- see all the photos -> http://thechive.com/2013/12/01/smiles-so-bright-they-could-light-up-a-room-36-photos/
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source the chive -> http://thechive.com/2013/10/15/if-you-enjoy-the-walking-dead-these-memes-are-for-you-36-photos/
Jessica Alba showed off a head full of blond hair on Instagram recently, but it seems the color change was a temporary one.
I recently participated in an event where I was required to redesign Internet.org’s homepage and logo. The content had to remain the same, but the design was to be completely new. The website was required to be responsive, and good in code-quality and aesthetics, without the use of any external code. The logo was marked for creativity and execution. Here’s what I co-designed with Akshat Srivastava in five hours. And why.
“The relationship between form and purpose — How and Why — is symbiotic. But despite this link, Why is usually neglected, because How is more easily framed. It is easier to recognize failures of technique than those of strategy or purpose, and simpler to ask “How do I paint this tree?” than to answer “Why does this painting need a tree in it.”
The above is an extract from The Shape of Design by Frank Chimero. While working on redesigning the corporate identity for Internet.org, I had only one thing in mind — the initiative. I believe that before thinking about what to make, I should realize why to make it. They define Internet.org as a global partnership between technology leaders, nonprofits, local communities and experts who are working together to bring the internet to the two thirds of the world’s population that doesn’t have it.
read more -> https://medium.com/design-ux/42faa1cf0af