An amazing set of 1,500 posters from the U.S.S.R., via Ben Perry on Flickr.
Since their propaganda, and slightly foreign, you will have to guess their intended meaning.
What does the government want you to think/feel/believe?
We’re releasing a new “liquid” layout.
Flickr’s “liquid” design adjusts the photo page and image size based on the size of your browser window. With that your photos will look great on a laptop screen, and look even more stunning on larger screens. With the new design:
- The biggest photo size is shown depending on your browser window
- There is absolutely no “upscaling”, and we try to avoid downsampling as much as possible.
- The title and the sidebar are visible without scrolling on landscape oriented photos. (which are the vast majority of photos on Flickr.)
via Flickr Blog
And, from Webmonkey:
Web developers, take note: Flickr’s new layout isn’t just eye-catching, it’s also somewhat responsively designed — adjusting to the myriad screens on the web today and displaying the best photo possible without clogging your tubes with huge photo downloads. Flickr does stop short of scaling pages down to phone-size screens — for which there is a separate mobile website — but it resizes nicely to handle tablets.
That’s right, Flickr is the latest (and perhaps the largest) website to embrace not just a mostly responsive design with a liquid layout and media queries, but also a responsive approach to images.
Are we seeing a new development in design, the – “take into account the iPad” ?
// Thx – Jon Jensen
Slate wants your pics of useless sidewalks, missing crosswalks, dangerous shoulders and anything else that makes you feel uncomfortable or unsafe walking.
The most interesting images will be featured on a gallery on Slate.
Deadline: May 1
How to Submit
- Email: send it to us at email@example.com.
- Flickr: Tag your photo #walkfail and upload to Flickr.
- Instagram: Tag your image #walkfail and upload to Instagram.via Slate
Apple’s decision to unfriend Facebook has turned out to be a boon for third-party social services that are now finding their way into Apple operating environments. The biggest winner of them all is Twitter.
In iOS 5, Apple integrated Twitter. And just like that the company saw “sign-ups more than double and the number of tweets sent increase over 90 percent,” according to Dick Costolo, CEO of Twitter.
Well, Twitter is about to get a yet another boost, thanks to the upcoming release of the latest version of Mac OS X, called Mountain Lion.
Twitter, Flickr and Vimeo are some of the third-party services that will offered as part of new “share sheet” that allows you to share links, photos and videos directly from the app one is using on the Mac. (Interestingly, there is no YouTube in this share sheet?)
- pick a photo with a motif which fits for a panorama view
- select a cutout of 1500 x 500 pixels and save this photo (Photoshop or so)
- cut this wide photo in 3 equal parts of 500 x 500 pixels
- now you have 3 triple photos
- post the 3 photos in the right order on your photo stream
- make sure, that the layout and the number of other photos shows the triple on one line.