Archive for September, 2006


Gossip in LA.

September 30, 2006

BritBoy in LA.


Britboy in L.A. is an irreverent and oh so slightly absurdist trip through the world of celebrity, guided by Los Angeles’ requisite BritBoy, Alexx Shannon.

BritBoy in L.A. “Where the stars go to find out about themselves!”


Creating Happy customers.

September 30, 2006



Creating products customers love is his passion. Good design results from a combination of insight, imagination, and know-how. This creative Jambalya is necessary for a successful and delicious product; and he happen to be a really great cook.


Cars with a special accent.

September 30, 2006



Serious Wheels originally hit the web on March 15,320-2007-lamborghini-murcielago-lb640-versace-ra.gif

 1999, when it was known as Motional Memories. 

 The latter name derives from a classic car showroom operated in Port Jervis, NY during the mid-90s.  On May 15, 2003, the site name was changed to Serious Wheels, as both a better all-around name and one more inclusive of collectible contemporary cars.


The Beauty of German Cars.

September 30, 2006

The german CarBlog.


Delivering news and opinion about Audi, Bentley, Bugatti, Lamborghini, VW and Porsche.


Customer experience.

September 30, 2006

Good Experience.


Widely credited for popularizing “customer experience” online, Mark Hurst has worked since the birth of the Web to make Internet technology easier to use. In 2002, Hurst was named “one of the 1,000 most creative individuals in the U.S.” in Richard Saul Wurman’s book 1,000. InfoWorld magazine named Hurst Netrepreneur of the Year in 1999.

Mark Hurst is the founder and host of the Gel conference (Good Experience Live), which was first held on May 2, 2003 in New York City. Gel 2007 will be held on Thursday and Friday, April 19-20, 2007 in New York City.

Hurst is also known for founding Creative Good, the world’s first user experience consulting firm, which he runs with Phil Terry in New York City.

Hurst’s Good Experience newsletter has tens of thousands of subscribers worldwide. (Sign up for free) The Good Experience newsletter and Gel conference are owned by Hurst’s media company, Good Experience, Inc.

Previously, Hurst was director of product development at Yoyodyne, an early Internet marketing firm founded by Seth Godin and later bought by Yahoo. Hurst began his Internet career as a graduate researcher at the MIT Media Lab. He holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in computer science from MIT.

Hurst’s most recent free report, Managing Incoming E-mail: What Every User Needs to Know, has been downloaded by over 100,000 Net users worldwide.


For industrial Designers, and everybody who likes nice things.

September 29, 2006



Since 1995 has served a devoted global audience of industrial designers ranging from students through seasoned professionals. Core77 publishes articles, discussion forums, an extensive event calendar, hosts portfolios, job listings, a database of design firms, schools, vendors and services. Core77 provides a gathering point for designers and enthusiasts alike by producing design competitions, lecture series, parties, and exhibits.


Graphic Design from a professional view.

September 29, 2006



Founded in 1985, HOW Magazine provides graphic-design professionals with essential business information, covers new technology and processes, profiles renowned and up-and-coming designers, details noteworthy projects, and provides creative inspiration. The year-end Business Annual has become a respected resource for its articles about studios across the U.S. In addition, HOW holds annual Self-Promotion, International and Interactive Design competitions and features the results in special issues. Other frequently profiled topics include digital design, creativity, typography and paper. The magazine is published in Cincinnati by F&W Publications.