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Welcome to Found Friday 88, where we share with you the best design-related finds o’ the week. This week we have: the world’s longest running invoice; a great WordPress plugin for WordPress developers; Pantone toothbrushes; the new Creative Suite CS6 branding; and a great CSS animations typography tutorial. Get to reading, and share away!
This site is mind-blowing – a running tally of unpaid invoices from creatives & freelancers all over the globe. At the time of this writing, it’s currently over $5M (via @swissmiss).
I’m all about using WordPress as a CMS, and making the experience enjoyable for your clients who are using the software. This plugin fits right into that area, helping you organize, hide, rename and delete the menu items in the WordPress admin.
I gotta admit, I was pretty stoked on the Pantone mugs, chairs, and early product that Pantone was releasing. Now they have toothbrushes alongside their ever-expanding product list. I’m not sure how to feel about this. Am I a Pantone hipster? Who am I kidding, I’ll order one.
Check out Brand New‘s article on the new Creative Suite branding. Pretty crazy stuff.
Here’s another great tutorial from the people over at Codrops – a sort of “word slider”/fader using CSS animations. I dig.
See ya next week!