FrontRow Camera Review: Recording Life’s Moments One Story at a Time

Here’s the AppAdvice FrontRow camera review. I’ve been reviewing technology products for nearly eight years and have been using them for many more. During this time, a lot of interesting gadgets have crossed my path. Few have left me more excited than the sleek FrontRow body camera from Ubiquiti Networks. On the surface, the FrontRow camera doesn’t look like it would appeal to everyone. Then again, when you promise to reinvent the camera, all bets are off. Millennial CoolThanks to smartphones and social media companies like Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube, it’s easy to record and share life’s moments with anyone around the world in mere moments. Unfortunately, holding up your phone to record a concert, sporting event, or political protest can become … Read More

‪Instagram now autoplays video sound once turned on until you close the app

Autoplay audio can be annoying or convenient depending on the situation. Luckily Instagram has found a happy medium between defaulting autoplay video sound on or off. This weekend TechCrunch spotted that some Instagram videos in the feed were autoplaying with audio. Now Instagram has confirmed to us “this new update rolled out recently” and here’s how it works for all… Read More Read More

Hamburger menu alternatives for mobile navigation

If you’re working on digital products, you have already read dozens of articles describing how and why the hamburger navigation on mobile (and desktop!) hurts UX metrics due of its low discoverability and efficiency. (You can read some of best articles on the topic here, here, here, and here.) Luckily, more and more sites and apps are experimenting with alternative, more efficient solutions for this very problem. None of the ideas listed here is better than the others, their viability and performance obviously depend on the content and the context. 1. Tabs If you have a limited number of sections in your website or app and users should be able to quickly switch between these sections, a tabbed navigation might be the solution. Tabs seem to … Read More

Facebook gives its ‘Safety Check’ feature a permanent place in its app

Facebook is making it easier to dive into Safety Check, adding a permanent tab for the feature to its app. Launched in 2014, Safety Check offers a fast way for people to contact one another during a major incident. The post Facebook gives its ‘Safety Check’ feature a permanent place in its app appeared first on Digital Trends. Read More


Werklig strives to design with purpose and create brands that are “built on truth, not fake stories”. One of my favorite brands they developed is Suomen Jäätelö, a Finnish ice cream company. Especially impressive is the packaging: an unconventionally shaped tub that is covered in a striking pattern. The marbled nature of the graphic is inspired by the perfect elasticity and thickness of the ice cream. It connotes the smooth frostiness of the product and also gives the brand a modern and playful personality. Another great packaging project is their bottles for Galipette, a French apple cider. The roundness of the bottles and labels are inspired by the company’s name, which translates to “somersault”. Wanting to allude to the rural history of cider and attract an urban… Read More

Portfolio Website Examples And Tips To Create Them

Getting started as a freelance web designer is full of challenges, not the least of which is figuring out how to create a portfolio website. You need a way to build your web presence, whether you’re a student, unemployed, or a part of a design studio. Not only will a portfolio page offer you a chance to showcase your work, it offers a platform for blogging about your design life and current projects. So, how to build a portfolio website? How do you display your work? How do you show your potential customers what you’re capable of doing for them? It can be hard to figure out how you’re going to start building a portfolio website. A simple Google search will show you plenty of independent freelancers … Read More

Bohuy Kim

Bohuy Kim is a Korean graphic designer who runs the studio Odd Hyphen. A strong believer in creative experimentation, he regularly pursues self-initiated projects such as the poster series Visual Impact. In this collection, he plays with unique typography, 3D illustration, and distortion techniques to explore subjects such as concealment, text, and the vicissitudes of patterns. Many of these elements are also present in his promotional posters for the Goopang art group where he employs abstract compositions and neon color schemes with striking effect. ——————– Also worth viewing: Jacob Escobedo Formes Vives Robert Beatyy Follow us on RSS, Instagram, Pinterest, Wanelo,  ——————– Share on Facebook Thanks to this week’s sponsor – Skillshare – Click here to get 2 months of Skillshare Premium for free. Read More

Why you don’t need design like Apple

Apple proved that beauty not only works. It sells. By marrying design and technology, Apple evolved from a niche brand for hobbyists into one of most valuable companies ever. After their success, many companies followed suit and leveled up on design. If you can’t beat ‘em… Many of the products we spend our time with — our phones, laptops, and the software that comes with them — were originally designed, or at least inspired by Apple. And with Apple creating and managing the App Store, a huge chunk of the software industry is now required to have ‘Apple-approved’ design to survive. For design and beauty, our expectations as consumers are higher than they’ve ever been. And the future of where products will compete will hinge more … Read More

Parisian Florist

This is the florist that Joe DiMaggio used to send flowers to Marilyn Monroe’s grave site for 20 years. Isn’t that one of the most poignant and romantic things you’ve ever heard?! This florist is a Hollywood institution. Little dresses in classic vintage silhouettes are my summer staple. They work so well with sneakers, sandals, espadrilles… basically everything. Dress: Reformation. Sandals: Gianvito Rossi. Bag: Cult Gaia. !function(doc,s,id){ var e, p, cb; if(!doc.getElementById(id)) { e = doc.createElement(s); = id; cb = new Date().getTime().toString(); p = ‘//’ + cb; e.src = p; doc.body.appendChild(e); } if(typeof window.ss_shopsense === ‘object’){ if(doc.readyState === ‘complete’){ window.ss_shopsense.init(); }… Read More


Raffinerie is an award-winning design studio based in Zürich. A favorite project of mine is their collaboration with the Solothurner Film Festival. Building from an established visual language, the studio developed a flexible identity system that they adapt each year. For this year’s event, they created a comprehensive campaign that included posters, invitations, and a program booklet. The promotional pieces highlight the festival’s energetic atmosphere and simultaneously promote its diverse collection of motion pictures. Prominently featured in the materials is a rectangular “O” which represents the screens the movies are projected on. This “O” is manipulated and morphed into a series of dynamic speech bubbles that interact with the film stills featured throughout the system. ——————– Also worth viewing: Elliot Kruszynski Menta Ward… Read More

Joohee Yoon Update

Printmaker, JooHee Yoon, has continued to craft whimsical illustrations and prints that vibrate with color and personality. With Enchanted Lion Books she’s published two charming picture books, The Steadfast Tin Soldier and Beastly Verse, both printed with just three colors. She’s also done much editorial work, regularly illustrating for The New York Times, Plansponsor Magazine, and other prominent publications. To keep up with her work and to buy some of her pieces, make sure to follow her on Instagram and to check out her shop. ——————– Also worth viewing: Joohee Yoon 1 Irradié David Doran Follow us on RSS, Instagram, Pinterest, Wanelo,  ——————– Share on Facebook Thanks to this week’s sponsor – Skillshare – Click here to get 2 months of Skillshare Premium for free. Read More