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Poppy Lissiman + Hattie Stewart Collaboration Clutches: The Australian designer and British artist join forces to create a seriously playful bag

Poppy Lissiman + Hattie Stewart Collaboration Clutches

Perth-based Poppy Lissiman has been making her clientele happy for some time with her super-bold and bright clutch creations. Relying heavily on striking motifs—eyeballs, dollar signs, lips and love-hearts—and plenty of metallics and sparkles, Lissiman……

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Join UX Booth as an Editor

Are you a UX professional with strong writing skills? Do you enjoy reading the latest news and finding the newest trends? Are you a self-starter with 5 hours a week to devote to a new endeavor? You might be the UX Booth contributing editor we’re looking for.

Position: UX Booth Contributing Editor

Pay: $ 300 monthly stipend (we do this for love, not money!)

Weekly Responsibilities:

  • UX Booth editors work one-on-one with authors to bring articles from pitch to publication.
  • Editors focus on both copy edits (grammar, punctuation, etc) and content edits.
  • Editors help authors to clarify their theses and find relevant, real-world examples for their articles.
  • Editors make judgement calls on when articles are ready for publication, and what authors can do to improve their work.
  • Editors are required to attend one weekly, 20min check-in meeting to keep the full team aware of upcoming publication dates.
  • Editors are expected to spend no more than 5 hours a week on UX Booth-related work.

Additional Perks:

  • Though not required, UX Booth editors are given frequent opportunities to publish their own work on UX Booth.
  • Editors are given access to the latest books on UX, and are given opportunities to interview well renowned, as well as up-and-coming authors.
  • UX Booth editors are given opportunities to represent UX Booth at conferences free of charge, if and when they are available and interested in attending.

Skills and Qualifications:

  • Strong writing skills
  • Editing experience
  • A strong familiarity with user experience

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Moleskine and Lego join forces to create these desirable notebooks

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youtube: ZZJTBtPOpEM It’s no secret that Moleskine is a favourite when it comes to the design community. Used to scribble notes and ideas, as well as packing the pages full of inspirational doodles, drawings and more, the humble notepad has turned into an essential.

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Story + Cool Hunting: Pitch Night 2014: Join us in-person to present your big breakthrough idea for the chance to be included in our online gift guide and at the Chelsea concept shop

Story + Cool Hunting: Pitch Night 2014

If you are a designer or maker able to spend an evening in NYC and have a product ready to sell, we at Cool Hunting want to see it. After two successful iterations, Rachel Shechtman of editorial concept shop recordOutboundLink(this,…

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Exploring Words and Destruction with “Extracts” : Three typography artists join forces for a group show highlighting their different uses of negative space

Exploring Words and Destruction with

by Jorge Grimberg Currently on view at New York’s No Romance Galleries is “Extracts,” an exhibition curated by Tim Strazza that features work by three artists on one common theme:…

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Join the Sass revolution

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Sass: you have heard about it. You’ve read about it and probably even given it a try yourself. Before we get to the practical advice though, let’s take a step back and see where Sass came from and where it’s going. In 2006, Hampton Catlin came up with the idea for a scripting language that would add ‘syntactic sugar’ to work around the many limitations of CSS.

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Cool Hunting Fall Internships: We’re seeking smart, skilled and highly creative individuals to join the CH edit team

Cool Hunting Fall Internships

As the summer comes to a close, we are again looking for interns to assist with various aspects of daily life at CH HQ, including social media, writing and reporting, photo editing and web production. Ideal candidates have a super-keen eye, strong writing skills and familiarity with web production, as…

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Join us next Tuesday, September 9th for Apple’s iPhone 6 and iWatch event

Apple product launches are always heavy on buzz, but the event dialed in for September 9th has the hype level off the charts: besides a bigger iPhone (or two) with an all-new design, we’re expecting to see the first glimpse of the company’s wearable. The iWatch — or whatever it ends up being called — may not launch until 2015 according to the latest reports, but you don’t build a three-story structure in front of a big theater where you launched the original Macintosh just to show off a new phone. Expect this to be a huge event with the most important announcements Apple has made in quite some time.

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AnandTech founder Anand Shimpi retires from journalism to join Apple

If you’ve built your own PC at any time over the past decade and a half, chances are you’ll have come across AnandTech in the course of your research. Founded by a precocious teenager way back in 1997, the tech news site has grown from covering motherboards and other PC components to offering some of the most in-depth technical analyses of mobile devices today. Widely respected for his enormous experience and expertise, the site’s founder and editor Anand Lal Shimpi revealed over the weekend that he was retiring from technology journalism, and now his next destination has been revealed: Apple Inc.

An Apple representative has confirmed the hire for Recode, though there’s predictably little information to go on beyond the fact that one of…

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A Mercantile Meal: Portland restaurateurs Jason French and Michelle Battista join together a community of makers for an evening of inspiring exchange

A Mercantile Meal

Portland, Oregon is a city of craft-focused entrepreneurs where many of the ideas for successful small businesses start from chance conversations among friends. Recognizing this, Jason French and Michelle Battista of Ned Ludd—an intimate Portland restaurant…

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