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VSCO Cam: Elegant mobile photography

By Lindsay McComb / Posted 6.3.2014 / In Business, Inspiration, Reviews / 0 comments

VSCO Cam has what you’d expect from a photo editor app: features allowing you to edit, crop and filter your smartphone photos. What sets it apart from the millions of other photo apps is 1) it doesn’t have goofy features alike adding meme text or stickers and 2) it’s sleek as all get-out.

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PeakFinder

By Holly Gerard / Posted 4.22.2014 / In Inspiration, Cool Stuff, Favorite Sites, Reviews / 0 comments

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.

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Business Card Inspiration

By Laura Riegel / Posted 3.25.2014 / In Design, Inspiration, Favorite Sites / 1 comment

Last month I covered some of my favorite go to places for powerful website design inspiration. But why stop there? As a designer, I need to keep my creative juices flowing for a multitude of different kinds of projects—some of which may aren't web design-related. This month, I’m sharing my current inspiration hotspots for business card design.

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Web design inspiration

By Laura Riegel / Posted 2.18.2014 / In Design, Inspiration, Cool Stuff / 2 comments

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.

The 10 most anticipated U.S. web conferences of 2014 brought to you by The META Q

The 10 most anticipated U.S. web conferences of 2014

By Matt Steele / Posted 2.4.2014 / In Code, Code Process, Inspiration, Events / 3 comments

There are hundreds of web related conferences in the U.S. every year, but it's likely that you’ll only be able to attend a select few. So I’ve made your decision a little easier by putting together a list of 10 conferences just about any web pro would be interested in attending. This list contains a good mixture of CSS/Sass/JavaScript as well as some back-end technologies. Hope to see you out there!

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Design Tunes, vol. 4

By Laura Riegel / Posted 12.31.2013 / In Design, Inspiration, Cool Stuff / 0 comments

As the year comes to a close, I thought it would be fun to share the music that inspired me this year, the songs that fueled my creativity throughout 2013.

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Build your own community

By Matt Steele / Posted 12.24.2013 / In Inspiration, Events / 0 comments

One of the great things that the Internet has brought us is the ability to connect with people we never would have met otherwise. No matter where your interests lie, there's bound to be others out there with similar interests. There are meetup groups in nearly every city in the world. And if you can't find a meetup that suits you, you shouldn’t be afraid to jump in and start your own.

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Statamic Series: Alex Carpenter

By Susan Snipes / Posted 12.5.2013 / In Code, Statamic, Inspiration, People / 0 comments

Welcome back to Meta Q’s Statamic Series – interviews with designers and developers creating Statamic websites and add-ons. Meet Alex Carpenter, front-end developer at Masuga Design.

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Statamic Series: Chris O’Brien

By Susan Snipes / Posted 11.21.2013 / In Code, Statamic, Inspiration, People / 0 comments

Welcome back to Meta Q’s Statamic Series – interviews with designers and developers creating Statamic websites and add-ons. Meet Chris O’Brien, designer and strategist at Dative.

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Statamic Series: Matt Steele

By Susan Snipes / Posted 11.14.2013 / In Code, Statamic, Inspiration, People / 1 comment

Meta Q presents the Statamic Series – interviews with designers and developers creating Statamic websites and add-ons. Meet Matt Steele, a front-end developer at Q Digital Studio and part of the Meta Q team.

Working with Baby Q&A: Chris Alvarez brought to you by The META Q

Working with Baby Q&A: Chris Alvarez

By Laura Riegel / Posted 11.12.2013 / In Inspiration, People / 0 comments

“As a new parent, your life will be about adaptation and changing course. Don't be afraid to try something different when things just aren't working. Go for a walk, grab some coffee, try some new music! Don't be afraid to get yourself unstuck.” Working father Chris Alvarez, a Senior UX Designer at Slice of Lime is a firm believer in flexibility when it comes to being a parent and working in a creative field. Alvarez took some time out of his busy schedule balancing time at work and time being a father to two girls, aged two and five, to chat with the Meta Q about making it work as a working parent. Answers have been edited for clarity.

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