Link Pack1 is a set of recommendations that you, as I did, might find interesting. This week, it features links on music, design, code, and more, and an animation of myself training Teachable Machine on the browser.
I hope you have a great weekend!
Link Pack1 is a set of recommendations that you, as I did, might enjoy or find interesting. This week, it features links on design, code, and simplicity, and a video by Automatica with music played by robots and Nigel Stanford2.
For designers who code: Airbnb's Lottie lets you export After Effects animations to native iOS and Android animations. If you're into CSS, you might like Scooter (an SCSS framework built to provide base styles, CSS components, and rapid static prototyping for Dropbox). And if you're into Swift, check out this open-source UI Libraries.
On simplicity, you can read a publication by Ben Taylor (Dropbox) on practicing mindfulness at work and my latest piece on Getting Simple: Freeze Your Goals. And listen to The Slow Home Podcast (by Brooke and Ben McAlary).
Have a great weekend!
Automatica is a project of Nigel Stanford sponsored by KUKA and Sennheiser (via Prosthetic Knowledge). You can buy the album or the 4k video here. ↩
Link Pack1 is a set of recommendations that you, as I did, might enjoy or find interesting. This week, some content relates to what I've been exploring on the field of machine intelligence. First, a video of Augmented Reality's "Aha Moment" by Trixi Studios which uses ARKit and real-time image processing2.
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In their own words: "We are giant fans of the original video by Aha and director Steve Barron, and especially the legendary animators Michael Patterson and Candace Reckinger who came up with the beautiful technique and style we were trying to emulate. This work was made very quickly and just for fun, there is a lot of room for improvement. We inspired by the intersection of emerging mass technology like ARKit and visual effects that traditionally have been difficult to recreate. Everything is live in camera and works as shown." ↩
Link Pack1 is a set of recommendations that you, as I did, might enjoy or find interesting. Today it begins with Eyes Wide Open, a movie shoot by Vitùc in 2016 in Bangladesh which music was produced, composed, and arranged by Rem Perry.
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Cal Newport highlights the rules needed for success in our distracted world and digs into the whys and hows "deep" work should be prioritized over "shallow" work. ↩
It lets you pack any website as a native macOS electron app. It also includes Chromium inside, so you know that who ever runs it will have an up-to-date "browser". ↩
Link Pack is a pack of links to articles, videos, quotes, and resources I found over the internet, which I think you might enjoy. Today it begins with the official trailer of HUMAN, a movie by Yann Arthus-Bertrand selected at the Venice Film Festival in 2015. (I’m loving its music, composed by Armand Amar.)
Someday is not a day of the week. —Unknown
Friday Link Pack is a weekly pack of links to articles, videos and resources I found over the week. Today, it begins with a video by Richard Clarkson, who wants to sell you a weather storm for your bedroom for more than three thousand sterling pounds.
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Friday Link Pack is a weekly pack of links to articles, videos and resources I found over the week. Today, it begins with the second video of Derivasia, titled Viaja sin rumbo, a la deriva.
Like traveling? Take a look on how you can contribute to Derivasia.
DynamoSAP was open-sourced on February. Check the GitHub repository.
Travel pictures of China, Morocco, Chile, and more by Lucia Parejo-Bravo.
How Seth Godin writes.
Needlepoint Art by Hagar Cygler.
Milton Glaser works.
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Friday Link Pack is a weekly pack of links to articles, videos and resources I found over the week. Today, it begins with the second video of Derivasia, titled 'Viaja sin rumbo, a la deriva .'
Remember, you can get my new articles delivered to your email (just by joining this list), follow by RSS, or follow at @nonomablog. Have a good weekend!
Friday Link Pack is a weekly or bi-weekly pack of links to articles, videos and resources I found over the week. Today, it begins with a video of the Mercedes F 015, titled 'Luxury in Motion,' — that depicts how Mercedes envisions the car of the future.
Analog, digital photography, and Photoshop: Chehere.
Use Facebook Messenger on your web browser.
Tools for computational architects and designs, in ATLV and Digital Toolbox.
Here is how Seth Godin writes.
A search engine with taste.
A simple and beautiful way to offer your users to subscribe with subbscribe-js.
Kangaroo 2.0 for Grasshopper was released in March 2015.
The Typography of Speed on Medium.
Capture a website into a single image.
Friday Link Pack is a weekly pack of links to articles, videos and resources I found over the week. Today, it begins with a video from Derivasia, titled 'Cambia de lugar, cambio de ideas.'
Simple solutions for small spaces.
A book. It's Not How Good You Are, It's How Good You Want to Be: The world's best-selling book by Paul Arden.
A beautiful typeface, Post Grotesk.
Concentrate on your mac with Noizio.
The guy who designed the iPad photos interface, Facebook Paper, and more, presenting what later got to be iBooks' books interface.
Remove and archive your old tweets.
Why Side Projects Matter on Medium.
Learn advanced architecture design, Think Parametric.
Friday Link Pack is a weekly pack of links to articles, videos and resources I found over the week. This week, it starts with a TEDx Talk video of Will Stephen named How to sound smart on your TEDx Talk.
Friday Link Pack is a weekly pack of links to articles, videos and resources I found over the week. This week, it starts with a video from Rick Mereki titled MOVE.
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RUSH HOUR by Black Sheep Films, via Swiss-miss.
Digital nomads: how to travel the world without quitting your job.
Lego Creations by PowerPig.
Why the millenial architect Won’t Be Your CAD Monkey.
CSS Awesomeness from Benjamin De Cock: UILang.
Represent.io, a better way to résumé.
3D Printed cookie cutters.
FontShop, a neat CSS Style Guide.
iOS developers, Clean up your status bar for taking screenshots on the iOS simulator.
A post about Words by Dan Eden.
Link Pack is a pack of links to articles, videos and resources I found over the week. This time, it starts with a Times New Roman video which is part of the Unquiet Film Series.
Its been a while since the last Link Pack, but here it is again. Friday Link Pack is a weekly pack of links to articles, videos and resources I found over the week. This week it starts with a video of Iceland. The song of the video is Jungle Drum by Emiliana Torrini.
Responsive Logos. Open this site and resize your window to see how well-known logos get simplified: responsive logo design. (via)
Awesome photography by Melania Brescia.
Frank Chimero's adaptation of Designing in the Borderlands.
Book on book, the acrylic page holder that keeps a book open while you are doing other things. (via)
An interesting experiment made by Volkswagen.
How to know if your design was stolen.
Human data shows how we move in cities, get human.
Steve Jobs on the disease of believing that 90% of the work is having a great idea.
Seth Godin on Taking Your Time Doesn't Scale & The Artist Who Dances In The Edge.
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Friday Link Pack is a weekly pack of links to articles, videos and resources I found over the week. This week, it starts with a video from Mateusz M titled DREAM.
Friday Link Pack is a weekly pack of links to articles, videos and resources I found over the week. This week, it starts with a video from Steve Wolfram presenting the Wolfram Language, what he calls: A knowledge based language, where a vast amount of knowledge about how to do computations and about the world is built right in to the language.
Abstract from Imitation As A Tool: by Nathan Borror:
People always ask me, “how do I become a better designer” or “how can I be more creative?” Here’s my answer: identify the work you love, study it, imitate it, remix it, and most importantly make mistakes along the way.
Friday Link Pack is a weekly pack of links to articles, videos and resources I found over the week. This week, it starts with a video from Makr Shakr by Carlo Ratti and MIT Senseable City Lab. What could you make with the power of three robots in your pocket?
CMYK, share a link and get Instant Feedback on the web.
Speaking In Public: Two Erros That Lead To Fear and Every Slide Tells A Story by Seth Godin.
Still not clear about Bitcoin? Take a closer look at Why Bitcoin Matters.
Remove all your old tweets and start clean with Shame Eraser on Github by Benjamin Jackson. Beware: there is no undo.
Recently updated my iOS Notes repository on Github.
WOW.js — Reveal Animations When You Scroll. Very Animate.css Friend.
Friday Link Pack is a weekly pack of links to articles, videos and resources I found over the week. This week, it starts with a video of DURR, a shivering unisex bracelet that investigates our perception of 5 minutes. (via)
The oxymoron product: Buy You Need Nothing.
Typesetting In The Web by Kyle Fox.
Rules Of Organized People on Unclutterer.
Caring for people is a useful shortcut to trust, by Seth Godin.
Wetweet, let your followers recommend you what to share.
The video presents the conceptual view of Infinity of potential future uses of Augmented Reality in our daily lives. (via)
A TED talk about Why 30 Is Not The New 20 by Meg Jay.
This made me look, Hedera Encelix — by Grupo Aranea.
Getting Big Projects Done. Best practices from successful writers on *Unclutterer.
“If you can dream it, you can do it.” — Walt Disney
A video titled Mountain, filmed by .
Its about showing up and being seen. It tis guaranteed, that you will get your ass kicked. — Brené Brown at 99U
You Can Work From Anywhere, by Richard Branson.
Urban & Type in Granada: Garnata
But what if I fail? You Will
How My First Article Ever Topped the HN Front Page on Medium.
The following is the quote to which Brené Brown refers to in the talk:
It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood; who strives valiantly; who errs, who comes short again and again, because there is no effort without error and shortcoming; but who does actually strive to do the deeds; who knows great enthusiasms, the great devotions; who spends himself in a worthy cause; who at the best knows in the end the triumph of high achievement, and who at the worst, if he fails, at least fails while daring greatly, so that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who neither know victory nor defeat.
— Theodore Roosevelt
The Hour Of Code is an initiative to spread the idea that everyone should learn how to code in school, even before university. It offers an introduction of one hour of code with the basic concepts of programming. Some of the exercises resemble to the dynamic of Scratch.
Lessons Of 2012 from Frank Chimero.
Lol My Thesis, summarizes thesis in quotes.
5 Critical Mistakes That Can Kill Any Startup via Fast Company.
A computer anyone can make: Kano
An angry Seth Godin on Eight Email Features, and questions for those who want to do better.
The Power Of Structured Procrastination by Walter Chen, on 99U.
In the first link pack of the year I want to feature a talk of Seth Godin at CreativeMornings New York, Thinking Backwards, which questions the changes you are willing to make in your clients.
Dead Architects, I Am Sick Of Your Shit. A provocative article by Annie Choi. (via)
On Christmas, Unclutterer tells you How To Deal With Unwanted Gifts.
Marketing videos of Highlight, a popular proximity-based social networking app which goes 2.0, and KnockToUnlock, an app to unlock your Mac by knocking your iPhone via low energy bluetooth.
Evolution Of Portable Storage design, by Alfred Xing on Dribbble.
Happy 2014 & Thanks for Reading!
This image features the amazing work of Hand Lettering Custom Type from Sean McCabe.
Building An Effective 'Coming Soon' Page for your product (via).
Seth Godin on how to Understand The Critical Path and how to Evoke Online Trust.
Less But Better Letterpressed Poster.
You Won't Run Out Of Ideas, so don't worry.
Terminology smackdown: Typeface vs. Font.
If you develop iOS apps, you want to take a look to Testflight for ad hoc distribution and testing (via) and CocoaControls (plug and play controls).
The Paper iPad App guys teamed up with Moleskine (via Swiss-miss)
A Link Pack to share stuff that made-me-look these last weeks.
"Storage is disappearing from offices." — Erwan Bouroullec on Workbays System.
Some quotes gathered by Daniel Gray on the reasons Macrumors readers gave to Why The Ipod Would Never Last
Body Landscapes on Behance, by Carl Warner.
Stephen Caver on Progressive Enhancement, Its About Content
From time to time, I go updating my Notes-iOS and Notes-Git repositories on GitHub.
CocoaPods, a dependency manager for Objective-C projects (iOS & OSX.)
Temporary marketing website for my iOS app Forces.
Recommended post from James Allen, Why Is It So Hard To Switch Off
We Quit Email: Join The Movementby Kim Spinder.
The song of the video -filmed by Luis Caldevilla in Tenerife, Spain- is Two Steps From Hell - Heart of Courage
A Stack Printer by Mugi Yamamoto.
This video of Drones made me look.
Learn How To Code for free.
A Podcast: The Big Web Show
“Once you take that first step, you have a bit of forward momentum. And it’s much easier to be consistent and stick with something for a long time.” — Leo Babauta