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January 6th, 2012 | James Taylor | Categories: Design, Development, Education, Inspiration, Interactive, Reference, Technology, Tool | Tags: adobe, css3, design, development, HTML5, Inspiration, Interactive, Technology, web |
Adobe’s The Expressive Web demos the emerging capabilities that html5 and css3 deliver.
July 18th, 2011 | Friends | Categories: Data Visualization, Interactive, Reference, Social, Strategy, Technology, Video | Tags: Data Visualization, Facebook, Interactive, Online, Social, Technology, Video, web |
Kinetic type video of social media stats from Erik Qualman’s Socialnomics v3 book.
July 1st, 2011 | Friends | Categories: Online, Tool | Tags: google, Online, search, web |
Google has launched a new search option built around what you love/like. Type in what you love, and it collects results for more than 20 different types of Google search/products in one page. Kind of fun. Not quite sure what the long term benefit is, but in terms of getting an fast overview on a topic or brand it could be useful.
Play around at: http://www.wdyl.com/#
Contributed by Josh Spanier
June 9th, 2011 | Friends | Categories: Development, Education, Online, Technology, Tool | Tags: development, Inspiration, Online, Technology, Viral, web |
In only 4 years, what advances will we see for the Internet? These great infographics and video make some powerful predictions.
Contributed by Sosia Bert
Via Fast Co Design
May 13th, 2011 | Katy | Categories: Art, Inspiration, Interactive, Online | Tags: 3D, film, Inspiration, Interactive, Online, real-time, web |
BlaBla, a “film for computer” by Vincent Morisset explores human communication in six interactive chapters.
A user’s experience of the film depends entirely on how he/she moves through it, clicking, scrolling and dragging to produce playful sounds and whimsical scenes made with 2D drawing, real-time 3D mapping and puppet stop-motion animation.
April 19th, 2011 | admin | Categories: Design, Inspiration, Interactive, Technology | Tags: design, development, Inspiration, Interactive, web |
In order to show the capabilities of IE9′s html5 support, Microsoft is curating this site to display some of the possibilities being developed and utilized in modern browsers.
Check it out.
October 26th, 2010 | Friends | Categories: Art, Inspiration, Music, Online, Sculpture, Technology, Video | Tags: Art, digital, Inspiration, Music, Video, web |
An enchanting light painting video that captures long exposures of light sources as they spin around a turntable.
Via Laughing Squid
June 3rd, 2010 | Ralph | Categories: Online, Video | Tags: development, HTML5, Online, Video, web |
Longtail Video, provider of the JW Player, one of the most popular video players, has recently released an HTML 5 version. Browser support is limited to Safari, iPhone, iPad and Chrome. Firefox, IE and Opera will fallback to Flash.
Longtail joins several other companies who have already adapted players for HTML, including Jilion (Sublime Video) and VideoJS.
May 28th, 2010 | Ralph | Categories: Inspiration, Interactive, Online | Tags: design, development, digital, flash, game, Gaming, Inspiration, Interactive, interface, Online, smashing.magazine, web |
Smashing Magazine has put together a collection of their favorite, “bizarre” websites. (GSP-produced “And Then There was Salsa” is featured under “Bonus” at the bottom of the page).
(Pictured Above: Incredibox)
May 25th, 2010 | Friends | Categories: Inspiration, Online, Social, Strategy | Tags: digital, google, humor, Inspiration, jobs, Technology, web |
In a tough economy teeming with hungry, creative workers, Alec Brownstein found a novel way to differentiate himself from the competition:
Brownstein bought Google adwords for the names of industry bigwigs like David Droga, Tony Granger and Ian Reichenthal.
When each creative director did a “vanity google” of their own name, an ad appeared in which Brownstein asked each exec for a job. The result? After investing a total of $6, Brownstein is now working for Y&R .
Alec explains the idea himself in this humorous YouTube video: