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Numéro 10 *** This is the website of the advertising agency numéro10, that was launched to introduce the agency's new method, SyncBig. The website uses parallax scrolling. Illustration: Blackyard *** #awwwards #web #scroll

Numéro 10 *** This is the website of the advertising agency numéro10, that was launched to introduce the agency's new method, SyncBig. The website uses parallax scrolling. Illustration: Blackyard *** #awwwards #web #scroll

Squarespace – new homepage

Squarespace – new homepage

Inspiration web-design. Chaque page raconte une histoire bien distincte. L'univers graphique est moderne et surtout très riche. La typographie est aussi très intéressante.

Japanese design studio Nendo has announced an upcoming installation at the Victoria and Albert Museum (V), to take place during the London Design Festival in September 2012. Titled Mimicry Chairs, the installation will present a number of "transparent" punched metal chairs in several locations across the museum.

Japanese design studio Nendo has announced an upcoming installation at the Victoria and Albert Museum (V), to take place during the London Design Festival in September 2012. Titled Mimicry Chairs, the installation will present a number of "transparent" punched metal chairs in several locations across the museum.

What I like: I like how each person has his/her own characteristics and the corresponding items in the pictures. It is cute and interesting way to present profile of someone, rather than a mere portrait of someone.  Where we could use this: when we are doing interviews with a specific person in the campus or a student. We could pick the characteristics of that person and design it with cute images and photoshop items in. (Kyuree Kim). The UX Blog podcast is also available on iTunes.

What I like: I like how each person has his/her own characteristics and the corresponding items in the pictures. It is cute and interesting way to present profile of someone, rather than a mere portrait of someone. Where we could use this: when we are doing interviews with a specific person in the campus or a student. We could pick the characteristics of that person and design it with cute images and photoshop items in. (Kyuree Kim). The UX Blog podcast is also available on iTunes.

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