Sometimes, a little shift in perspective can reveal intricate patterns, sumptuous textures, and vibrant colors in the most unexpected places. And when that shift’s more in the 30,000-foot range, the revelations just get that much richer. Check out these views from way, way above. Dawn of the Balloons by Alessio Andreani on 500px Garden Isle
Think about the last time you ate at a restaurant. What cuisine did it serve?
What made you to choose that particular restaurant? What was your first impression as you walked in? Were you asked to wait till you were ushered to an available seat? How was the menu arranged? Did food come quickly enough? How did it taste? How was the customer service? Did your squaring up go smoothly? Would you go back again?
At the beginning of 2014, my agency, 383, moved our studio to an unused factory in the heart of Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter. We exist to help brands be more useful, so it only seemed natural to apply this purpose to our own space.
Here’s the story of how it went, what we discovered, and how we built a more “useful” studio.
Last Thursday, we hosted our very first webinar with FullStory’s Josh Teague: “Engaging engineering in design.” Josh shared best practices gleaned from his 10+ years as a product designer, 4 of which were at Google.
Here are a just a few of the many pearls of wisdom he shared.
Eating chocolate. Checking your phone. Crushing some candy. Disparate as these actions seem, they share one thing—they’re all habits. And habits all share a 3-part foundation known as the habit loop.