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Help Wanted: Open Source Oscilloscope on Rigol Hardware

We’ve often heard (and said) if you can’t hack it, you don’t own it. We noticed that has issued a call for help on his latest project: developing… 237 more words

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Spotting the Principles- Revlon


Today’s spotting is an advertisement from Revlon. Featuring Emma Stone and New Revlon Super Lustrous Lipgloss.

Revlon Story

The company started in 1932 with the first fingernail polish that was not clear or transparent. 737 more words


Typography in Design


The image was found on a website that promoted font websites.

I couldn’t find an author of the image, but the author of the web page  238 more words


Design & Color: Oreos

Oreo’s. Who doesn’t love them? I chose to do my reverse engineer post on an ad produced by Nabisco for the Superbowl in 2013. Below is the original ad. 685 more words

McDonald's: Tasty Typography

This McDonald’s advertisement from 1969 was designed to try and spread excitement about their new sandwich. In order to draw attention they use a heavier font to get the memorable catch phrase at the top remembered. 216 more words


Looking at the Typography on an Advertisement for Photography

For this post, I am reviewing some of the different typographical choices for this Photography advertisement design, and why I feel that they work well together. 239 more words


ESP32’s Freedom Output Lets You Do Anything

The ESP32 is Espressif’s new wonder-chip, and one of the most interesting aspects of its development has been the almost entirely open-source development strategy that they’re taking. 207 more words