The Tremendous 10, #3

Here are 10 more interesting links from the last week.

  1. Webstock ’13: Mike Monteiro – How Designers Destroyed the World | “You are directly responsible for what you put into the world. Yet every day designers all over the world work on projects without giving any thought or consideration to the impact that work has on the world around them. This needs to change.”
  2. Everything you know about Steve Jobs and design is wrong, according to one man who should know | “Ultimately, Keep it Simple is either a monumental act of egotism or the epitome of the inspired bluntness that Jobs was famous for—most likely it’s both.”
  3. Minimalistic Visualizations Explain Differences In Eastern And Western Cultures | “Germany-based artist and visual designer Yang Liu has created a series of truthful graphics that explains the differences in Eastern and Western culture.”
  4. Dead Drops | “Un-cloud your files in cement! ‘Dead Drops’ is an anonymous, offline, peer to peer file-sharing network in public space.”
  5. How About Some Fucking Whimsy? | These are the things Andre Torrez believes.
  6. Google Web Designer “Create engaging, interactive HTML5-based designs and motion graphics that can run on any device.”
  7. Plastic Classics, Artist Recreates Old Masters With Buttons & Other Found Objects | “Jane Perkins calls herself a “re-maker” and the art she creates is made with repurposed ordinary objects like buttons and other found plastic objects.”
  8. PIXAR’S 22 RULES OF STORYTELLING—VISUALIZED | Dino Ignacio used screenshots from Pixar movies to visualize Emma Coats’ 22 rules of storytelling.
  9. Check Out the Top 100 Beloved Brands | “Walt Disney, Yahoo, Google, Sony and Nestlé, in that order, are the most-loved companies in the world, according to an extensive study by APCO Worldwide.
  10. The Inferno of Independence | “After several talks, an unstated theme began to emerge… ‘Independence is lonely.’”

Image credit: from link #7, Jane Perkins’ artwork via Laughing Squid.