Hello and welcome to the Rabbit & Hare blog, this is Cloudburst 28.
Cloudburst is the eclectic collection of everything that’s caught our eye online and offline. Here’s what we’ve been watching, listening, reading, dreaming and talking about at Rabbit & Hare this week.
This week we’ve been reading
Medium – It’s time for a new kind of creative company
Mark Manson – Screw finding your passion
Creative Review – How to have great ideas
Creative Review – The case for connecting creativity and production
Wired – Iconic Designer Susan Kare Explains How ⌘ Came to Be
Wired – Pentagram’s Punchy, Shapeshifting Typeface Takes Countless Forms
The Guardian – Five facts that show how the advertising industry fails women
The Next Web – 8 habits of veteran UX designers
This week we’ve been browsing
Wandrr – The app that takes you the long way round
Startup Fucking Advice
Craft – Tools for Sketch & Photoshop powered by real data
Celebrating the Land Rover Defender – Guardian readers share their photos and stories
Blood – A new type of creative agency
This week we’ve been watching
This week we’ve been visiting
The World of Charles & Ray Eames at the Barbican.
Charles and Ray Eames are among the most influential designers of the 20th century, this great exhibition gives an insight into their prolific output and relationship. Some of the most beautiful items are letters sent to friends and family. Well worth a visit, makes you feel inspired.
Quote of the week
“If you only focus on the things that annoy you, you’ll never have time for the things that inspire you” – Mark Nolte