John Lee

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This Is Who Takes The Least Vacation In the U.S.

We are still not using all of our vacation time, and it’s costing the economy $236 billion a year.<p>We know that Americans log longer hours at work than their counterparts in other countries, are chronically sleep deprived, and don’t take enough vacation.<p>According to the annual Project: Time Off …

Confidence Boomed After the Election. The Economy Hasn’t.

After Donald J. Trump won the presidential election, Americans’ optimism about the economic future soared. But midway through the year, that optimism has not translated into concrete economic gains.<p>This seeming contradiction exposes a reality about the role of psychology in economics — or more …

Economic Data

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28 Timeless Images of Time-worn Old Cars

Antique, old, rusted, archaic, crumbling, ancient, and time-worn – all words that could describe vintage vehicles. Some are in better condition than …

Digital Photography

This cool gadget puts the weather outside into a box on your desk

The best way to check the weather is usually pulling up an app or website, turning on a TV, or simply going to a window and looking outside. But what if you had a gorgeous device on your desk that could actually show you what’s going on out there?<p>Tempescope is that pretty little thing; it simulates …

3 Tricks That Will Give You Incredible Triceps

Many popular triceps exercises can cause injury. Use these awesome—and safe—techniques to hammer the back of your arms and carve chiseled horseshoes<p>If you want your arms to be in permanent beast mode, than show some love to your triceps. When its well-defined, the muscle forms a large horse-shoe …

How 16 Men of Note Take Their Coffee

Coffee is the 2nd most valuable traded commodity after oil, employing 25 million farmers and coffee workers in over 50 countries according to some …

Photographer takes our breath away with time-lapse travel

When camera companies began putting a “record” button on DSLRs, things got really interesting for Rob Whitworth. Is he a photographer or a filmmaker?<p>The ambiguity about his work description does not matter for anyone who has taken a heart-racing, stomach-dropping ride through his time-lapse …

Time-lapse Photography

The 24-Minute Morning Routine That Will Make You an Entrepreneurial Rock Star

Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>Time is one of your most coveted and scarce resources as an entrepreneur, so maximizing pockets of time in your day through a productive routine is crucial.<p>Probably the most important period of your day is when you first wake up. Your …

Beautiful Design Composition

I can't get tired looking at beautiful and simple compositions. More and more the web is bringing back the classic principles of good graphic design …

Beautiful Character Design by Vivien Bertin

Vivien Bertin, an illustrator from Paris, France shared some beautiful character design work on his Behance page. If there's an area that I really …

7 Ways to Increase Productivity by Saying No

Truly focusing is about saying no to the things that don't align with your goals and priorities.<p>Two years ago, my wife and I were raising our two-year-old son, going through the process of building our first home, and building my company Porch.com out of the basement of our rental home.<p>The word …

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Digital Artwork of Flavio Montiel

Flavio Montiel is an Art Director and 3D Artist based in São Paulo, Brazil. His work is very intriguing and a bit sci-fi with a mix of 3D and faded …

Sexy Playtime by Lee Chen Dao

View Gallery<p>Lee Chen Dao is a figurative painter based out of Taipei, Taiwan. His playful and vibrant oil paintings marry the sensuality of adult …

Sleek Conference Table Made from Recycled 747 Jet Engine

The next time you walk into a conference room, don't be surprised if you are seated at a table made out of an old jet engine! This impressive 747 Cowling Conference Table design, created by Southern California company MotoArt, features recycled plane parts as the foundation for the modern, sleek …

Best of the Week: Tech News, Web Design, Illustrations and more

It's time for our best news of this week. We have a lot of graphic and web design, a bit of architecture, ads, tech news, awesome reads and other …

80's Logo Collection

If you like retro logos with light effects that screen the 80's you going to love this post. It's an overview of some of the 80's inspired logos done …

Graphic Design

10 Type Tools You Probably Aren’t Using in Photoshop

Although Photoshop is mainly considered an image editing application, it also includes a lot of features to help you work with text. In this …

11 Steps to a Perfect Logo

This is a very good and simple 11 step guide to creating a perfect logo design. This guide was done by the Spanish designer Borja Acosta de Vizcaíno. …

Retro Movie Posters of James White

James White, otherwise known as Signalnoise, is an artist and illustrator based in Halifax, Nova Scotia. White is well-known for his retro style, and …

Posters

Graphic Design Definition

The Definition of Graphic Design.<p><b>Graphic Design</b> (the term being first coined as such by William Addison Dwiggins in 1922) is defined as the visual …

Artisan Playing Cards by Simon Frouws

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The Paradoxical Traits Of Resilient People

Resilient people develop a mental capacity that allows them to adapt with ease during adversity. Like bamboo, they bend but rarely break. How resilient are you?<p>Journalist Hara Estroff Marano once wrote in a <i>Psychology Today</i> article “The Art of Resilience”:<p>“Resilience may be an art, the ultimate art …

designcloud:

It’s time to stop blaming our surroundings and start taking responsibility. While no workplace is perfect, it turns out that our gravest challenges are a lot more primal and personal. Our individual practices ultimately determine what we do and how well we do it. Specifically, it’s our routine (or lack thereof), our capacity to work proactively rather than reactively, and our ability to systematically optimize our work habits over time that determine our ability to make ideas happen. Read more …