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My weekly inspirations: December 24, 2012

Dec21The holiday week didn’t bring a whole lot of new inspirations but here are the things that I think are worth reading and checking out this week:

The Best and Worst Identities of 2012

The branding site Brand New put together their 12 best and 12 worst identities of 2012 with links to the break downs of each identity. See the best identities here and the worst identities here.

16 of the Year’s Best Ideas in UI Design

From a concept that would allow you to drag files from your phone to your computer, to a to-do list that isn’t a drag, here are the most promising designs that connect the physical and digital worlds. See the entire list here.

Birds on Twitter

Somewhere in Latvia there is a bread and bacon fat covered keyboard on a birdhouse equipped with a webcam and a twitter account. When the birds interact with the keyboard they make the world’s only ‘true’ tweets. Follow them here.

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