PeakFinder, where nature meets tech. It’s a super simplistic geographical interface full of mountain ranges and peaks. PeakFinder makes it possible to explore the mountains nearby – though it’s less about not getting lost and more about making sure you’re properly identifying all the peaks.
Designers look for inspiration everywhere, and one of the best places to find every possible kind of inspiration is online - whether it be a web design gallery packed full of creative designs or a blog post with trending new concepts. Here’s a roundup of the six places I’m currently drawing some serious inspiration from.
Designers love icons. Our love of creating meaning from an image, of using symbols and pictures to tell a story - that’s why many of us became designers in the first place. Online or off, designers are all about icons.
Party invitations and wedding invitations in particular, are exciting to receive in the mail. Weddings have a long tradition of beautifully designed paper invitations. But in a world of paperless statements and online news, how much longer will paper wedding invites hold out? Party invitations in general have certainly started moving into the digital-invitation realm.
Smartwatches are that new, cutting edge technology that we all salivate at the thought of, but based on what I’m reading, there’s little to no uniformity in the products. But what we do know is that they’re the future, apparently, and I want one, most definitely.
Looking to renovate a kitchen, paint a wall in your bedroom, or find a new stylish rug for your living room? And a sophisticated eye for design is must? Houzz is your place to start. With a well designed website and a handy dandy smartphone app, you have interior design ideas at your fingertips at any moment.
In 2005, Massachusetts resident Johnny Earle had an idea. A tasty idea. After very successfully selling T-shirts while touring with his metalcore band, “Johnny Cupcakes” decided to take his name off the road and onto the rack. The rest is history. Find out more about our brand idol, Johnny Cupcakes.
I want a Nest. Badly. I want the Nest Learning Thermostat for a couple of reasons. It's sleek and sexy. It's a thermostat that'll make my life easier. I can control it with an iPad. And while were at it, Santa, how 'bout you bring me an iPad too?
Are the Mark Zuckerbergs of the world successful because they have some innate talent, or are they successful because they're incredibly talented and have the backgrounds that allow them to be successful in the tech world? DigitalunDivided and the FOCUS100 conference are helping talented women of color get the connections they need to get their start-ups off the ground. Meta Q's Lindsay McComb chatted with DigitalunDivided founder, Kathryn Finney, to find out how.