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The 2Face backpack on Kickstarter

Posted: 15 Apr 2014 01:11 AM PDT


With a project already backed on Kickstarter earlier this year, Andrew and Alex are already experienced in successfully launching products that please people.

I have no doubt that their new project will be just as successful, if not more. The 2Face backpack‘s concept is already great to begin with, and they showed enough sketches and photos to make you want it right away.

So if you feel like getting a gorgeous backpack, go ahead and support good design and craftmanship.







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Typographic projects by Lo Siento

Posted: 14 Apr 2014 08:25 AM PDT


Spanish design studio Lo Siento can do typography with anything: bubble wrap, paper or plastic. We give you an overview in this post, but you’ll find more on their site.






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Tiny people sculptures by Isaac Cordal

Posted: 14 Apr 2014 08:17 AM PDT


A selection of Isaac Cordal’s work. He creates small sculptures and takes photos of it in little scenes that create cool visual stories in one image.








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Timeneye: a more human time tracking app

Posted: 14 Apr 2014 07:33 AM PDT

Finding the perfect time tracking app may not your company’s first concern, but it could very well become a major one if managers understood better the productivity increases and savings that the right time-tracking tool could create.


Even freelancers could make loads more if they had a better grasp of where their time goes and where their money comes from. Trust me, we often get lost in the chaos induced by multiple projects and thight deadlines.

For those two cases, individual designers or design teams, Timeneye is pretty much the perfect time tracking app. In this post we take a look at the features offered by this app.


This is probably one of the most important features. Too many apps have a steep learning curve. With Timeneye, you get started in a matter of minutes. Register your projects, then start tracking time.

With its elegant interface, this app has eliminated all the unnecessary stuff to focus just on what’s necessary.

time tracking app

A mobile-friendly time tracking app

If you are a manager, chances are that you are not at the office too often and rely heavily on your mobile phone or tablet to work. Timeneye is the best choice if you must work away from your computer.

With the mobile apps, available for all major mobile OSs, you’ll be just as productive on your phone than at the office.


Powerful reporting capabilities

Many people don’t realize this, but time tracking is actually not the most important part of a time tracking app: reports are much more important. Timeneye provides all the date you need, neatly organized and presented with graphics so you can check it in a glimpse.

Track what happens by dates, by project or by employee, then mix all the data to make the best report for each case.


Basecamp and Redbooth integration

If you use some collaboration apps like Basecamp or Redbooth, you’ll be happy that you don’t need to change your routine to get better time tracking. For example, if you comment “2h” on a Basecamp to-do, Timeneye will automatically register 2 hours spent on that project. The best part: both apps will always be in sync.


Try it for free for 15 days!

Obviously, the best you can do is not take my word and go try the app for yourself. You get a 15 days free trial, so you have nothing to lose.

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This week on Pinterest

Posted: 14 Apr 2014 07:28 AM PDT

Pinterest has become a great source of inspiration for me. Each week I share my favorite pins of the week. If you don't want to miss any pin, make sure to follow me on Pinterest.

Festival poster

Great poster for the Edinburgh International Film Festiva. Via September Industry.



Sculptures by livio scarpella. Via I need a guide.


The New Yorker cover

A spectacular illustrated cover for The New Yorker.


Typographic poster

A poster for a Wim Crouwel exhibition in Breda.



Corporate identity for Dsorder by Marti Serra. Via Behance.


Poster design

A typographic poster design. Via Falko Ohlmer.



Nice stamp from Norway. Via Flickr.


Durex ad

A simple, visually creative ad for Durex. Via From Up North.


Noise kills

An illustration by Katie Scott. Via Katie Scott.


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