I’ve just looked at a great presentation on slideshare… Design Your Career 2013, made by Slides That Rock. Highly recommended.
Understanding your customers is an integral part of building a loyal customer base. Great infographic by Help Scout.
I love well designed websites (including blogs). I am able to subscribe to the blog (no matter what they write there) because of its design. Co.EXIST is a great example of this.
All the resumes don’t have to look always the same. They don’t have to be boring, text documents. The resume could be designed in a creative way… e.g. could be visual (and published on slideshare).
Great infographic about payment industry (specifically about credit cards). I really love it.
There are so many great design blogs around the web. I used to subscribe some of them for a long time. However I had to quit. Not because I don’t like them anymore. It’s because I don’t have a time to look at all these great design projects. Let me recommend some of these sites.
It was high time to change something. So I decided to change much more then just ‘something’. I have changed – almost – everything. Main goals: simplicity and easy to read. What do you think about the results?
Why do people use this software (or hardware) instead of another? Why do they use this web-based app or this website? Why are they interested in this blog in spite of its weak content?
It’s a bit late to say that… however I need to write something about it. Two weeks ago en.tspot.pl has been launched. What is this? That’s a website (more like a blog), where you can find informations about art & design, ads, lifestyle, architecture and much more.
“Don’t try to be original. Just try to be good. That sounds sort of naive but it’s true.” Paul Rand. Good film at the start of the week.