My top website pick is also the most minimal. Stare into an empty field and listen to the sounds of nature when you can’t IRL. This is meditation for the digital native.
Now is this genius or what? Designed by Torafu Architects, the Clopen is a minimalistic wafer-like floating shelf with a covert 23mm drawer for secret objects you don’t want anyone to find. To up the ninja factor you could probably hide shurikens in there for one of these emergency domestic situations.
Info-graphics and witty illustrations have been all the rage since IBM’s Smart Planet campaign. So it’s refreshing to see someone create some smart posters for actual positive change. Mental disorders are difficult enough to explain in words, but by using intelligent colour and shape choices, Patrick Smith makes sense of these conditions. The result are intuitive and instantly understandable minimalist posters that get to the core of these mental disorders. Guess it doesn’t work if you’re colourblind.