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Fixing a huge bug with a single line of code

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by NorthBridge

flatstudio:

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Package Design 4 /// Duration: 10 weeks

OBJECTIVE
Create an entirely new retail store and extensive product line. Consider what your company provides: location, architecture, etc. 

SOLUTION
As designers, it has become our job to think about what we consume, use and design, so I reached for my favorite magazine, GOOD, for the answer.

GOOD Worldwide, LLC. is a media platform that promotes, connects, and reports on individuals, businesses, and non-profits “pushing the world forward.” GOOD produces a website (GOOD.is), a quarterly magazine, online videos, and events highlighting examples of what is sustainable, prosperous, productive, creative, and equitable.
The content covers a variety of topics, including the environment, education, urban planning, design, food, politics, culture, lifestyle, technology, sex and health. It seems that the next step for GOOD is to open a branch of stores that only sell products with the same concept and goal: to push the world forward.
San Francisco, CA, USA

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What happens to your carefully developed code when the project reaches the deadline

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by Caio

Best ever

Trying to push a merge conflict fix and receiving a merge conflict

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by Richard

the much needed happy hour after a long week

thisadvertisinglife:

domics:

Don’t let go, Jack.

transitmaps:

As you may know by now, I create my own transit maps as well as write about them. But unless you’ve been following me for a while, you may not know exactly what I’ve done, and what I currently have available for purchase this holiday season. Here’s a quick rundown:

Interstates as a Subway Map and US Highways as a Subway Map

These two posters are by far my most popular items. Because I can print in bulk with my supplier, the fantastic Wallblank Printery, the price on these is excellent for the superb quality. Each 36” x 24” poster is just $39 plus $10 shipping, or you can buy a combo pack of both posters for just $68 plus shipping — a saving of $10 over buying each poster individually.

This will be the last Christmas that I offer these posters for sale, as I have plans for something bigger and better next year (which I’ve already been dropping hints about). So, if you’ve been thinking about picking one — or both — of these posters up, do it now. You won’t get another chance. Click through to the order page on my website here.

Not all the maps I create generate as much interest as the ones above, but I still make them available for purchase through my Society6 store. As these posters are print-on-demand, the cost per unit is a little bit higher than the ones I order in bulk through Wallblank, but these are still excellent ideas for unusual gifts for the transit geek in your life.

Note: Due to the fine type and detail in many of these maps, I really, really recommend that you purchase only the LARGE or X-LARGE print sizes that Society6 offers. You will almost certainly be disappointed (and the type will be illegible) if you go smaller than that.

Amtrak Passenger Rail System

Fully updated for 2012, this map shows all of Amtrak’s passenger rail services — split into route lines and colour-coded in the style of a subway map. Big preview here on Flickr.

Society6 Page

Boston Rapid Transit Map

My own original redesign of Boston’s transit map. Comes in two flavours: one with key bus routes and the other without (which I like better — the map looks so much cleaner without it).

Boston - Key Bus Routes | Boston - No Bus Routes

European International E-Road Network

A couple of years old now, but still one of my favourite maps. Who knew Europe had an international network of routes?

Society6

Rail Transit of Portland, Oregon

My own original version of a unified rail map of my home, Portland, Oregon. Shows MAX Light Rail and the Portland Streetcar — including the new Central Loop line on the eastside.

Society6

Passenger Rail of Portland, Oregon | 1912 | 1943 | 2015

Overlays passenger rail services — light rail, streetcar, interurban and intercity trains — from three different eras for a comparison of how things have changed over time.

Society6

domics:

If only

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