MacPaint is Back at Long Last with Cloudpaint

Flat design is all the rage these days, but back in 1984, flat was all there was. And back then, the Mac shipped with an acclaimed paint application: MacPaint. The legendary app showed the world that computers could, indeed, be the bicycle for the mind that Steve Jobs wanted so desperately. Today’s TextEdit was the […]

Arcade Fire’s Just A Reflektor: Behind the Scenes

Grammy Award-winning Canadian band Arcade Fire has partnered with Google Chrome for its latest single, Reflektor. An interactive video, directed by Vincent Morriset, lets viewers control the action by using their Chrome web browser and either a smartphone or tablet. To experience the film, users must visit the microsite on their computer, and then connect their handset by […]

We Can’t Live Without Space + Light

Living in cramped homes with little natural light has an adverse effect on health and affects the way we live. Our homes have been shrinking and windows are too small- many homes built today simply aren’t up to scratch: Only 1 in 4 of us would choose to buy a new-build home. We have the […]

Introducing the new Transport for London website

Introducing Transport for London new website, very soon anyone visiting tfl.gov.uk will have the chance to preview the new look, new feature site. A beta trial phase will give you the opportunity to explore improved layouts and use personalised and easy to use features that will make it faster and simpler to get the information […]

2013 OpenStreetMap Data Report

This year for State of the Map we look at the last eight years of OpenStreetMap‘s growth and change. Founded in 2004, OpenStreetMap has grown from a local project to a worldwide map with widespread use and high data quality.   Visualizing road updates All roads in the continental United States, shaded by how recently […]

Flash vs HTML5

Flash VS HTML5 is an HTML5 study of the current landscape for creating gaming and rich interaction, presenting Flash & HTML5 iterations of the same game. It uses a custom 2D webGL renderer falling back to canvas for unsupported browsers. Made by Waste Creative

How To Lose Weight (in the browser)

And what if we got together a bunch of experts who work on large sites to create a definitive front-end performance guide? And not just one of those boring guides made for robots, what if we did something fun? What about getting together Briza Bueno (Americanas.com),Davidson Fellipe (Globo.com), Giovanni Keppelen (ex-Peixe Urbano),Jaydson Gomes (Terra), Marcel Duran (Twitter), Mike Taylor (Opera),Renato Mangini (Google), and Sérgio Lopes (Caelum) to make the […]

The Globe — GoSquared Labs

GoSquared use WebGL 3D Globe to visualize real-time site traffic in this stunning demo from their labs. What is GoSquared? Learn more about the features of GoSquared real-time web analytics.