WWF Free Rivers on the App Storehttps://itunes.apple.com/us/app/wwf-free-rivers/id1349935575?ls=1&mt=8WWF Free Rivers puts an entire landscape in your hands. Through this immersive, augmented reality experience, you’ll discover a river that flows through the lives of people and wildlife, and how their homes depend on those flows. Dam the river to see what happens, and then try different options for…
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Don’t Forget To Be Awesome – DFTBAhttps://store.dftba.comWe help creative people make a living doing the work they love. And, of course, we want their customers and communities to have the best possible experience and receive high quality products.
Life lessons I wish I’d learned a decade ago – Business Insiderhttp://www.businessinsider.com/life-lessons-i-wish-id-learned-a-decade-ago-2018-4Life lessons often come from experience, but hopefully my advice can keep you from having to learn them the hard way.
Exclusive: Chat is Google’s next big fix for Android’s messaging mess – The Vergehttps://www.theverge.com/2018/4/19/17252486/google-android-messages-chat-rcs-anil-sabharwal-imessage-texting?ref=donvy.comA top-tier Android phone can cost upwards of a thousand dollars, and for that money, you’ll get some amazing features. It will have a stellar screen, top-flight camera, gobs of storage, and an absolutely atrocious texting experience. As a result of Google’s “try everything” approach to messaging, the company currently has four major competing messaging apps: Hangouts, Allo, Duo, and Android Messages.
Netflix Movies Better Than Porn – Movies With Sex Scenes and Nudity on Netflixhttps://www.cosmopolitan.com/sex-love/g19342692/netflix-porn-movies/Good porn has its time and place, but particularly steamy movies offer an experience entirely their own. Lucky for all of us, there’s a slew of great picks on Netflix right this minute. If you’re someone who’s searching for a streaming situation that delves more into character, tension-filled moments, and even just slightly more realistic portrayals of sex and relationships, look no further than these nine flicks.
Ageing Asia and its healthcare workforce: An impending public health crisis?https://today.mims.com/ageing-asia-and-its-healthcare-workforce-an-impending-public-health-crisisAccording to a recent report published by the World Health Organisation (WHO), South-East Asian countries will experience one of the largest increase in the total number of healthcare workers by 2030. It is estimated that the region will have just under 11 million qualified health workers including physicians, nurses and midwives, dentists, pharmacists, and all other related categories.
How to design for Virtual Reality – Inborn Experience – Mediumhttps://medium.com/inborn-experience/how-to-design-for-virtual-reality-66d62e88791?ref=donvy.comToday we’re going to talk about Virtual Reality, yes, the trendy thing everyone is talking about. Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, Samsung Gear, all that kind of stuff. But we’re going to talk more specifically about User Experience and User Interface in VR, and for everyone’s concern, User Experience and User Interface in VR are completely different than in normal web interfaces.
https://www.wired.com/story/email-is-broken-can-anyone-fix-it/?mbid=nl_120117_gadgetlab_list1_p2Gmail, Outlook, and some exciting startups are all trying to rebuild email for 2017. Over the past decade or so, the rise in smartphones turned email into a primarily mobile experience, but the rules of engagement never caught up. You’d never sign your name to a text message—so why do it in an email? So much email correspondence involves scheduling or questions, and a lot of conversational fluff just slows down the process. Writing a text message rarely feels taxing, but every email feels like a huge cognitive load.
Tibetan monks create spectacular sand painted artworks to celebrate the transience of life | DesignFaveshttps://www.designfaves.com/2014/05/tibetan-monks-create-spectacular-sand-painted-artworks-to-celebrate-the-transience-of-lifeSand painting is considered one of the most unique artistic traditions of Buddhism. Here we have a group of Buddhist monks from India who travel the world in a sacred quest to heal our uneasy souls. It takes enormous amounts of patience and experience, not to mention physical and spiritual energy, to create a true Tibetan sand mandala. It takes days, sometimes weeks for the monks to perfectly lay millions of grains of multicolored sand onto a shared platform, until it becomes a truly overwhelming work of art.