Callum Powel
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Place photos extending from a corner gives a an interesting display and makes use of corners that are often wasted.  Never thought to put a cluster of pictures in a corner ! Looks great too.

For corner in front of stairs. One chair and a side table. Place photos extending from a corner gives a an interesting display and makes use of corners that are often wasted. Never thought to put a cluster of pictures in a corner !

I adore everything @david_rollyn creates. I use his simple images to lead my fourth graders in directed drawing lessons. They always feel successful and leave my room with a beautiful work of art bits amazing what a little vision and a black pen can creat

I adore everything creates. I use his simple images to lead my fourth graders in directed drawing lessons. They always feel successful and leave my room with a beautiful work of art bits amazing what a little vision and a black pen can creat

Discovering ideas 1

The first illustration in series called "Discovering ideas" markusmagnusson.

wanted to make another little dude to go with my lumber jack and gnomey icons...good things come in three's they say. I'm not sure who 'they' are though so don't quote me!

wanted to make another little dude to go with my lumber jack and gnomey icons.good things come in three's they say.

RockGroup is an Infographic theme that offers infinite options for creation of the unique layout for your website.WordPress version is available here: http://themeforest.net/item/rock-group-multipurpose-infographic-theme/9855659

RockGroup is an Infographic theme that offers infinite options for creation of the unique layout for your website.

5 psychology secrets for great interaction design

5 psychology secrets for great interaction design Good resource when wireframing, so that I know where to arrange everything for max impact

https://medium.com/@mikeatherton/ux-is-ui-105460807734

This picture is a ¨metaphor¨ for how much better actually planning and testing out a solution (or Design Thinking) is compared to just going ahead and linearly planing something out, showed by the quality of the roads you can take.