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.
He is name Alexei (aka Karanak), and he is one of concept artists working on Star Conflict’s design.
Today we’re starting a “making of” series with this post about one of the largest ships in the game. he’ll guide you through the work process.
It’s not only you who is currious what has been prepared for today by my colleagues in another set of creative daily inspirations. Let’s take a look. There are two amazing wild nature photos which deserve your attention. The first one is a beautiful white horse photo titled Wild at heart by IrenaS. The other one is the lion couple obviously arguing in the artwork called Lava i piatti. From the illustrations section my pick is probably the longest artwork we had here on Cruzine called Squid by Konrad Kirpluk. We got more though … In the art / digital art section do no miss Self by Emma Über and kind of a creepy artwork called Baba’s Knight by Feline Zegers. If you think in Ukraine you won’t find amazing artchitecture … think again after checking S-house, Ukraine by KO+KO Architects. Do not forget to check today’s freebie section as well … there is a nice web theme available by Moon Themes called Cobera Simple. Enjoy!
Hooper Selection is a method of cursor movement and text selection for tablet devices, designed with the goal of making text editing more efficient. It consists of a set of gestures the user can make over the system keyboard to adjust the cursor or selection position.
Meant to connect Hong Kong to Beijing, the Express Rail Link West Kowloon Terminus is said to become the largest underground high-speed rail station in the world. This stunning modern concept was designed by Andrew Bromberg of international architecture studio Aedas and its completion is programmed for 2015. In three years time, the huge 4,628,481 square feet (430,000 square meters) contemporary terminal in central Hong Kong will be prepared with 15 tracks for high-speed trains reaching maximum speeds of 124 mph. Helping travelers get from one city to the other in 48 minutes opposed to the current 100 minutes train ride, the dazzling terminal is also an example of how far technology and architecture have come together. Starting with the first impression, this undulating building will change the city’s face – promising to proudly display Hong Kong’s bold and vanguard character. Rising 148 feet high above the surroundings, the structure’s roof line acts as dynamic-shaped pedestrian trails alongside green spaces. This park/terminal hybrid fabricates a promised view of the future. Continue reading »
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Ray Ban Bright Light is a funny mobile app that will help you finding the sunny spots in your city, the places where you can enjoy the sun without the visual noise of the buildings. No more shade on your way! This app helps people to get the most out of the sun and their sunglasses, since the app is sponsored by Ray-Ban.
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