation and syllable stress.
The efforts of new readers can be supported by making sure their texts use inviting, easy-to-read typefaces, set in the most readable way.
EVERYONE knows that babies crawl before they walk, and that tricycles come before two-wheelers. But at what age should children get their first cellphone, laptop or virtual persona? These are new questions being faced by 21st-century parents, and there is no wisdom from the generations for guidance. You can’t exactly say to your teenager, “When I was a boy, I didn’t have an unlimited texting plan until I was in high school.”
So Young, and So Gadgeted, by Warren Buckleitner
The perfect gift for a writer friend or typography lover: comma pendant.
Playhouse is intended to stimulate creativity in young minds. The idea is for children to use a few basic components to construct new urban and rural landscapes. Two stylised forms, the red cottage and grey skyscraper function as a framework for the buildings with the sound-absorbent mat acting as a soft foundation of green lawns and grey roads.
“ The true measure of a man is how he treats someone who can do him absolutely no good ” — Samuel Johnson