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I've recently been having a look at this as my partner starts using Poshmark to sell clothing online. I haven't used it yet, but there are apparently several ways to use the app to make your items more visible to the community. I hope to have a closer look at Some offhand thoughts on in-app scarcity for something like Poshmark: ...Read More
Push for better prison design: an excellent initiative for US lawmakers who want their constituents to feel good about supporting the continuation and extension of age-old violent, racist (and highly lucrative) practice.
I’m genuinely curious what connects with you about them? My hope is my response comes across as inquisitive, instead of critical, as the former is my intention on replying. ...Read More
In new doc, Braun industrial designer DIETER RAMS, 86, intimates that he might have chosen a different career path had he realized how his work would promote a culture of over-consumption, contributing to climate change.
This has been floating around for awhile. The speed of text, from books, news papers, pamphlets, notes, sms, threads, streams, etc is a clear increase in the speed and decrease in cost. I had thought that typed words were not equipped for this.
One of the best resources on the web for experiencing the latest in great typography and graphic design. You will thank yourself for visiting.
Imagery can shape public opinion more than words via emotional impact - this article describes how in India, stock imagery, used to illustrate stories of sexual assault, can carry its own message. #art #journalism #stockphotos #design
"The Union Station Metro stop was dark as a cave, its high concrete arch coated in years’ worth of grime. To Metro officials, it must have seemed like a no-brainer to break out white paint and rollers and give the dingy concrete a going-over."