CopyPaste - Issue #23

Posted By Brent Arnold In Inspiration 10/9/2015

Let’s start off this issue with a simple question: "What shape is the internet?"

I really dig this. Once you see “benevolent deception” you can’t unsee it.

As follow up to the previous article’s references of 99% Invisible, here is one of one of my favorite podcast episodes in the past few years: “Children of the Magenta”.

Cabel Sesser (@cabel) is right, this really is the the “most amazing” UI ever created.

Introducing: U.S. Web Design Standards. Well done.

The Adobe Max Conference was this week and Project Comet has been the biggest news.

Adobe also released Adobe Portfolio, which is integrated directly with Behance, of course. I still am a big fan of Semplice Labs though.

Wired clarifies the importance of Twitter’s new feature: Moments.

As fall comes in and we begin to see the leaves change color in the north east, this is by far the best US foliage map I have seen. Thanks (@kottke).

Your UI isn’t a Disney Movie.

Danny Trejo and Jaleel White (aka Steve Urkel) star in Friends of Animals (@FoAorg) PSA Rufflife.

Love this promo for The Animals' "The House of the Rising Sun". Recorded in just one take!


*Brent Arnold is the Creative Director at DOOR3. What inspires you? Share below.

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