Below we’ve found even more awesome things on the Internet! If you missed our previous post, you can see it here.
Have you ever gotten into an argument with a friend about how a word should be pronounced, particularly when it comes to a brand name? Surprisingly mispronouncing brand names happens quite often, despite all of the advertising! This infographic shows how some brand names should be pronounced.
The animation software used by animation giants Studio Ghibli and Futurama is now going open source – which means it’ll be free! OpenToonz will include features developed by Studio Ghibli and is set to create a platform which will actively encourage the animated film industry to cooperate with each other.
The problem I’ve always had with Origami, is that it requires a lot of fiddling with very small pieces of paper. Giant Bunny Origami is the answer to this tiny fiddly problem (plus they’re freakin’ adorable)!
A few years ago Emma Coats shared 22 rules about Storytelling which she’d learned during her time as a Pixar storyboard artist. Her 22 rules can easily be applied to UX design – after all, a user’s experience is akin to a story!
When we think of Stock Photos, we think of Shutterstock, or iStock Photo; certainly the last thing we’d think about is a stock photo catalogue from pre-Internet days. I think it’s clear to see from the photos below however, that stock photos are still just as whacky as ever!
Stack Overflow user Dan Williams asked his fellow programmers what their favourite programmer cartoon is, the results were amazing, but below are three of our favourites!