January 13th, 2009

Why just Yay!Monday when you can Yay!Everyday?


I’ve been a huge fan of Yay!Monday, an inspirational collection of cool design and thought-provoking imagery that refreshes—you guessed it—every Monday. Um, yay!

But, I must admit, it left me longing for Monday on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday… well, you get the idea.

Now, the curator of Yay!Monday, Vancouver’s Chris Kalani, has launched a new site to solve that problem. Introducing Yay!Everyday.

Yay Everyday

Yay!Everyday is curated by a community of users, ensuring that there’s always something new and interesting to see. And it’s got a fresh and eclectic feel that reminds me of other amazing inspirational design sites like k10k, surfstation, and Design is Kinky. But unlike those sites, Yay!Everyday is right here in our own backyard.

It’s always great to see another combination of creativity, design, and technology in the Silicon Forest. But most of all, I’m just thrilled I don’t have to wait until Monday to get my Yay! on.

If you’re lucky enough to secure an invite code, you’ll soon be submitting creative content that is sure to inspire your peers and fans. Otherwise, spend some time flipping through the content collected by the current participants.

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2 Responses to “Why just Yay!Monday when you can Yay!Everyday?”

  1. marie says:

    I’m desesperatly searching for an invitation code…I’m going to study web design next year Could someone please send me one? carmande/at/hotmail/dot/com

  2. [...] of Kalani’s site has me thinking that it could fill up pretty quickly. Especially if his other sites like yay!everyday are any [...]


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