This post is part of a weekly series featuring the latest buzz around the Spry Hive.
“I don’t believe in art. I believe in artists.” – Marcel Duchamp
If you’re in the St. Louis area, make your way over the World Chess Hall of Fame in the Central West End to experience their latest exhibit: Tom Hackney: Corresponding Squares: Painting the Chess Games of Marcel Duchamp. Members of Spry hit the opening Thursday night, where artist Tom Hackney described his paintings as representing the chess moves in matches between Marcel Duchamp and notable opponents.
Fonts.com surveys their lovely typography-driven mastheads, designed by internal and famous guest designers.
The designer’s struggle is real. [Lorem F# Ipsum]
An article about finding the visual center of designs.
User Experience Design
Brushing up on your UX? Here are the Top 10 User Experience Articles for May.
Web Design & Development
Straight from WordCamp St. Louis, Ryan Markel shares why and how you should do a code review on your WordPress projects.
New to Drupal 8? These Drupal 8 Activity Cards are a good place to start.
Jen Simmons wants to help web designers break out of the boxes so common in grid-based design. So, she has launched this site that hosts some of her experiments with web layouts.
In the latest RWD podcast, the team from Vox Media discusses their approach for the responsive redesign of the Curbed website.
We were hyped to see this new teaser trailer for Twin Peaks Season 3.
This three part series by Girls Who Code skewers stereotypes about women in tech.
WSJ shows the difference between political affiliations in this social media aggregator.
Google ups the ante for desirable VR tech with the Tilt Brush.
See you next week!