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Here at Co.Design, we pride ourselves on being a house of many mansions. To that end, we've spent the past several months sharing the perspectives of some of the finest experts working in design, from Bruce Nussbaum on the dangers of design imperialism to Gadi Amit on what's wrong with American design schools (hint: everything). We might not agree with all the opinions, but we're totally convinced that the dialogue about design is richer because of them. What follows is a collection of the most popular -- and occasionally controversial -- columns of 2010. <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
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1. Ashley Ambirge
Vibrant and complex design is certainly not everyone’s cup of tea. Some of us may prefer it clean, simple and straight forward . In another word – minimalist.
Note: This is a long article (4000+ words), I suggest bookmarking it for later if you don’t have time to read it all right now. I spend a lot of time thinking about how to learn faster.
Email signatures are the bumper stickers of the internet. From the overused quotations to the sanctimonious "consider the environment before you print this email" messages, email signatures are the bane of modern communication. Some obnoxious sign-offs are more common (and more annoying) than others.
I am better today than yesterday, and I will be better tomorrow.
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Vuvuzela is a great word, one of the best to enter American popular culture in 2010, though it sounds nothing like an actual vuvuzela.
Top 100 Motivational Blog Posts of All Time Thursday, January 24, 2008 at 2:41am by Site Administrator
Never feel like there's enough time in the morning?
It's that time of year when we all start to make "New Year's resolutions", which is a fancy way of saying we'll try forming better habits.