Watch this short video by Susan Kare, graphic designer about the design of icons and typeface for some of the major media brands in the world. Fascinating to hear how some of the most iconic, recognizable graphics came to be.
It is fascinating to see how architects as designers portray their work digitally. For some firms it is obvious that they have outsourced this critical marketing and consider quantity is better than quality. For others it is seen as an extension of their design direction… Ironically and this is coming from an architect who also
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Follow the link to a great article about introducing design to all forms of presentation… Teaching designers to be researchers : Observatory: Design Observer.
Rick Valicenti interview on his work and as design director of THIRST. RICK VALICENTI, ON THE IMPORTANCE OF COLLABORATION.
Whilst this technology is amazing (check out the video) it does excuse not taking care with the photography… Behind All the Buzz: Deblur Sneak Peek | PHOTOSHOP.COM BLOG.