Month: April 2022

How Iconic New York Duo Suicide’s Sleeve Designs Match Their Sonic Extremism

L-R: A Way of Life, Alan Vega.Martin Rev, Suicide, all by Suicide Liz Lamere: “The use of the American flag drained of color was King’s concept but embraced by Alan, who would’ve liked your Jasper

How design firms are finding new ways of operating

There was: in 2019, dn&co became an Employee Ownership Trust, a form of ownership that has proved popular among a wide range of organisations, including many architects’ practices, since it was legislated for by the

11 Best Landing Pages that Have Our Full Attention

Different companies utilise different points of contact. A live chat might work best for your brand, or you might find a toll-free phone number or email address is best. If possible, offer multiple ways to

7 Best Facebook Feed Widgets & Plugins for WordPress

Real-time updates: it automatically provides all the latest posts on the feeds and saves you from the troublesome work of manually refreshing the feed.  You can find it easily on the WordPress plugin store, install without

Top 8 Benefits Of Using A Sitemap

In conversion funnels, it’s best to have a minimum number of steps for your users to convert. Besides, the more steps, the higher chance your visitors will leave your website without completing their signup or

What does it feel like to hold a Grammy? Public-Library explores its texture with the award’s identity

Ramón Coronado, Public-Library co-founder tells It’s Nice That: “We played with the gramophone as an object: what is it made of, is it heavy, is it light, is it reflective, is it matte?” Trying out

Step inside a cosmic kaleidoscope for Warpaint’s Stevie video

Stevie is taken from Warpaint’s new album Radiate Like This, released on May 6;; “Right around that time Chris showed us what he was working on and it was like, ‘Woah, this is

Joe Guest on how to make it as an editor

As it turns out, while Guest has ended up building a career as one of the most renowned advertising editors around, music and sound has been crucial to his career, from his early days cutting

Ričards Znutiņš-Znutāns new book containing “27 types of human emotions” is a global exploration of human psychology

“I would describe my style as a mixture of simple shapes, bright colours, texture and 45 degree angle cubes,” says Ričards when we sit down to chat with him. His illustrations are as fun as