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BAM! Jeff here, checking in with Found Friday Vol 32 – the best design finds of the week. This week: a wireless solar-powered keyboard, a great article on combining typefaces, how to change the WordPress logo in a WP install, a cool website that aggregates some of the best design resources, and an awesome piece of industrial design that easily changes your tap into a drinking fountain/faucet combo. It’s like an explosion of creative around here!
Seems counterintuitive for the basement-dwelling designer, but Logitech claims this keyboard can run up to 3 months in total darkness. Mind=blown.
Type choices can make or break a design, and there are certain rules that should be adhered to. Read this article and you’re well on your way to making good type combination choices.
This quick & easy hack allows you to display your clients’ logos in place of the default WordPress logos in their WordPress install – without a plugin. A neat value-added component you can give to your web design clients.
There are a wealth of design resources floating out there in Internetville; this website collects some of the best ones. A one-stop web designer shop, if you will! Still in its infancy though, so give it time and submit resources you think are helpful.
A simple attachment that turns your plain ol’ kitchen tap into a tap/water fountain combo. Simple & brilliant – like most any great idea.
That’s it! See you next week.