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Trianglify is a javascript library for generating colorful triangle meshes that can be used as SVG images and CSS backgrounds.Shortly Trianglify is a low poly style background generator with d3.js. It was inspired by btmills/geopattern, and uses d3.js to build... Here on Designbeep,we also aim to help designers to find free yet high quality resources whether for your web design projects or graphic design projects.Who doesn’t like freebies? Well,although we bring together free font collections time to time we decided... Haze is a responsive and retina ready One Page WordPress theme. It’s suitable for any type of business, built for any needs and perfect for you, no matter if you use it as a photographer, web design agency, nonprofit organization...

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Why Design Thinking Works Occasionally, a new way of organizing work leads to extraordinary improvements. Total quality management did that in manufacturing in the 1980s by combining a set of tools—kanban cards, quality circles, and so on—with the insight that people on the shop floor could do much higher level work than they usually were asked to. That blend of tools and insight, applied to a work process, can be thought of as a social technology. In a recent seven-year study in which I looked in depth at 50 projects from a range of sectors, including business, health care, and social services, I have seen that another social technology, design thinking, has the potential to do for innovation exactly what TQM did for manufacturing: unleash people’s full creative energies, win their commitment, and radically improve processes. The Challenges of Innovation To be successful, an innovation process must deliver three things: superior solutions, lower risks and costs of change, and employee buy-in.

Newsletter Design: 50+ Great Examples A good newsletter campaign can be a great way to inform your subscribers of all your company’s latest news, products and specials. In this post you will see some great examples of newsletter designs from various online companies. If you’re in need of some design inspiration, this post just might do the job. Want more articles on Email Newsletter Design ? Friday Fun: useless or not so designs? You decide Fun | August 6, 2010 2:05 PM | Leave a Comment We've picked up a few designs from the surrounding blogosphere for you have a laugh or to admire or both or neither. Maybe useless maybe not, you decide... Tags:

15 Most Interesting Logos and Their Concepts Branding means a very good logo – a logo that will market your products as well as stay in people’s memories. These logos won’t just be used on products but as stickers on different items used (banners, clings, bumper stickers, letter pads, brochures, leaflets, catalogues etc) during the subsequent marketing campaigns. Below are some logos which have changed over the years, depicting the evolutionary stages of the companies themselves. Apple: Apple was set up by Ronald Wayne and Steve Jobs in 1976.

Evolving the Google Identity Google is not a conventional company. Our mission—to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful—continues to evolve. Last year we introduced Material Design to help designers and developers embrace an expanding, multi-device, multi-screen world. With those considerations in mind, we are excited to share a new brand identity that aims to make Google more accessible and useful to our users—wherever they may encounter it. Since its inception, the Google.com homepage has been strikingly simple: The quirky, multicolored logo sits above a single, approachable input field on a clean white canvas. But as technology moves forward, the canvas itself is changing, and the inputs and needs are becoming more diverse.

Great Design : ProofHQ – Product Blog Following the huge success of last year’s “World’s Biggest Ever List of Graphic Design Blogs”, we’ve decided that we should turn it into an annual event – after all, more people than ever before are blogging and the talent pool continues to grow. This year, we’ve added in some additional categories including typography and image sourcing sites to help you along your way. The list is at least 40% larger than last year and is the one stop shop for all that you could need in terms of inspiration, reference material or tools for you to use. Jun Mitani Is A Paper Magician: Constructing Unbelievable Origami Forms From Torafu Architects’ 2D to 3D pop-up paper vases to Josh Ritter’s 12,000-piece cut and paste music video, paper remains one of the oldest and most diversely applied materials for creative expression. Today, we explore the wafer-thin constructions of Japanese computer scientist Jun Mitani. From his first intrigues with paper design to his inimitable collaboration with fashion designer Issey Miyake, the 3D origami craftsman explains his trials and triumphs with paper. The Creators Project: Please introduce yourself and your work with paper.

The Beauty of Corporate Identity Last week if I am not mistaken we were presenting a collection of interesting logo designs. Today we’ll stick with corporate identity and we’ll check how creative branding should look like if we want some success. You’ll be able to see various business cards, whole stationery designs, stamps or product package designs.

What Is Design Thinking? Two years ago, Jon Kolko, chief operating officer at Austin-based design consultancy Modernist Studio, arrived at the home of a 20-year-old photography major at the University of North Texas who was considering dropping out. The student, whom Kolko referred to by the pseudonym Kendra to protect her anonymity, was nowhere to be found. Kolko, who was previously the vice president of product design at Blackboard, was there with his colleague, chief design officer Chad Fisher. They were interviewing Kendra as part of the discovery phase of the design thinking research their firm was doing for Texas OnCourse, a state-funded college and career planning resource.

12 Awesome websites with continuous scrolling We have already seen the continuous scrolling effect in sites like Google Reader or Tumblr, but this trend is growing strong. It can be a smoother solution to show more content on a site than pagination, as it does not require to refresh the page and dynamic loading makes the site faster. We have selected some of the best continuous scrolling websites for your viewing pleasure. Be careful not to hurt your index finger because once you scroll, you can't stop! Unfold Skittles Looks like good design Lookbook Paranaiv Reform & Revolution Pixillion Dynamit Method Design Lab Web is beautiful Satellite voices Brand New School

Faucet that allows only 1 liter of water - Seoul Colors 1ℓimit faucet doesn’t necessarily changes how we physically interact with faucets but will definitely impact our behavior and environmental awareness when using water. Designers Yonggu Do, Dohyung Kim & Sewon Oh realized that we use approximately 6 liters of water per second and came up with a much more environmentally friendly faucet design that allows the user to use only 1 liter of water before it is refilled. Although the water is refilled whenever the user closes the faucet, it still effectively transforms our behavior when spending water and creates environmental awareness by forcing this “1 limit”. via Yanko

Weekly Web Design Inspiration #33 There is no limit for inspiration and when it comes to webdesign this is much more unlimited. As usual we continue to showcase beautiful and interesting webdesigns that we came across during the week.Hope you like this week’s collection too. Polyester Studio Visit Website

Sites of January 2021 This is the portfolio website of Cosmin Mizra, a professional sound design freelancer. Cosmin’s modern website showcases his sound design skills, projects and music, and sound portfolio. The website was created by Camilia Filip and her team at Chamilyon Agency, a Romania-based digital marketing agency that designs Elementor-built websites.

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