At Visually, we are constantly looking for visual inspiration. Here are five articles, graphics or projects that have inspired us in the past week.
As a designer, I used to find using Google’s product so frustrating. Its inconsistency knew no bounds. But over the last three years, Google has changed: they’ve mastered creating products that are simple and infinitely useful.
They’re placing emphasis on making products that are beautiful. It’s somewhat a designer’s dream, watching Google go from no design to design-centric, which shows that good design can be achieved by any company. Just how is Google doing this? This article gives you the details.
Sometimes, I come across photos of a designer’s desk that’s so clean and well organized, and I’d wonder — why can’t I do this? My desk is always a mess: headphones, sharpies, pencils, notebooks flung to the outskirts. It’s always felt natural to me, but at the same time, I can’t stand a disorganized room. My bed is always neat and things are put away properly.
This article gives a great insight on the benefits of being organized and disorganized and now, I have an appreciation for both.
Facts like these are often difficult to wrap your head around, but John Green does an excellent job of making the topic of healthcare fun and informative.
Good design is the ability to take complex data and communicate in the simplest form. This infographic by Yang Liu is such a great example of good design. I’m now much more educated on the differences between Western and Eastern cultures. It offers fodder for some really great conversation, and yes, that may just make you the smartest person at the table.
I came across this through a colleague and thought, who is this guy? His brilliance! I won’t waste time trying to convey that but please, if you’re into design – it’s a must-read!