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August 11, 2009


It's not an uncommon site in studios, from graphic design to painting and architecture, to see idea boards with dozens of magazine clippings, photocopies and drawings. What if you could have a digital image idea board as well? Vi.sualize.us is just that. Similar to the popular bookmarking site Del.icio.us, you'll need to create an account, download a browser add on, and then you'll be ready to go. See an image you like, click it, tag it, and save it to Vi.sualize.us account. The site always saves the original context of the image too, so you'll never have to go searching for the website where you first found an image. Plus, you can browse others' collections of images that might become your own favorites, too, and if you want to share your finds with Facebook friends, Vi.sualize.us has an application for that.

Posted by hthrlowe at August 11, 2009 12:09 PM


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