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Photo of the day: Burn Calories, Not Electricity

While attending Smart Experience’s Web Navigation Design workshop with Jim Kalbach at the Center for Architecture, I noticed this great sign by the elevator: Burn Calories, Not Electricity Take the Stairs! Walking up the stairs just 2 minutes a day helps prevent weight gain. It also helps the environment. I did a little investigation and [Keep Reading…]

Photo of the day: Warning! Guard Dogs

I was walking down the street with Dan Rollman of URDB and spotted the most perfect irony. I managed to get my camera out just in time; the dog looked at me just as I snapped the pic, then ran away. Wish I could remember what store it was so I could send them this. [Keep Reading…]

Photo of the day: 25″ Sharp tube TV + 12 Bud Lights

I saw this great sign posted in an apartment building. The seller is clearly a genius — anyone who’d still want a 25″ tube TV must obviously love Bud Light.

Photo of the day: How do we call agent??

As I was walking down the jetway about to board an American Airlines flight from MIA to LGA, I noticed this sign mounted next to an employee phone. It’s amazing to me when people write questions on signs as though someone is going to answer them. Do they come back later to check? Well in [Keep Reading…]

Photo of the day: Hebrew elevator

Okay, so this isn’t really a Hebrew elevator. It’s in a building in San Francisco, actually the offices of Cooper Design. I took a course there two years ago and found these buttons to be so ridiculous I just had to take a pic. I call it a Hebrew elevator because the numbers are laid [Keep Reading…]

Photo of the day: Keep dog’s away

Consider the number of people that must have seen this sign before it was posted: the writer, the printer, the sign manufacturer, the installer, the building manager. And not one knows how to spell, or cared enough to fix the mistake. Amazing.

Photo of the day: Yes if no

Orian got this hilarious survey in the mail and saved it for me cuz he knew I’d get a kick out of it. (He knows me so well!) I knew something was off immediately, but I had to stare at it for a moment before I could see what the heck was going on. Do [Keep Reading…]