Create sci-fi art visions with the new ImagineFX

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ImagineFX, the number one magazine for digital artists, is now on sale, and Fred Augis’ bright, confident cover image is just a taster of what’s inside this month’s sci-fi art special. Want to know more?

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Link About It: Invader Invades Africa

Invader Invades Africa

Popular French street artist Invader, known for his tiled works that often depict 8-bit video game characters, opted for a more natural setting for his latest “invasion.” The urban artist traveled to the Serengeti in Tanzania where he drew inspiration……

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What colour is your favourite music?

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The way we discover and buy music has changed almost completely over the past decade, and the benefits are obvious: instead of going into a store and choosing from whatever it has in stock, we now have instant access to virtually all the available music, whenever we want. However, search functions and recommendation algorithms often don’t feel as rewarding as browsing the shelves in a record shop and picking something out you’d never have otherwise listened to, because the cover looks interesting.

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Enterprise Productivity Apps for Remote Teams

It’s an exciting time to be a designer. With almost unlimited connectivity, designers and firms can work together without needing to inhabit the same space. Many designers and web professionals love the ability to be mobile, and luckily for them, more and more companies, particularly startups, are starting to embrace a remote workforce.

Especially when outside of an office environment, staying on task and completing projects on a deadline can be difficult for even the more pragmatic creative. It’s essential, however, that both companies and workers are able to track progress and communicate effectively on a daily basis. It is also imperative that individuals can work as a team, even if they are hundreds of miles apart.

These needs have led to the emergence of some valuable productivity software and apps, in recent years. One part internal social network and one part project management software, these new apps allow everyone involved in a project to communicate and work together effortlessly, no matter where they are physically located. Whether you are a company owner who is trying to track and promote internal productivity or a worker trying to stay ahead of the game, an enterprise mobile app could ultimately be the answer for you.

Check out our roundup of the top 5 enterprise mobile apps that boost productivity, and unleash your potential.


If you’re looking for a great project management tool, Trello is a great option as it allows for anyone to create “Trello Cards” that can be assigned to different groups or individuals.


Trello also utilizes queues, so you can track a project from concept to completion. It’s easy to use and the design is on point, making for a user-friendly experience. Trello’s mobile app is among the least convoluted we’ve seen, making for a seamless transition from desktop to mobile.


A document signing app, might not be the first thing a designer thinks of in terms of helping productivity, but it is hugely valuable for employees who are working abroad, or freelancing.


SignEasy is a mobile, cloud-friendly software that allows clients, employees and higher-ups to sign off on documents no matter where they’re located. This eliminates the hold-up of receiving things in the mail – or the hassle of trying to find a fax machine anywhere these days.


It’s immediately obvious that their mobile design team put user experience first when creating Syncplicity’s file sharing and management app. It’s easy to manage any files from the touch of your phone or tablet with Syncplicity’s sheet stack interface.


It allows you to easily and securely send and share documents, as well as access them from any device, without missing a beat. When you have a team working on a large project with multiple files that need to be downloaded and uploaded quickly and effortlessly, Syncplicity is an awesome choice.


Sapience is a mindfulness enterprise app that allows for proficient time management, ensuring businesses can maximize efficiency with both on and offsite employees.


The app analyzes your smartphone usages and give you a clear visual on how your day was spent. It allows you to tag your phone calls, app-usage and work-related travel effortlessly. Sapience helps individuals and businesses see where they spend their time the most, so they can schedule and allocate budget appropriately.


From your computer to your smartphone, Evernote allows you to seamlessly work on projects from initial notes to completion, and even presentation. Think of it as a super-hero notepad.


It allows you to save inspiration from around the web, journal, take notes and work on full-length project – all in one platform. It is also a great organizing tool. If you are working on a number of creative projects at one time, Evernote will be one of your go-to apps for keeping everything on track.


Everyone can always use a little bit of productivity push, and the apps above actually make it easier to go the extra mile. Give them a shot and let us know what you think!

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What do web experts think of BBC Taster?

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The BBC recently launched a new site in the form of BBC Taster, a digital sandbox for new ideas that’s an alluring mix of leftfield formats and experimental features. We’ve already taken a look at it, and now we’ve asked a group of web professionals for their impressions of the BBC’s latest online venture. Here’s what they have to say.

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ListenUp: How To Dress Well + TĀLĀ: The One

How To Dress Well + TĀLĀ: The One

The Songs from Scratch series by Adidas Originals and Yours Truly inspires on-the-fly creativity from musicians. The latest installment sees Chicago native (and CH favorite) Tom Krell aka How To Dress Well paired up with eclectic UK garage-electro……

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Incredible video shows how Space X plans to land largest rocket in the world

You know what’s cooler than a gigantic rocket? A gigantic rocket that can land itself. Elon Musk’s Space X released a new video this week demonstrating just what it plans to do with its upcoming Falcon Heavy rocket, which is set to launch for the first time later this year.

In essence, the rocket is three of the company’s current Falcon 9 rockets strapped together. The result is a rocket that can carry over 115,000 pounds (53,000 kg) — the equivalent of a fully-loaded Boeing 737 passenger jet — to low-earth orbit. When it flies later this year, the Falcon Heavy will be the world’s most powerful rocket. Only the Saturn V rocket, which was retired in 1973 after sending Apollo missions to the moon, was more powerful.

Powerful enough to…

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8 cool and sometimes cozy chair designs

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Do you fantasize about some really cool chair designs? Despite of simple and traditional chair designs, today, here we have a collection of cool and sometimes cozy chair designs which you will definitely wish to grab one for your home décor or other purpose such as fun, study, relaxation. Get ready to lounge in style […]

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Takenaka Bento Boxes: Pack a lunch on the go in one of these classic, colorful containers

Takenaka Bento Boxes

Bento boxes have long been a popular lunch option, providing a variety of menu items in an affordable, portable manner. And though the containers are oftentimes thought of as disposable, Takenaka has been making high-quality reusable bento boxes……

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Link About It: Dots to Lines Documentary

Dots to Lines Documentary

If you’ve ever looked up a “best-of” list for tattoos, chances are you’ve seen the work of Chaim Machlev. The Berlin-based tattoo artist is highly regarded for his intricate geometric tattoos and is a master of the dot-work technique. In order to further……

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