Whether you’re a novice or an expert in any medium, good decisions take practice — and great ones stand on a solid foundation. Typekit Practice is a collection of resources and a place to try things, hone your skills, and stay sharp. Everyone can practice typography.
Great initiative by Adobe.
What does TLDR mean?
I’d been wondering and had to Google it.
In a nutshell, it’s short for Too Long; Didn’t Read and is often used in online comments to indicate one hasn’t read the entire text or is summarising something longer.
Crazy wild weather in Nelson today! Pretty frightening actually.
Amazing that this guy managed to catch this tree falling on camera.
I’ve always admired Campaign Monitor’s design and absolute focus on building the best tool possible.
Over the years, there’s probably not been an app I’ve consistently used and loved more.
I can’t wait to see what’s next for the team and the product.
0–14 years in 4 minutes. A great time-lapse portrait of growing up.
I tried to do this with my son but wasn’t diligent enough to do it regularly.
Impressive that someone did it for 14 years (and counting, presumably).
Very little pizza is made at home, from scratch.
I am here to change that. I am here to say: You can make pizza at home. You can make pizza at home that will be the equal of some of the best pizzas available on the planet. With a minimal amount of planning and practice, you can get good at it, even if you are a relatively novice cook.
A Girl Named Elastika, a short stop-motion film.
As one commenter on Vimeo said:
Joli Originals iPad sleeves are stunning.
The minimalist Atelier Playing Cards Kickstarter project looks great.
Fantastic. I find this sort of thing fascinating.
Great little interview with Charles O’Rear on how the “Bliss” image came to be on millions of Windows XP installations around the world.
Good resource for anyone selling online.