Look. Observe. See.
There’s something quite lovely about this site, both in its purpose and execution.
Dimensions.Guide is a comprehensive reference database of dimensioned drawings documenting the standard measurements and sizes of the everyday objects and spaces that make up our world. Created as a universal resource to better communicate the basic properties, systems, and logics of our built environment, Dimensions.Guide is a free platform for increasing public and professional knowledge of life and design.
As well as graciously hosting Indie Web Camp Berlin on the weekend at Mozilla’s offices, Yulia has also drawn this super-cute comic.
Is it a graphic design tool? Is it a text editor? Is it just good fun?
Metaballs, not to be confused with meatballs, are organic looking squishy gooey blobs.
Here’s the maths behind the metaballs (implemented in SVG).
Liberally licensed SVG illustrations by Katerina Limpitsouni with customisable colour schemes.
Jon’s been drawing a lunch note for his daughter every day since she was four years old. They are somewhat puntastic.
Two-thirds of the way through our 100 days project, Batesy takes stock of his journey so far.
(I should probably mention that I love each and every one of the pieces of hand lettering that he’s done …talented bastard.)
Wonderfully creative use of CSS gradients, borders, box-shadows, and generated content.
A lovely little from Josh that allows you to draw shapes in a canvas element and then copy the resulting code.
A lovely little profile of Paul and his sketches.
The Web Is Agreement! The URI Is The Thing!
Eva-Lotta’s sketchnotes from this year’s dConstruct.
Jessica’s doodles are quite lovely.
This is wonderfully random: illustrations used to illustrate patent applications but without the context.
These lovely doodles from Carla give me Fernweh for Germany.
In which twelve drawings of historical drawing machines are drawn by a computer numerical controlled machine.