Pinteresting New Page: Spring Looks
In case you were searching for spring wardrobe inspiration or new pinners to follow, check it out: we invited some of our favorite fashionistas to pin their collective chic onto our new featured boards page. And since we’re all about sharing your personal taste, we love seeing all the different things they’re pinning for sunny-day dressing. Expect radical ruffles and nothing less...
Pinning Tip: Let’s Discuss
We always like to say Pinterest is for sharing your taste and following people who have great taste too, so it just makes sense to get advice and ask questions with each other about some things that are on your mind. To get in on the new Discussions page, just plop a question mark in your description. Whatever you pin or repin will automatically show up in Discussions for fellow pinners to...
Max Wanger: Life, Love, and Everafter
Life, love, and everafter. Those are the main categories on Max Wanger’s portfolio, so before you even click your way inside, you’re pretty sure you’re in for something beautiful. Well, you’d be right about a hundred times over which is why we thought we’d put a few questions to the man behind the camera colander. First, what do you think are the basic facts about...
Pinning Tip: Highlight Your Description
Go ahead and try it: just highlight the text you want to include with your pin, then click Pin It and the selection will automatically pop into your description box. Less typing; more pinning, yes? Yes. PS: These screencaps were boosted from the Creature Comforts blog - in our opinion, a very nice place to test this feature.
Justina Blakeney: Director of Branding & Marketing
Full-disclosure: Justina is really awesome. I know this because I was lucky enough to work with her way-back-when, but nowadays she’s part of the creative energy behind Woolly Pocket, the creative director of her own design studio, Compai Creative, and somehow she finds time to guest-blog at Design for Mankind. Yeah. Exactly. So now you get to learn why Justina is awesome too, in case you don’t...
Mike McDowell: Clay Artist & Craftsman of Mudpuppy
With gorgeously curated boards we could scroll endlessly (and Like, and Like, and Like…), we had to interview prolific-pinner Mike McDowell. Oh, what? He has his own amazing ceramic creations for sale under the Etsy alias Mudpuppy? Alright Mike, time to answer a few questions for us curious pinners. Hi Mike! First, tell us a little about yourself. I am a clay artist and craftsman...