An Unhealthy Lust for Design

Campaign Monitor announces stunning iPhone web app

Campaign Monitor, the email marketing web service announced an iPhone version of its client site. A simple elegant user interface that hardly feels like something on the web (built using the jQTouch plugin by David Kaneda). Sure not everyone needs an email marketing service, so it’s a good thing there’s a free sign up for you to tinker around with the web app as well as the desktop experience of the service (which is pretty good on its own). If...

For All Seasons – Tears will flow, it’s so gorgeous

I never knew an app so beautiful existed for so many months without me knowing about it. For All Seasons is a fairy tale application by Andreas Müller, that doesn’t do anything other than uplift your spirit. I can’t really describe it, so I’ll just quote from the description: “For All Seasons is a piece about memories, seasons and using elements of the textual representation of the memory to create an interactive one”. Still didn’t make sense did it? You’ve...

Artist Profile: Who is Sebastiaan de With?

[tweetmeme]Cocoia. The name resounds in the designer community. This spritely 21 year old self-taught designer from the Netherlands, who looks more like a musician than a designer, has pretty much defined the landscape of every Mac user’s Dock. Sebastiaan dropped out college, and learnt to design on his own, starting his design company Cocoia in 2006. Well he initially started with the blog, which is almost like a story of his evolution in design prowess. Looking back at his pre-2007...

Simple Desktops: Minimalism with Art

An amazing resource for beautifully minimal desktops, Simple Desktops is a wallpaper resource curated by Thomas Watson. From the site: Do you ever feel like the only good desktop wallpapers you can find are the either the basic 15 or 20 Apple provides or solid colors? Do you often find yourself spending time looking for something that isn’t a beautiful photograph but also isn’t a gradient and drop shadowed mess with a little lens flare and some annoying copyright information...