These visual size comparisons Kevin Wisbith are impressively impactful.
I am never not thinking about how to get better at email. I enjoyed this article: An etiquette update: Brevity is the highest virtue. And then also, my friend Jocelyn K. Glei’s book that just came out: Unsubscribe.
Love these zip-close storage bags modeled after classic French jam jars. The design allows bags to stand when filled. Dishwasher and freezer safe, durable and leak proof.
The makers of Universe stopped by at our FRIENDS Happy Hour last night and presented their new app. Everyone was blown away. What a beautifully experimental iPhone app they have built! They have most certainly created a new medium for the mobile world.
The app’s atomic unit is a verse, a 3×5 grid for infinite creativity: art, stories, interactive experiences, radical video collages, immersive soundscapes, musical instruments, even games. Or you can go the practical route and make a portfolio, invitation, how-to guide, recipe, or even a business card.
I can’t wait to see my ten year old play around wit it! So many possibilities!
This blows my mind: How Boeing Builds a 737 in Just Nine Days
I doubt this leather wrist ruler is practical to measure anything but it sure looks cool.
Creativeans x Andrew Loh made reading and eating without a table a possibility. Made me chuckle.
Sony BRAVIAT commercial fills a derelict casino with 4000 glitter balloons. The is visually stunning.
Wage Islands by Ekene Ijeoma is an interactive installation about wage and housing inequality in NYC. It’s a 3d topographic map of monthly housing costs submerged in water to show where New Yorkers can afford to live based on hourly wages.
The bar for the “most creative job application” ever received has been raised. Last week, Ryan Beller dropped off a white box with a beautifully arranged ViewMaster inside. Clicking through it revealed his resume and cover letter. Consider me (and the rest of team Tattly) impressed!
Update: We offered him the job. And, he accepted. So, YAY!
Slack added a new feature to their app: All Unreads (as the name may suggest…) gathers all your unread messages in one easily digestible, scrollable view. So good!