RSS is an acronym for Really Simple Syndication. Using RSS feeds is an easy, efficient way to keep up with the latest news articles or blog updates from a variety of sources, without having to visit each site individually.
In this article we feature 7 free RSS news reader apps for iPad or iPhone, which make sure that you get to satisfy your info-junkie cravings.
There are several refreshing photos available today. Let’s start with a bowl full of juicy raspberries in Sweet Red by Sandra Arduini. If that’s not refreshing enough, what about an underwater adventure with a hot model? :) You have to admit though, Underwater I by Cristina Prat Mases is quite nice. There two amazing illustrations I have to share with you right now. It’s the semi-naked Rocket Pearl by E338 and the illustration right below called Innocence (Marta) by the same author. E338 got some talent … let me tell ya. There is bunch of quality stuff in art / digital art and ad section as well … make sure to scroll though. If you guys need a nice fashion catalogue template, there is one in our freebie section. That’s it from me … enjoy!
If you or your workers could use some helpful tools getting back on track and staying ahead of the game, take advantage of these great finds designed to save you time and keep you organized. You’ll complete your to-do list in less time, more efficiently, and more effectively. They’re all very straightforward and easy to use, and most important of all – they’re all free!
Marking the release of the new Skyfall Teaser trailer online today, here is the @needledesign “50 YEARS OF JAMES BOND” print.
available here for £25
Easily keep track of your activity.
Punch In is a very useful application that will help you monitor your workflow without disrupting it.
Punch In eliminates the need to spend time writing notes about the hours you have worked.
We’ll be starting today with several beautiful flower photos. Make sure to check Poppies by Mandy Disher and the Purple Carnation by Anahita Narimani Cole. Let’s stick with the nature … instead of flora though, it’s gonna be about animals. Check the staring sheep photo titled Look. It’s definitelly worth it. Let’s move one section down … from the illustrations I would like to highlight Mercedes deBellard. Another one I like is the one at the bottom of the section called Fog by E338. If you’re inclining more towards traditional artworks, do not miss Solvent by Olga Noes. There are quite creative ads featured today as well … make sure to scroll through. At the very end, there is a nice Apple style navi bar available in the freebie section. Enjoy!
Like every week(end), I invite you to discover or rediscover: Robert Gaudette photography, Paris-based artist Julien Langendorff, Bright Light app concept for Ray-Ban, KAWS – The Nature of Need Interview, the Water Tower Chair by Mat Driscoll of Bellboy
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Street Charge is what design studio PENSA calls an “urban intervention.” It’s a solar-powered rest stop for the New Aesthetic, a place for your phone to sit dedicated to squeezing in a 5-minute email check without killing that last remaining sparks inside your smartphone battery.