Category: Goodies

NFN Labs Introduces nfnlabs.design with a Beautiful Set of Wallpapers for your Phones

NFN Labs is a small design-driven team from Chennai, India known for crafting some beautifully designed apps and websites over the last 5 years. The company is best known for their apps like Storm It, Water, Demonstrate and Screeny — all of which have been featured here on Beautiful Pixels, as well as their other projects such as BuySell Tickets and of course, Homescreen.me. Today, the folks at NFN Labs have launched — nfnlabs.design — a new site to offer...

Black — A Dark Wallpaper Series using Shapes and Lights

We haven’t posted about wallpapers in a while here on Beautiful Pixels, so here’s a spiffy new series to get you going. If dark wallpapers are something you desire, you should take a look at Black. Black is a project by Jean-Marc Denis, who is currently the Design manager at Facebook and has previously worked at Google on Inbox and VR projects and is also known for his work on Sparrow — the immensely popular mail client back in the...

Spotio — An Rdio-inspired Skin for Spotify

Here’s an interesting project we came across a couple of days ago. Devin Halladay — a designer and writer from Baltimore has crafted a complete visual overhaul of the Spotify Mac app that makes it look and feel more like the Rdio app — the music streaming service that Pandora acquired a few months ago. The Spotify app on Mac features only a Dark UI and while it looks great, this sure is an interesting way to theme it. Why...

13 Animals Made From 13 Circles

Doroto Pankowska is an Art Director, Artist and Designer from Paris (via Toronto) who I came across last week for this beautifully crafted project titled 13 Animations Made From 13 Circles. Inspired by the Twitter logo, which is made from 13 perfect circles, I decided to give myself a design challenge. I haven’t done aesthetic work in a while and I wanted to show something simple & nice in my portfolio! So, here are 13 animals each made out of...

The All New Google Fonts Website

Google has just announced an all new look and feel for the Google Fonts website. The new design offers a much more streamlined and refreshing look at the 804 font families that Google currently offers for Free. On the new design, you can see a grid of font previews, so it’s very easy to preview and compare fonts now. You can easily choose categories and languages from the right, select the sorting choice and search for a specific family using...