Arlin Sorhaindo

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Client work, expenses view

Client work - a view of your personal expenses. The graphs shifts depending if you are viewing your business- or personal expenses (the one behind). …

Branding process

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Spotify's quest to get it 'just right' through balanced design

In the heart of Stockholm a team of designers and engineers have been hard at work, mostly in secret, overhauling one of biggest names in music. (And no, we're not talking about Icona Pop or even an ABBA reunion.) On Birger Jarlsgatan, a street that divides the neighborhoods of Ostermalm and …

Designer Drills Holes into Quarters, Turns Them into Rings

Designer Nicholas Heckaman of The Ring Tree meticulously handcrafts detailed rings out of US coins. The Gainesville, Florida-based designer first discovered his skill when he was looking for the perfect ring to propose to his girlfriend with. He managed to create a special engagement ring out of a …

High Speed Flower Explosions by Martin Klimas | Colossal

<p>The life of a flower usually ends in slow, inglorious decay as petals wilt and succombs to the cycle of life, but these flowers shot by German …

Most Productive People: Steve Yankovich

VP of innovation and new ventures, eBay<p>Steve Yankovich<p>VP of innovation and new ventures, eBay<p>“In a lot of companies eBay’s size, there are a lot of people you’re compelled to get buy-in from. I try to create an environment where we don’t do that. One thing I do is use a venture-capital model to run …

How To Use Connectivity To Drive Product Innovation

Forget houeswares with useless features. It’s time to design products that truly connect. Altitude’s Daniel Ostrower explains how.<p>In the world of product innovation, the buzzword of the day is “connected.” But there’s one place where products have yet to realize the full potential of connectivity: …

The Art of Nicola Samorì

Scary Paintings and Sculptures.<p>Italian artist Nicola Samorì was born in 1977 in Forlì. Nowadays, the artist lives and works in Bagnacavallo. Nicola …

Australia's Infinite Stairway to Heaven

<i>Diminish and Ascend</i> is a sculptural installation by artist David McCracken that, from certain angles, looks like a never-ending staircase. Part of the annual event known as Sculpture by the Sea in Bondi, Australia, the staircase is one of the most eye-catching pieces at the outdoor exhibition this …

Amazing Sequential Photography, Courtesy of Red Bull Illume Contest

<i>Photographer: Scott Serfas Athlete: John Jackson Location: Aniak, AK, USA</i><p>The physical design of the GoPro camera changed videography, as its small, …

Nature Photography

Linhares Dias House by DOMO Arquitetos http://www.contemporist.com/2013/09/05/linhares-dias-house-by-domo-arquitetos/

10 Fascinating Photographs that Look Like Paintings

While we've all seen our fair share of hyperrealistic and photorealistic art, or paintings and sculptures that look amazingly like photographs, it's not too often that we come across photos that look like paintings. Throughout the five-plus years we've been around, we've seen these unbelievable …

The Observer's 20 photographs of the week

The best photography in news, culture and sport from around the world this week<p>First published on Sat 14 Sep 2013 10.15 EDT

Triathlon Grand Finals - in pictures

Over the past four days, London's Hyde Park has played host to the Grand Final of the ITU World Triathlon Series. More than 8,500 athletes and around 300,000 spectators were involved, with a range of races for amateurs and elite pros, all of which started in The Serpentine river

Before Air-Conditioning

For much of this week, New York, along with the eastern half of the U.S., has been caught up in an unstoppable heat wave. At times like this, it’s hard not to imagine the worst-case scenario. What if, in an apocalyptic turn of events, the world’s air-conditioners just stopped working? What would we …