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Love this site. Would’ve loved it 2x if there was a cue to scroll.

viakylemeyer:

Earlier last month I was fortunate enough to design the teaser site for Build 2012, which sold out in 1 hour 8 minutes. Yowch!
It was a lot of fun creating a somewhat story-based experience which would give visitors a taste of the week long design festival. Big thanks to Tim Boelaars for doing an amazing job on the icons we commissioned for each part of the event.
Love this site. Would’ve loved it 2x if there was a cue to scroll.

viakylemeyer:

Earlier last month I was fortunate enough to design the teaser site for Build 2012, which sold out in 1 hour 8 minutes. Yowch!

It was a lot of fun creating a somewhat story-based experience which would give visitors a taste of the week long design festival. Big thanks to Tim Boelaars for doing an amazing job on the icons we commissioned for each part of the event.

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unconsumption:

How’d you like to have storage like this in your home or office?  
Photo via Gail Rieke.
If the sight of vintage suitcases and/or trunks makes you swoon, check out earlier Unconsumption suitcase-related posts here and Pinterest pins here.

unconsumption:

How’d you like to have storage like this in your home or office?  

Photo via Gail Rieke.

If the sight of vintage suitcases and/or trunks makes you swoon, check out earlier Unconsumption suitcase-related posts here and Pinterest pins here.

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Open source UX elements.

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unconsumption:

The idea of turning burned-out incandescent light bulbs into vases and terrariums has made the blogosphere and Pinterest rounds. If you haven’t come across it and/or haven’t read a useful tutorial explaining how to open up bulbs and clean them out, check out this Freepeople post or this one from Instructables.

unconsumption:

The idea of turning burned-out incandescent light bulbs into vases and terrariums has made the blogosphere and Pinterest rounds. If you haven’t come across it and/or haven’t read a useful tutorial explaining how to open up bulbs and clean them out, check out this Freepeople post or this one from Instructables.

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unconsumption:


Thank You (x7 blue satin)2009Hand-embroidery on satin lining

It’s a reusable bag that looks like a plastic bag, by Lauren DiCioccio. By way of this item, sent my way by Jennifer C. (thanks again!):

What good is a clunky reusable bag if you dont want to show it off?
The THANK YOU THANK YOU tote bag is machine embroidered in red or blue on white taffeta. The bags are sturdy and washable totes, intended for daily use.
The perfect THANK YOU gift, the totes replace the ubiquitous plastic bag with a friendly reminder to reuse and recycle.
Made with care in The San Francisco Bay Area. Photos Kara Brodgesell

unconsumption:

Thank You (x7 blue satin)
2009
Hand-embroidery on satin lining

It’s a reusable bag that looks like a plastic bag, by Lauren DiCioccio. By way of this item, sent my way by Jennifer C. (thanks again!):

What good is a clunky reusable bag if you dont want to show it off?

The THANK YOU THANK YOU tote bag is machine embroidered in red or blue on white taffeta. The bags are sturdy and washable totes, intended for daily use.

The perfect THANK YOU gift, the totes replace the ubiquitous plastic bag with a friendly reminder to reuse and recycle.

Made with care in The San Francisco Bay Area. Photos Kara Brodgesell

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