Caitlin Delphine

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Art of the Quiet Interface

As advertisers and publishers fully embrace digital, we’re faced with a hefty editorial challenge. Print books and magazines let you enjoy one piece …

How to Use Visual Hierarchy to Create Clear and Easy-to-Read Web Pages

Imagine you’ve entered a cave.<p>Your eyes slowly adjust to your surroundings and begin to make out the shapes and forms around you.<p>You see three …

Solutions Project

Creating a world with clean energy for all<p>Learn More<p>A world powered by the wind, water, and sun is not only possible – it’s already happening.<p>With …

Hand Sketches – Things You Didn't Know Your Doodles Could Accomplish

To understand why hand-sketching makes such a difference for me and many designers I know, I did some research. Here’s what I found.<p>External Memory: …

Interview With Benjamin Dauer From Soundcloud

During our conversation, we paused many times for the adorable toddlers passing by. Benjamin spoke about his passion for music and how he enjoyed …

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Up On The Wall: How Working Walls Unlock Creative Insight

This design thinking tool being as powerful as it is, it comes as no surprise that a myriad of other fields have adapted and used it for years. But …

How to Compost in Your Apartment

Live in an apartment or condo and think you can't compost because you don't have a large backyard?<p>It is possible—and fairly easy—to compost indoors. …

4 Infographics Show How Much Solar Power Is Installed in the U.S.

The record-setting third quarter for U.S. solar energy installations brings the nation's total to a whopping 10.25 gigawatts (GW).<p>That's enough to …

Foraged lunch: harvesting urban food crops as a hedge against food insecurity

<i>Efforts to make better use of food resources growing within the city are taking root in Seattle. It's part of a movement to bring urban foraging from the margins to the mainstream as a hedge against</i> <i>food insecurity and</i> <i>climate change.</i><p>Melany Vorass Herrera is about to break the law.<p>She’s harvesting …