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Love Rdio Support's avatar on twitter. Clever use of the life-preserver while retaining the original logo's shape.

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Pick’n’Roll

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kottke.org: Magical heart rate monitor iPhone app

jkottke:

Using just the camera on your iPhone, the Cardiio app can accurately measure your heart rate. Here’s how it works:

Every time your heart beats, more blood is pumped into your face. This slight increase in blood volume causes more light to be absorbed, and hence less light is reflected from…

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Tasteful (and fictional) rebranding of Microsoft by Andrew Kim

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Crunch

attwox:

A great way to learn how to design for mobile is by examining other apps. Even better is looking at the resource files and how they’ve been sliced. That’s where Crunch comes in; it allows you to extract all the assets from any iOS app you ever installed in one click (I suggest you start with taking a look at the insides of Apple’s new Podcast app). Also: Made in Belgium!

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A surprising design piece that uses real coffee in a unique way

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"“The creative process can be painful, exhilarating, sometimes accidental, and is hopefully endless.” Bliss Lau”"

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Cool new app I’ve come across. Free on the App store, this new art websites features Collections of art from creators and you can filter circles by words and textures. Very nifty app to stay in the “loop”.

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Belongings is an innovative application that helps you make a list of everything you own, an inventory of your household assets for insurance purpose.

Source: bit.ly
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No, it’s not a text sticker on a glass wall, nor a text added in Photoshop. London-based graphic designer Joseph Egan together with his colleagues from Chelsea College of Art & Design created this eye-deceiving typography using a projection called Anamorphosis. 

Source: behance.net