Daft Punk

“Technology has made music accessible in a really philosophically interesting way, but when everybody has the ability to make magic, it’s like there’s no magic.” –Thomas Bangalter from Daft Punk

Daft Punk became truly legendary electronic retro-futurist duo that has its awesome phenomenon in modern culture and style. They continue to excite the world with their awesomely magical music 🎹 for more than twenty years since the debut album “Homework”.

To me it’s one of the best music choices for a geek creative synonymous to UX. Still awesomely ✨ enigmatic, glamorous and very nicely done music 🎵 for public of many ages.

Google material design

“Material Design is a visual language that synthesizes the classic principles of good design with the innovation of technology and science.” –Material.io

Google’s Material Design truly seems something very original, fresh and nice in today’s web design trends.

Material Design is guided by print design methods — typography, grids, space, scale, color, and imagery.

Design system is inspired by the physical world and its textures, including how they reflect light and cast shadows.

Material surfaces re-imagine the mediums of paper, color and ink.


There’s a need of brand-name content only. No constructed keywords, no google books of your far distant relatives and name sakes, no useless random graphs and page scans and other such crap. Have to have top rated content of like images, videos and blog posts. Reminds me of Interstellar movie somehow, when astronaut tried to speak through a book shelf being in another dimension matrix. Like it’s something hidden beneath those books on the shelf, most strong wishes and fears. That’s of course if it’s a top rated content about your name, only exactly what you need and would like to showcase. That’s not that easy to achieve. Why! And at least that’s another artful outlook on this issue, that keeps it a little more crystal-clear and even vital.