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Welcome to episode 92 of Found Friday – the best design finds o’ the week. This week we have: a new (& beautiful) project management app for designers; a beautiful, hand-lettered sign for inspiration; Frank Chimero’s book, free to read online; Google’s crazy Chrome Web Lab; and a hilarious, satirical type article from the Onion.
There are a bevy of project management applications out there aimed at the web industry. Cage is a new one. I don’t know if it’s any good–that’s for you to figure out–but it sure is pretty.
Check out this beautiful hand-lettered sign, then let the resulting wave of inspiration fuel a creative session like no other. And if you’re interested in learning how to draw letters, check out Crafting Type.
Frank Chimero wrote a book. It’s on my iPad, next up in the queue to read. If you haven’t read it yet, you can now read it free online!
Google released their Chrome Web Lab the other day. I don’t know how to explain it. It’s just crazy. Go over there and play with some features–the future of web is a bright place. Make sure you’re on a modern browser.
Here’s a light-hearted, nerdily hilarious article from the Onion to send you off into your weekend. Revel in the type satire! REVEL I TELL YOU
See you next week!