Every year, Ikea releases its catalog, with new product and new colors. I’ve selected some of the most interesting pages to extract the palette, and maybe get some inspiration.
There has been a lot of interest for VR lately. Oculus is set to release a final product in 2016 and Google just announced tools for building and designing VR experiences at Google I/O.
Virtual Reality seems to be very difficult to get right, and that’s probably why it hasn’t reached mass market yet. Hopefully, some people are working on it. I’ve gathered a few resources you’ll need if you want to build virtual reality experiences.
LetterPress is an addictive iOS game where you have to combine letters to form words. CheaterPress is an HTML5 app I built to help you find inspiration (ahem). The app was only built as a personal challenge. Use it responsibly. (And I promise not to use it myself).
The cool thing is how it works: you take a screenshot of the game (iPhone4, iPhone5, iPad) and you upload it. What you get is a list of matching words. I might detail how it works later.
The app currently works fine on desktop browsers but is still buggy on Safari iOS. The code is on github : https://github.com/mauricesvay/CheaterPress
I recently had the chance to redesign the website of one of my favorite open source software: PhantomJS. The website is now live : http://www.phantomjs.org/.