Very rarely do I post photography on this site, but I felt this was worthy of a share. The title of the post says it all, so really, just go ahead an click the link below, it’s absolutely worth a couple of minutes of your time.
In the vein of ‘designer versus client’ arrives a new addition to this endless conflict. Sharp Suits is a collection of A3 posters designed around the most outlandish and inane of client requests. If you are a designer, please take a deep breath before diving into this content, for it may bring the blood to boil in even the most hardened of creatives.
More pictures after the jump.
Yes it’s true, Bureau has reached the ripe old age of 1 today! This year promises to be our biggest yet, as we strive to bring even more hand-picked content to thine eyes.
A slight break from tradition. I LOVE cats. I also love responsive web design. Catmoji has both. So take a paws from what you’re doing, and peruse these foudroyant felines.
On a side note, it has been brought to my attention just how many websites are doing this ‘Pinterest-esque’ endless image scroll thing, Catmoji being yet another. It’s not a complaint, but rather I pose the question- is this in fact the best way to present categorised images on the web?
There’s a long and convoluted explanation about this project to be found, but I find it better to be concise, so here is an excerpt:
“Create a resolution for the new year as an iPhone background.”
That’s it. But it’s proved very successful, there’s some great stuff on there, from a host of different designers. I would suggest it shouldn’t be limited to iPhones either, I imagine they will look fine on most modern smartphones. Some more examples after the break.
Love this poster
Saw this pdf tutorial on how to set up a grid for websites, literally, step by step. The site itself isn’t exactly what I would describe as great design but the walk-through principle is quite good I think. Useful!