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Helvetica: The perfume

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Oakland based Guts and Glory created a fun and absurd little project called Helvetica The Perfume. It's literally just distilled water. It's very exclusive and only for "design fetishists, collectors, absurdist, and people with a sense of humor."


  • 01.07.15
  • Found In: Inspiration
  • Tagged: design, guts and glory, helvetica, oakland, type
  • Posted By: Lindsay McComb

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ActiveEmoji makes Ruby easier with emoji-based code

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ActiveEmoji is designed to make Ruby code easier to read and write, particularly for children or people who don't speak English as their first language.

Check it out on GitHub.


  • 01.05.15
  • Found In: Code
  • Tagged: code, github, ruby
  • Posted By: Lindsay McComb

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Turn any mockup into a floating guide with GluePrint

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GluePrint from Koen Bok on Vimeo.

GluePrint allows you to "Turn any mockup into a floating guide, and visually align pixels with ease."


  • 01.02.15
  • Found In: Code
  • Tagged: code, design, mockup, pixels
  • Posted By: Lindsay McComb

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Typio: Fonts that go together

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The above example shows a nice pairing of Circular and Lettera.

Typio wants to know: what fonts goes with what? Take a peek at how designers think.


  • 01.01.15
  • Found In: Design, Typography
  • Tagged: design, type, typography
  • Posted By: Lindsay McComb

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Ring in 2015 with this silver and gold calendar

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This gorgeous 2015 letterpress calendar by Krogh Studio in Denmark is embossed with gold metallic foil. Treat your self for the new year. Worldwide shipping!


  • 12.31.14
  • Found In: Design, Illustration
  • Tagged: 2015, calendar, design
  • Posted By: Lindsay McComb

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Feedient

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Feedient looks a bit like other social media apps - Hootsuite, Twitterific and the like - but a bit more stripped down. Though still in Beta, it looks like it has the potential to be nice personal use app for keeping your go-to social media accounts all in one place. It also has support in a number of languages.

If they add in a scheduling feature then they could really get some serious business usage.


  • 12.31.14
  • Found In: Business, Social Media
  • Tagged: facebook, instagram, social media, tech, tumblr, twitter
  • Posted By: Lindsay McComb

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Opbeat

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First things first: Opbeat has an amazing header image on its home page.

Secondly, it offers an interesting product for developers: an ops platform designed to extend your workflow and work with your code and your team.


  • 12.30.14
  • Found In: Code
  • Tagged: code, development, operation, ops
  • Posted By: Lindsay McComb

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This tiny device could save your life

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Prana is a piece of wearable tech that tracks posture and breath. According to the site, "Prana supports the interconnection between good breathing and good posture for many healthy benefits including reduced stress, better focus, and less back pain."

Seeing as I spend about 100% of my time breathing and like 50%+ of my time sitting at work, Prana might be worth looking in to.


  • 12.29.14
  • Found In: Design
  • Tagged: apps, tech, wearable, work
  • Posted By: Lindsay McComb

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Simply Wall St

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Simply Wall St is designed to help you make non-emotional long term investment decisions on high quality stocks through data visualization.

Using a “snowflake” approach, Simply Wall St shows companies’ overall value, income, health, past and future.


  • 12.26.14
  • Found In: Code
  • Tagged: code, data, data visualization, finance, tech
  • Posted By: Lindsay McComb

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Rijks Emotions

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Rijks Emotions is a project that matches emotions with paintings that hang on the Rijks Museum in Amsterdam.

Using Chrome of Firefox, take a photo. Rijks Emotions will then match your face and expression to pieces of art in the museum. I gave it a whirl, and while I'm not a 33-year-old male, I definitely was registering surprise on my face when I took the picture.


  • 12.24.14
  • Found In: Code, Inspiration
  • Tagged: app, art, inspiration, tech
  • Posted By: Lindsay McComb

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Lindsay McComb

Writer and Content Specialist at Q Digital Studio

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Lindsay McComb is a writer and content specialist at Q Digital Studio. She whips content into shape with her insightful (and keyword rich) edits. She’s plugged into the Zeitgeisty things happening on the Interwebs and on most forms of social media. She can be found tweeting on the clock at @themetaq and off-hours at @lindsaymccomb.

Lindsay is a wordsmith with a wicked sense of taste. She’s got both AP style and an eye for design. She’s also got a serious case of Wanderlust.

She has a BA in Technical Journalism and a BA in International Studies from Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado.


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