9 Interesting Infographics About Color Color, one of the most overlooked and yet important elements to our every day lives. Because of the makeup of our brains, and the correlations between sight and perception, we are affected on a very deep level by color. Perhaps even more than we are affected by shape, or any other sense in the mind and body. But color can relate to a great many things, even changing the way we think and feel.
Dom Pérignon by David Lynch Spending an afternoon with David Lynch in the penthouse of the Chateau Marmont isn't necessarily an everyday occurrence—the filmmaker, known for his surrealistic visions, actually admits that he rarely leaves the house if he doesn't have to. As the son of a forester, Lynch grew up spending time with his father in their woodshop, and now enjoys time at home creating his own art, photography and sound studios. Lynch did venture out recently to the home of his friend, special effects designer Gary D’Amico, to collaborate on a bottle and package design project for Dom Pérignon. The two experimented with welding torches, shot beams of light into crystals, sprinkled sparkles and powered up smoke machines and other lighting effects to capture images for the resulting wraps. Shrouded in dreamy, glowing light streaks is Lynch's scrawled label, "Dom Pérignon by David Lynch" sliced horizontally across the dark Champagne bottle.
0.0.0.100 2. Pick at least one reason to support your rating Based on your experience the site contains malicious content like malware, viruses, or spyware that may harm your computer. Based on your experience the site delivers unacceptable customer experience, low quality products, or unreliable deliveries. The Most Powerful Colors in the World by COLOURlovers When we released our report on the colors of the social web, based on data analyzed by our Twitter theme tool, we were surprised that blue was such a dominant color in people's profile designs. Was Twitter's default color influencing their design decisions? Or is blue really THE most popular and dominant color online? ...We decided to look at the colors in the brands from the top 100 sites in the world to see if we could paint a more colorful picture. [click to view in full size]
Twitter Best Practices - The Free Beginner's Guide from Moz Utilize tracking and variables in all of your shared links. This will help you to better evaluate the success that individual content pieces have. Look at the day and time your audience is most active, the types of content they engage with most frequently, and the style and tone of your language. From there you can better understand how to share and engage with your community. Color Design Principle: Chromostereopsis (Or Why Blue on Red Doesn’t Work) Don’t ever design blue text on a red background. Ever. And don’t put green on red, either. If the image below doesn’t give you reason enough not to, I don’t know what will. Miniature worlds by Takanori Aiba Incredible miniatures by illustrator/architect Takanori Aiba. tokyogoodidea.com via: emmeline + colossal
Website User Testing the Usabilla Way - Features Multi language support Choose the language of your site and create a more personal experience for your visitors. Usabilla Live is currently available in the following languages: Arabic (Full right to left support), Chinese (Simplified Mandarin & Traditional), Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Serbian Spanish & Swedish. Are you missing one? Colors of the Social World (Wide Web) [Infographic + Video] by COLOURlovers When a social network like Twitter allows a user to select a theme to represent themselves in the digital world, that user is choosing to identify their digital persona with colors... And we wanted to look at who chooses what colors... If the world is made up of people and those people have a color preference... what then is the color of Texas? What color are mothers? What color are we?
Impossibly cute baby has had enough of her dad chasing her every time she enters a room I think I just destroyed the replay button watching this adorable video. In Seoul, South Korea, software engineer Kwanyoung Park documents the everyday life of his two daughters, Yerin and Yeseo, on his YouTube channel, ‘Bobaepapa’. In one video compilation he made back in April 2013, it features his then-14-month-old Yerin playing their favorite game of chase. The clips always start out with Yerin entering her parents’ bedroom, only to be surprised and eventually chased by her dad. Cuteness overload ensues every time as Yerin runs – and giggles – for her life.