I'm sure you've noticed by now that we've got a fresh new look for the blog. After a lot of coding, tweaking and generally making a mess of CSS, I've managed to get it to look half-decent (let me know what you think of it!) It still remains a work-in-progress. The goal of this redesign was to make it easier to get around and add some more color. After all, you know we're suckers for color!
Last but not least, our large header incorporates the work of a featured artist. We'll be featuring different artists in that space and rotating them over time to keep things interesting. This isn't a sponsored spot, but rather a testament to our support of great artists. Our first feature is of the brilliant and witty Simon Oxley, one of our all-time favorites.
Want to know the top design blogs according to Alexa? Well, we've compiled all 90 of them. I have no clue how they come up with these rankings, but hey, these are great sites to check out and bookmark! (ReubenMiller ranks 24 - not bad.)
At first glance these look like Lego building blocks for young kids. In reality, these toys are disguising something more functional: white out tape. This product is probably meant to appeal to kids or teens as a fun alternative to office-supply-like white out tape dispensers. How fun would it be to have toy blocks on your desk? It would sure raise the teacher's suspicions that you may just be having too much fun in class.
Kids love drinking through twisty straws. Well, what if you could configure them like a senior plumbing engineer? With Strawz, your kid (or the kid in you) can have endless fun drinking through pipelines of straw plumbing. Who knows? You might inspire your kid to aim for a nice six-figure profession in plumbing engineering.