Today in Design – Top Articles RoundUp 16 July 2014
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- Airplane Seats Are About to Get Smaller and Even More Uncomfortable
In the next 20 years, Boeing expects air travel to double. Increasing the number of seats along with the number of planes makes sense, even if some (a lot of?) comfort is lost.
Even scholars are trying to figure out how to put more people on p…
- The Most Powerful Man In Advertising Says Creativity Is Dying In Europe And The United States
This statement comes at a time when others in the industry are also questioning the future of creativity in advertising. BBH co-founder Sir John Hegarty spoke at Thinkbox’s Big Think event in London and expressed his concern for creativity saying, “In our industry we’ve become obsessed with technology. In doing so, it has lost faith a little bit in the value of that big idea and putting it on TV, the value of broadcast,” The Drum reports.
- 11 Tiny Design Features That Show Apple’s Insane Attention To Detail
Apple products have always been known for their quality design and attention to detail.
Many of these details go unnoticed by the average Apple user, or are only useful to a relative handful of people using the product.
Some features are hand…
- This Site Will Give You Endless Design Inspiration
Getting inspired by seeing the work of others is part of every designer’s workflow. Inspiration is so key to designers that there’s a huge industry of sites that aim to satisfy our creative desires to look at great work.
Niice is one such site. It’s a tastefully curated showcase of visual inspiration sourced from all over the Web.
- Practical Ways to Speed Up Your WordPress Blog
Many WordPress owners fail to understand that site speed is among the top factors which play an important role when it comes to determining conversion rate. Recent research has indicated that if your site takes more than four seconds to load, a…
- 5 Ways To Get Productive With Microsoft OneNote
Benjamin Franklin once wrote, “A place for everything and everything in its place.” With that thought in mind, may I introduce you to – Microsoft OneNote.