As most of you already know, Little Big Details is a side project that emerged before we started working on Gidsy.com. Since then, Little Big Details has grown quite a bit and last week we celebrated a new milestone of having 125.000+ followers on tumblr.
Building an online design community has been incredibly fulfilling, but now we want to take it to the next level and create an offline design community as well. This brings us back to one of the reasons we created Gidsy: to bring together people from all over world to share, explore & learn about each others’ passions.
Having access to design workshops and tours all over the world will bring a whole new dimension to traveling and exploring your local city and culture. We’d love for you to play a role in making this a reality! You can join us by organizing activities yourself, or you can have a look at what design related activities are already happening.
- Floris & Andrew
Pair - When entering a security code, the form shows hearts instead of dots to mask the digits.
iTunes - When adding a free item to a Wish List, an alert reminds you that you can download it right away.
Dropbox - The dropbox forces developers to test their app before they can release the app in “production” status.
Harvest - When you leave a tab open on today’s timesheet and return to that tab the next day, it warns you that it’s a new day and provides a link to the new timesheet.
/via Mark van Lent
Youtube - The settings icon spins when you change quality of the video until it stabilizes.