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The Tremendous 10 link roundup, #23

by | March 13, 2015, 10:03am

  1. The End of Creativity | “The word “creativity” was made up less than a hundred years ago. It is time to stop using it.”
  2. Gurafiku: Japanese Graphic Design | “A collection of visual research surveying the history of graphic design in Japan.”
  3. TYPEWRITER DRAWINGS | “Every day in November Michael Crowe and I each made a drawing on a typewriter of something we had seen with our own eyes that day.”
  4. KNYTTAN | “Fashion is about individuality; we express ourselves through the clothes we wear, and yet our choices are often made for us. What if there was a different way that meant designers could offer more to their customers? What if customers could define what is made, letting them make their wardrobe their own?”
  5. UX teardowns | “Want to see how popular web apps handle their signup experiences? Here’s every one I’ve ever reviewed, in one handy list.”
  6. A 100-stop Star Trek concert tour is coming in 2016 | “The concert will include live music from each TV series with the notable exception of Star Trek: Enterprise, as well music from several movies, including Star Trek: The Original Series, Star Trek: The Next Generation, and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Footage from the TV show and various films will be projected onto a 40-foot screen during the performances.”
  7. Women-led companies perform three times better than the S&P 500 | “Boston-based Quantopian looked at how well Fortune 1000 companies led by women performed compared to the S&P 500 over a 12-year period.”
  8. Is Your Creative Director A Douche Bag? | “The Creative Director Douche Bag Detector Device (or C.D.D.B.D.D.) is a strangely cathartic online quiz that promises to tell you what category of douchebag your favorite boss falls into, with stunning 32.7% accuracy.”
  9. How to Leave Your Internet Job | “Advice for @mathowie on his new adventure.”
  10. Watch as Photoshop Experts Try Their Hand at the Original Photoshop 1.0 | “Photoshop experts who teach the software for a living generally know it like the back of their hand. But how skilled would they be if they were forced to downgrade to the original version of the program, Photoshop 1.0?”

Screenshot from video in link #10.