WEEK OF MAY 20, 2013
For designers who code: Ten free highly legible, monospaced fonts for programming.
Video: Renowned illustrator, graphic designer and writer Christoph Niemann speaks about innovative ways to combine disciplines at Design Indaba Conference 2013.
Molly McHugh is not OK with this soft ‘G’ GIF nonsense.
Digital Done Well: Is Newsweek 2.0—designed by Huge to showcase long-form content—the new model for online magazines?
The continuing FX protest against studio profiteers turns the Internet green with envy.
Watch last night’s very entertaining Webby Awards—the best of interactive media and film, with speeches by Jerry Seinfeld, Grimes, Ben Stiller, Kevin Spacey and more.
Can the immediate and furious reaction of Creative Suite users, along with a 23,000-signature petition, sway Adobe “to do the right thing?”
Great introductory price on the sturdy and elegant Esmeralda Pro, a modern “capitalis monumentalis” typeface with nearly 1200 glyphs.
Agency Post interview with David Lai, CEO and Creative Director at Hello Design.
Video: Seth Godin's Q&A from his recent Creative Mornings presentation.
Arnold agency’s creative guide to building a ‘Sherpa brand.’
Mowhawk paper and DODOcase collaborate on DODOnotes, the first iPhone-compatible paper notebook.
The Daily Show takes on skyrocketing tuition, job prospects—and illustration—with ‘Stay Out of School’ (via illustrator Doug Fraser).
Google developers get it right, again, with a more photo-centric and hashtag-friendly Google+.
This is Water, David Foster Wallace's brilliant commencement speech, is now a short film—created by The Glossary.
Video: Photographer Platon portrays the power and personality of presidents and tech titans.
Tune in to TYPO Berlin 13 livestreams today through Saturday. Inspiring speakers on design, culture, society—with a little bit of kerning.
Robin Tooms and Ashley Rundall teach designers the principles of “Savage Thinking” in an AIGA Voices series webcast, May 23rd.
CameraLends: a peer-to-peer gear rental network for photographers on the road.
Matthieu Savary’s Pixel is Data app transforms smartphone photographs into abstract art.
Hipstamatic launches Oggl, a new social network for creative photographers.
Design be damned: the HTC First “Facebook phone” is officially a flop.
What the Wall Street Journal’s portrait artist can teach you about innovation.
Video: Paula Scher's keynote address from last week's AdobeMAX conference.
Agency Post interview with Dave Schiff, Chief Creative Officer of Made Movement.