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    Modular family house / Modul pro rodinné bydlení, Mníšek

    David Kopecký, Pavel Mejtský, Ján Studený / ksa.


    (Source: czecharchitecture, via ginaunfiltered)

    — 3 weeks ago with 250 notes
    UX Crash Course: User Psychology →


    My mission for 2014 was to get more people started in User Experience (UX) Design. In January, hundreds of thousands of people did the original UX Crash Course and it was translated into Spanish, Portuguese and Korean by amazing volunteers. In May we continued with a User Psychology lesson…

    — 2 months ago with 137 notes
    Wright Hand Branding turned 4 today!

    Wright Hand Branding turned 4 today!

    — 2 months ago
    #tumblr birthday  #tumblr milestone 
    Mark Cuban Talks Race in Wake of Donald Sterling →



    Before we get all riled up about Mark Cuban’s remarks made in an interview with Inc. magazine, let’s read the entire quote below. Then I ask, should this be considered with the same level of scrutiny as Donald Sterling? Here’s the quote:

    "If I see a black kid in a hoodie and it’s late at…

    #CulturalLiteracyAndInclusionManagement #CLAIM

    — 3 months ago with 1 note


    Pixel Sorting Sunset

    A simple bubble sorting algorithm written in Processing sorts 64 pixels according to their 24bit RGB value.


    (via thefileartsflow)

    — 7 months ago with 635 notes
    bitly blog: Introducing the Bitly Media Map! →


    Last March, Bitly teamed up with Forbes to produce a data visualization which looks at how 15 media properties are being disproportionately consumed online on a state-by-state basis over the month of April. We had various preconceived notions of which state’s residents are more likely to…


    — 10 months ago with 98 notes
    Stream of Conscientiousness: How Poverty Taxes the Brain →


    Emily Badger, writing for The Atlantic Cities, points to new research that concludes that “poverty imposes such a massive cognitive load on the poor that they have little bandwidth left over to do many of the things that might lift them out of poverty – like go to night school, or search for a…

    (Source: ianbennettalas)

    — 11 months ago with 2 notes