Archive for the ‘ Web ’ Category

Layout | Pitchfork music festival app

Pitchfork 2011 for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad on the iTunes App Store.

Lovely looking iPhone app for the Pitchfork music festival. The app is nicely laid out and has a consistent indie music poster feel to it. The typography and icons also work well with the retro circles and lines look.

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Layout | Thrive Solo Project Management

Thrive Solo is a beautiful web-based project management tool for Freelancer’s with clean simple graphs and grid goodness

Via swissmiss

Solo – bringing beauty to Project Management.

Layout | Anatomy of an Apple email

An interesting infographic showing the general layout of an Apple email, and how it is trying to sell you stuff. This is good inspiration for how to structure your own advertisements.

Cool Infographics – Blog – The (visual) Anatomy of an Apple Email.

Layout | Wirify

Wirify is a great resource for anyone who is interested in the underlying structure and grids of websites. You can use Wirify to create a wire diagram of any webpage – instantly showing you the grid design.

New York Times - Original vs Wirify wireframe

Volkside | Wirify homepage – The web as wireframes.

Typography | Fonts In Use

Fonts in Use is a great new website that analyses the use of typography on websites, products, signage, posters, branding and pretty much anything else. The analysis gives the fonts used and what is good and bad about the usage.

Fonts In Use – Type at work in the real world..

Via Typetide

Layout | Typographic scale and rhythm for website layout

A very useful website for setting the scale and rhythm of your text for a website, but also covers everything you need for print as well.

You can play with the heading sizes, line spacing and padding in a what you see is what you get manner, and even get the CSS code.

Typograph – Scale & Rhythm.

Layout | The analogue Facebook

DDB Paris recently created 1000 Facebook books for people, using up to 10 friends and their own status updates and photos, as a promotion for Bouygues Telecom.

The books are very well laid out, transfering the Facebook style from web to print effectively.

Creative Review – The analogue Facebook.

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