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Clarice Tudor’s self-deprecating comics tackle themes of anxiety, friendship and Jeff Bezos

Pulling on our ingrained familiarity with comic strips like Garfield and Peanuts, Leicester-based illustrator Clarice Tudor has crafted a practice rife with original, jubilant and flawed characters – often playing the role of your wholesome, supportive friend, as well as people you’d rather not know. They exist in an accessible absurdist world, coloured with a youthful […]

DRDO to make bio suits for healthcare staff to fight COVID-19

The Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) will be assisting Indian medical professionals battling the Coronavirus outbreak in the country. The DRDO recently said it would be providing doctors with bio suits, made from the same technology used in submarine applications. These bio suits use a special sealant as an alternative to seam sealing tape. […]

Telus offering high-speed internet for $9.95 a month to B.C. students in need

Vancouver-based national carrier Telus is providing high-speed broadband internet for $9.95 a month to elementary and high school students in need in B.C. The carrier is working with local school boards across the province to offer its Internet for Good program to students in need. Previously, eligibility for the program was focused on families that […]

GTA 6 actor “unable to comment” on the game’s existence

The next entry in Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto series, tentatively titled GTA 6, has been leaked through an actor’s resume.  Actor Jorge Cansejo was brought under scrutiny this weekend after Twitter account GTA VI News and Leaks — wonder what that account is all about — spotted the upcoming GTA 6 on the actor’s CV. […]

CSS-Only Marquee Effect | Codrops

Some time ago I encountered this great Dribbble shot by Francesco Zagami. It has a really nice marquee animation when hovering a menu item (you have to wait a couple of seconds to see the menu). I really love this effect and I have seen it in more designs recently. So I wanted to try […]

5 Free Prototyping Tools That You Won’t Want to Live Without

A pictures is worth a thousand words, but if that’s true, then a single prototype is worth a thousand meetings. We all know as designers how difficult it can sometimes be to communicate your ideas and visions clearly with a client. When it comes to the custom design of a product, you have to try […]

Serif wants to buy your existing work

As part of Serif’s efforts to help creatives during the COVID-19 crisis, the team behind Affinity Photo, Affinity Designer and Affinity Publisher have pledged to buy work from 100 creatives over 100 days.  The 100 Days, 100 Commissions initiative will take place over the next three months, and Serif is asking designers, photographers and publishers […]

Things to Consider When Buying a DSLR Camera

Purchasing a DSLR camera was not an expense that everyone could afford in the past. If you always wanted to have it, but the price was successfully deterring you from buying it, there is some good news for you – technology becomes cheaper and cheaper every year, and DSLR cameras are not an exception. For […]

The New Duolingo ABC Can Teach Your Little One to Read

Since the launch of the platform back in 2011, Duolingo has gone on to make a name for itself in the online-learning market. The app has over 300 million active users and recently topped our list of the best language learning app in Android and iOS. Now, the company has launched a brand new app […]

Kanye West’s high school art gets valued on the US version of Antiques Roadshow

In a recent episode of the US version of Antiques Roadshow, an unusual lot came to the fore: a collection of Kanye West’s high school artworks. Brought in by (bear with us) West’s cousin’s husband, the selection of works included drawings made by the rapper when he was just a young pup, aged 17. The […]