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25
Sep

The new (and vastly improved) myspace

· · | art · Design · innovation · music · web

Yes, that’s right. I said MySpace. Remember that period of your life where you enjoyed social networking pre-FaceBook? Well the old tried and true is back with a great new layout. It seems they’ve (finally) paid attention to how UX/UI and solid content management can sway even the most hardcore FB user.

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24
Sep

Condé Nast hires 1st Black Editor-in-Chief (103 years in the making)

· · · | art · Design · fashion · innovation

Keija Minor has been named the editor-in-chief of Brides, making her the first person of color to ever hold the title at a Condé Nast Publications (CNP) magazine. To put it simply–Minor’s new appointment is major news. CNP, the privately owned company that produces 18 magazines including Vogue, Glamour, Vanity Fair and GQ, has been […]

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19
Sep

USA Today gets a design overhaul

· | art · Design · innovation

      The new logo is bold, the information is laid out in an intelligent matter and the use of color is exciting. Wolff Ollins definitely nailed it.   I would say though that the redesign seems heavily influenced by the design of Monocle. Where Monocle excels is the ability to edit the information […]

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18
Sep

“Long Live The Kings” – A Moto Roadtrip

· · · · | art · Branding · Design · fashion · film + tv · sports · travel · Video

Directed by Clement Beauvais, “Long Live the Kings” follows Blitz Motorcycles on an incredible roadtrip captured on Super 16mm film. “You don’t really cross a mountain — it just lets you through,” are some of the opening words of the film. Kicking off their journey suited in Edwin Denim and cruising aboard three of the Blitz Motorcycles […]

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