Famous Artworks Ruined By Clients Who Think They Know Better

Designers often have to compromise with their clients, but sometimes it’s just too much. Inspired by a tweet and born out of frustration at client demands, Paris agency Graphéine decided to show what would happen if famous artworks were given to clients. “Make the logo bigger!”; “But my wife likes red.”; “That blue is not […]

Stress test your design with forceFeed.js

Fun script by Heydon Pickering, whom you might know from the lobotmized owl selector, and quantity queries with CSS. Static mockups are liars. They only show the designer’s content. The forceFeed.js script is designed to help you test your design’s tolerance for variable, dynamic content. A tiny script that “force feeds” HTML elements with random […]

GE’s Predix Design System

Jeff Crossman, Product Designer at GEDesign: A design system should not simply be a collection of user interface components along with some design theory. It should demonstrate how design patterns have been applied in real products and document how other teams have extended patterns for specific use cases. Our goal with this design system is […]

 Designing Ryanair’s Boarding Pass

In the following article we’ll outline the beginnings of the project, some of the challenges we encountered and ultimately what we learned from the process of redesigning Ryanair’s boarding pass. Difference between this redesign and many of the Dribble shots that can be found online is that this one was actually tested early on, and […]

The Worst-Designed Thing You’ve Never Noticed

Roman Mars is obsessed with flags — and after you watch this talk, you might be, too. In this surprising and hilarious talk about vexillology — the study of flags — Mars reveals the five basic principles of flag design and shows why he believes they can be applied to just about anything. Worth your […]