So Brendan Fraser website from 2005 is still up and is amazing!
Having your independent blog is an excellent way to share what you think in a decentralized way, independent of any major company that may add a paywall to it
Never get tired of this kind of posts, they’re so inspiring.
Simplification is a powerful design strategy. Naturally the button to make an emergency call should be as simple as possible. And yet, we also need further design strategies that help us accept, understand, and interact with complex situations in our lives.
Amazing piece on complexity with gorgeous animations as a plus.
Pricing freelancing projects. Everything I’ve learned.
Amazing thread, full of great advise.
Being comfortable being uncomfortable is a skill. Being comfortable being wrong — so that others might clarify — takes practice but yields dividends over time.
Great piece about leveling up a design career.
It’s an ode to the video store experience and a nostalgia trip for anyone who remembers the trailers playing before movies on VHS, or having to rewind the tape before you return it. For many of us, the video store wasn’t just a place to rent movies, but a place to hang out and talk film. It was a vastly more social experience than sitting at home scrolling through thumbnails online. We have an almost endless stream of entertainment available at the click of a button, which makes it all the more amazing that a little independent video store can survive in 2020.
I will really miss these places, great memories.
100 iconic movie lines given an animated twist.
This so great and so funny. 😄