As the population of the world grows and our cities become ever more crowded, the individual differences between us risk being lost. In a unique exploration of urban density, Japanese artist Katsumi Hayakawa builds extremely detailed and intricate cities that, constructed of paper cutouts, seem to even float. At first glance each highrise in these… Continue reading Intricate Paper Architecture Sculptures That Depict Urban Density and Conformity
In the process of creating Paper, Facebook’s new media viewing and news app, the Facebook team created a rapid prototyping tool for interfaces called Origami. Origami is a Quartz Composer plug-in that allows designers to create interactive mockups featuring complex, original animations without writing any code.
After ten years it’s nice to see that Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook are still so passionate for each other. I guess given the amount of paper he’s made over the years, Zuckerberg can always afford to come up with a few shiny trinkets and exotic cuisines he can use to wine and dine his longtime… Continue reading Zuckerberg and Facebook’s 10th Anniversary Dinner Celebration [COMIC]
Have you read the Paper today? No, not the new Facebook app of the same name that launched yesterday but rather the idea sharing tool developed by FiftyThree that won a Best Design award at the Chrunchies in 2012 and was also an Apple App of the Year. The old Paper app allows you to… Continue reading Get Off My Paper Route, Facebook, Says Disgruntled App Maker FiftyThree
Is Facebook gunning to be the ultimate media consumption powerhouse? With its latest updates it would appear so. After acquiring online conversations startup Branch (which is popular among media professionals) and launching Trending for News Feed, it seems Facebook has pivoted toward a new goal of helping users find the latest, most interesting content even… Continue reading Facebook Introduces ‘Paper’ to Help You Follow News and Explore Rich Media