1. Interesting study of #consistency and variation in #imagery – new logo for MIT media lab.

    http://www.fastcodesign.com/1663378/mit-media-labs-brilliant-new-logo-has-40000-permutations-video

  2. personal finance app @wally_app looks like it has a very nice #ui with just enough visual #personality

    personal finance app @wally_app looks like it has a very nice #ui with just enough visual #personality

  3. Color and conversion statistics →

  4. #layout issue: why oh why is “private” – a status indicator – grouped with the “edit” icon? These two things are not alike. The edit icon is clickable – it is an invitation to make changes. “Private” is a state – not clickable. 
"Private" status should be grouped with other changeable states, like tags. 
http://delicious.com

    #layout issue: why oh why is “private” – a status indicator – grouped with the “edit” icon? These two things are not alike. The edit icon is clickable – it is an invitation to make changes. “Private” is a state – not clickable. 

    "Private" status should be grouped with other changeable states, like tags. 

    http://delicious.com

  5. Love this idea for an app that uses dancing avatars to communicate - “that allows friends to connect by dancing for one another when words are not enough.” HappyAppy via @core77

    Love this idea for an app that uses dancing avatars to communicate - “that allows friends to connect by dancing for one another when words are not enough.” HappyAppy via @core77

  6. Artsy’s view in room feature is awesome. Great use of zoom. http://artsy.net/artwork/brandon-lattu-dining-case-inside

  7. Use of illustration in app design: http://www.handdrawnapps.com/app/law-school-dojo/

    Use of illustration in app design: http://www.handdrawnapps.com/app/law-school-dojo/

  8. Wordpress menu automatically collapses when the browser window size is reduced.

  9. Very nice information design. I believe IDEO designed the visual standards for this multi-state healthcare enrollment initiative.

    (Source: uxmag.com)

  10. Drawer control – too subtile, too little revealed
The new Google Analytics UI design is mostly really great and has a nice, clear hierarchy. The teeny little drawer control under the chart is too subtile. A spot of color for the triangle would help. Once opened, the features revealed are too few to bother hiding them at all. 

    Drawer control – too subtile, too little revealed

    The new Google Analytics UI design is mostly really great and has a nice, clear hierarchy. The teeny little drawer control under the chart is too subtile. A spot of color for the triangle would help. Once opened, the features revealed are too few to bother hiding them at all.