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PICOL - Pictorial Communication Language - Icons & Pictorgrams

PICOL - Pictorial Communication Language - Icons & Pictorgrams
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Siruca Pictograms™, the first Open Source project of Fabrizio Schiavi I’d love to design a lot of new picts for my Siruca Pictograms™ but I can’t find the time, so I asked collaboration to some others icon designers. You can participate to the grow of this project if you like. I’ll publish it just below the text in this page with your name and a link to your site. Don’t worry if you don’t know any font editor, you can send me a Freehand, Illustrator or any vectorial file with your design and I’ll fix it. Siruca Pictograms™ is designed to works with Siruca™ font. It’s a stencil font with rounded terminations, and this characteristic must be keeped. To simplify my work, please, draw your pictograms as path with trace —in the example on the left: I need the blu path. Have a good trip!

Siruca Pictograms™, the first Open Source project of Fabrizio Schiavi I’d love to design a lot of new picts for my Siruca Pictograms™ but I can’t find the time, so I asked collaboration to some others icon designers. You can participate to the grow of this project if you like. I’ll publish it just below the text in this page with your name and a link to your site. Don’t worry if you don’t know any font editor, you can send me a Freehand, Illustrator or any vectorial file with your design and I’ll fix it. Siruca Pictograms™ is designed to works with Siruca™ font. font with rounded terminations, and this characteristic must be keeped. To simplify my work, please, draw your pictograms as path with trace —in the example on the left: I need the blu path. Have a good trip!

The 14 Best Data Visualization Tools Nishith Sharma is the co-founder of frrole, a social intelligence startup. Raw data is boring and it’s difficult to make sense of it in its natural form. Add visualization to it and you get something that everybody can easily digest. Not only you can make sense of it faster, but you can also observe interesting patterns that wouldn’t be apparent from looking only at stats. All Killer, No Filler This one’s different, trust us. To make the tedious task of making beautiful charts and maps easier, I’ve made the list of best data visualization tools available for the job. Let’s get started! For Developers D3.js D3.js, short for ‘Data Driven Documents’, is the first name that comes to mind when we think of a Data Visualization Software. It doesn’t ship with pre-built charts out of the box, but has a nice gallery which showcases what’s possible with D3. FusionCharts FusionCharts has probably the most exhaustive collection of charts and maps. Chart.js Google Charts Highcharts Leaflet dygraphs Datawrapper

Abduzeedo | Graphic Design Inspiration and Photoshop Tutorials We like this. fuck you is the new thank you Welcome! You have reached the visual diary of two friends. These are their thoughts on everything. Enjoy your stay. Read more about us here. If you want to say hello do not hesitate to send us an e-mail. The images on fuckyouverymuch are found all over the amazing internet.

Glyphs Download the font and use the following HTML and CSS examples to implement it. When you download and unpack the archive, inside you will find WebHostingHub font in two formats TTF and EOT. As well as the CSS file that makes the icons compatible with most browsers. WebHostingHub Glyphs are fully compatible with Twitter Bootstrap Framework 1. 3. Here is an example of how WebHostingHub Glyphs will look in Bootstrap. WebHostingHub Glyphs can be used without Bootstrap and have wide support in modern browsers (Chrome, Safari, Firefox, iOS - Mobile Safari, Android Browser). The font can be used in desktop applications as well (Photoshop, Word, etc).

3 Legendary Design Decks Every Presenter Should Read Business presentations have come a long way: Gone are the days of bullet points and stock photos. If you want to succeed as a presenter today, you must get visual. You never saw Steve Jobs presenting any of those PowerPoint templates, now did you? Whether you're new to design or a pro, we can all be inspired and improve upon our presentations. Advice from Seth Godin: Avoiding “Really Bad PowerPoint” This deck combats the notion that presentations are inherently a negative experience. Recreating the NSA Slides When the NSA slides leaked, designer Emiland De Cubber took a creative stab and redesigned the top-secret slides. Design Mistakes to Avoid This deck gives a direct explanation for why your PowerPoint didn’t turn out well: “It’s not the program that sucks, it’s you.” READ MORE: Designing for Mobile: 3 Decks Every UX Designer Should Download Photo: Getty Images/Stephen Simpson

manystuff.org — Graphic Design daily selection Les trouvailles d'Internet pour bien commencer la semaine #61 Pondu par Elise le 2 janvier 2012 2012 ! Profitons bien de celle-là, M6 a dit qu’elle pourrait bien être la dernière. À ce propos, quelqu’un sait ce que Paco Rabanne est devenu ? Weeee !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Et un petit tacle à l’Australie : AUSTRALIE – Pourquoi toi pas attendre ? La vérité de la semaine, par Adrien Ménielle / ak (que vous pouvez aussi suivre sur Twitter) : Dans le même genre, je vous recommande cette vidéo « tu t’es vu quand t’as bu ? (Car je ne sais pas ce que vous avez fait pour votre réveillon, moi à peu près ça) : Maintenant les choses sérieuses : Quelqu’un a pris de bonnes résolutions ? Et aussi plus de zèbres : Une nouvelle création Croyance VS Réalité, avec RihanNa : [Via] Dans la série « ceci est peut-être la fin du monde » : la semaine dernière, sur les côtes de Cleveleys en Angleterre, une étrange mousse cendrée a envahi la route. Il s’agirait en réalité d’algues en décomposition barattées par le vent d’ouest. Concentrez-vous ! Mieux que ça ! Okay. [Via] Ça me fait penser à ça :

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