Every movement begins with a moment.
Moxie FutureX Intern Pedro Arevalo explores how Processing can help you prototype your data-driven ideas — and learn the basics of programming along the way.
A powerful force determines if a user will be successful in finding what they are looking for on your site. And contrary to popular belief, it has nothing to do with the number of clicks it takes to get where they want to go. Find out why counting clicks is a thing of the past and what you should be looking at instead.
Adrienne Sangastiano shares 5 ways to become more active in the wearable health care ecosystem.
As we approach the 2016 election year, branding is playing a key role in each presidential candidate’s campaigns — especially when it comes to their logos. Moxie’s May Williams explores what it takes to make a logo that will win votes.
Whether you’re building an eCommerce website, a temporary landing page or even an entire social networking platform, your first plan of attack should always be the same. One word: wireframes.
Want to design a truly exceptional digital experience? Then get your User Interface Developer involved from the start.
New York City-based graphic designer and facial hair enthusiast Michael Allen has brilliantly created a new font using his own facial hair as inspiration. The Alpha Beard series includes punctuation in addition to bold and medium variations, each formed...
Josh Cooley, a story supervisor at Pixar Animation Studios, best known for his work on Up, Ratatouille and Cars, has recently tried his hand at more adult subject matter. While we might still be many years away from Pixar's take on Silence of the Lambs, Conley has applied the same kid friendly animation style to some iconic scenes from classic R-rated movies.
Paris mayoral candidate Nathalie Koziuscot-Morizet has made quite a stir with her plans to revive old and abandoned Parisian metro stations. Not only would Koziuscot-Morizet be the first female to ever hold the title of mayor in the capital...
Mexico based art director and illustrator John Raya took the 32 teams in the NFL and mixed them up with characters from the Star Wars universe to come up with a football league from a galaxy far, far away. Raya makes a fantastic effort to maintain each team's color scheme and basic visual identity...