Designcollector teamed up with Readymag to deliver you a set of independent digital publications created with R/m Online Publishing Tool. We think this tool can be useful for anyone who is trying to avoid coding magazines in expensive software either desktop or online. With R/m you can create you mag in a matter of an hour by using awesome templates and grids. Just check out what we selected for this post.
Readymag was founded in 2012 starting with the simple idea that everyone can be a publisher. Finding inspiration in the beauty of printing and functionalist design philosophy, we started to rethink digital interfaces to build the most elegant, powerful and easy-to-use online publishing tool. At Readymag, we’re passionate about thoughtful design and truly believe that better tools empower people to self-express and inspire to create a better content. We are devoted continuing the work of the legendary forefathers of publishing Mr. Gutenberg and Mr. Mergenthaler — by building the printing press of the digital era.
They are road signs for your daily rituals — the instantly recognized symbols and icons you press, click and ogle countless times a day when you interact with your computer. But how much do you know about their origins?
Backpack, camera and two tickets — one to Jakarta and one back home a month later, the rest is up for adventure. One Month off Indonesia — Java, Bali, Gili, Lombok. Beautiful photo story by designer and photographer Anton Repponen.
8 Design Masterpieces from everyday life. Every day we use dozens of objects automatically, without special recognition of their existence — that's mainly because they work so well — that's what makes them the modest masterpieces of thought and design. [/twocol_one][twocol_one_last]
A quarterly moodboard that explores visual aesthetics, sound, simplicity, nature, celebrates greatness and joy. [/twocol_one_last]
The insight into the history of the amazing microcars.[/twocol_one][twocol_one_last]
The beauty of chemical reactions: 8 mind-blowing chemical behaviours in astonishing details.[/twocol_one_last]
Origins of 49 Olympic logos from the Games of Antiquity to Sochi 2014.
Night Cities from the window of the International Space Station shot by Russian cosmonaut.