I love you but… is a lovely project by Alex Holder and Ross Neil.
A reader of mine got in touch and I couldn’t help but notice this line in her signature:
There’s a certain joy that comes from doing what you love, getting compensated for it and constantly learning new things in the process. Your goal should be to maximize each experience and try to cover as many new areas of the bigger triangle as possible. Maxing out your Triangle, by Jack Cheng
The 80 page book features 9 Good Ideas and manifestations of them. The book is intended for a business audience – for advertising and branding professionals, for innovation and R&D staff, marketing managers and business strategists. A sample of the book can be found online here.
John and I launched version 2 of abitareshop.com today! Abitare is a wonderful gift and accessory store in the heart of Brooklyn Heights. Together with John Ford of Aldenta, I had the pleasure to design and build abitare’s first web presence. Up until yesterday you had to email the store owners to order a product but starting today the order button says ‘add to cart’ instead of ‘email to order’! Besides adding the full blown e-commerce capabilities we’ve also added product categories and a product thumbnail navigation once you’re on a product detail page.
Abitare is one of my favorite stores in my neighborhood and the owners, Lizzie and Joanne, have made it on the very top of my list of ‘favorite client ever’. If you’ve started your holiday gift shopping already, check their site or better, drop by their lovely store on Henry Street.
Parents who choose a stroller that seats their baby facing away from them could risk long-term development problems in their children, according to a study published Friday.
Grid Systems is a limited edition T-Shirt designed and produced by YouWorkForThem
These Toast Adhesive Bandages made me laugh. Not sure if our little Ella would approve though.
Our little Ella approves!
Journalist Carl Honore believes the Western world’s emphasis on speed erodes health, productivity and quality of life. But there’s a backlash brewing, as everyday people start putting the brakes on their all-too-modern lives.