Movie Posters Get Retro Upgrades

Designer Peter Stults has reimagined movie posters and given them a retro design upgrade. The retro upgrade not only makes for a better movie poster for each movie,  but also reimagines the cast of the movies and replaces the actors with actors from the appropriate time. Make sense? For example, the poster for The Grand Budapest Hotel … Continue reading Movie Posters Get Retro Upgrades

Instagram icon goes new school

No more old school Polaroid look-alike icon for Instagram. Today Instagram launched a new app icon and app interface. Why does the new icon look that way? Today’s launch blog post tells us: Inspired by the previous app icon, the new one represents a simpler camera and the rainbow lives on in gradient form. For those … Continue reading Instagram icon goes new school

Redesigned crutches do away with destroyed armpits

Remember playing with your friend’s crutches when they broke their leg? I do. Remember giving them back quickly because your armpits were completely destroyed after 2 minutes of using them? Yep. I’ve never broken a leg or had any kind of injury that required me to use crutches for any period of time so I can’t … Continue reading Redesigned crutches do away with destroyed armpits

Material Design for the Masses

Google has released a useful little tool called Material Design Lite. Use it to turn your website or web app into a slick Material Design masterpiece using HTML, JavaScript, and CSS. Really! The beautifully designed collection includes an entire library of page elements like Cards, Click-sensitive Menus, and Gem-toned buttons, and more. It can be as simple as picking a … Continue reading Material Design for the Masses