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If you are feeling overwhelmed by the ever-growing list of to-do tasks and events in your digital calendar app, maybe it is time to go back to a simpler way to plan your time.
[Click here to view the video in this article] Product design platform InVision has just launched Studio, which it has described as “a powerful new tool that will change the way screen design is done.” Stating that this launch is a response to modern organizations’ need to focus on their digital user experience, InVision supposedly worked with some of the world’s best design teams to find out how they create their digital products in order to put together a tool that they would love to use.
Introducing InVision Studio: the World’s most powerful screen design tool AoiroStudio Oct 19, 2017 On a very quiet Wednesday, the awesome folks from InVision took the whole design community by the storm by announcing their latest game-changing screen design tool.
“Rotating colors can help keep your feed consistent, while giving you some breathing room for creativity.” It is almost impossible to have a thriving business these days without a social media strategy and decent following on the major platforms.
Obviously, that headline is misleading. And the above video is pretty messed up. But it’s pretty messed up inside the heads of Alex Jones’ viewers!
[ By SA Rogers in Design & Graphics & Branding. ] Science, art and dystopian fiction come together in a fascinating new project that puts a highly appropriate heat-sensitive twist on Ray Bradbury’s classic novel, Fahrenheit 451.
There’s no more perfect time than now to talk about Peleg Design’s Sugar House Bowl. With winter just beginning to set in and snowfall on its way very soon, the Sugar House Bowl takes one of winter’s most popular toys, the snow globe, and plays the product inspiration+association game beautifully by turning it into a sugar bowl that swaps confetti with sugar crystals.
Listen and learn from lively conversations about the business of creativity and creativity in business.
American artist James Stanford’s visually stunning and intricately constructed modern mandala series, Indra’s Jewels, will be premiered during Asian Art in London 2017.
Paintings by Tran Nguyen Tran Nguyen is an illustrator from Savannah, GA, USA. Born in Vietnam and raised in the States, she received a BFA in Illustration from Savannah College of Art and Design.
In case you didn’t get the memo, concrete is making it big in the design circuit… and it’s being highlighted in the most unusual places.
To celebrate 9 years, Ugmonk designed this special 9th Anniversary Set complete with tee, rose gold nine emblem and custom packaging.
All images via Owen Buggy This past April a massive 80-foot steel kraken was purposefully sunk into the Caribbean Sea on top of a decorated WW2 ship.
How did Michael Schmidt’s independent workshop change postwar German photography? By Sabrina Mandanici Michael Schmidt, Sozialarbeiterin beim Bezirksamt Wedding (Social worker at Wedding district offices), 1976–78, from the series Berlin-Wedding © Foundation for Photography and Media Art with the Michael Schmidt Archive In 1976, the same year that Bernd Becher inaugurated his now-famous photography class at the University of the Arts in Düsseldorf, Germany, the photographer Michael Schmidt founded the Werkstatt für Photographie.
“I consider that the essential elements for achieving a good editorial design are the several levels and the proper coding of information, composition rhythm, space management and the use of miscellaneous.”
Walter Gropius, Gropius House (Lincoln, Massachusetts, 1938) (courtesy Paul Marotta/Getty Images) “Absence of ornament has brought the other arts to unsuspected heights,” proclaimed Adolf Loos in his 1908 essay and lecture “Ornament and Crime.” The quote precedes the hundreds of photographs of modernist homes compiled in the new book Ornament is Crime: Modernist Architecture by Matt Gibberd and Albert Hill.
Daily Design Inspiration AoiroStudio Oct 18, 2017 Part of the Daily Design Inspiration series that started it all on Abduzeedo.
The 19th-century Park Slope building had been out of use for over 20 years New York City-based design and architecture firm Na-Da, or New Amsterdam Design Associates, has completed a gut renovation of a 19th-century mixed-use building that had been out of use for over 20 years in Brooklyn’s Park Slope neighborhood.
Trevor Paglen, “It Began as a Military Experiment” (2017), set of 10 pigment prints, glossy finish (all images courtesy the artist and Metro Pictures) Trevor Paglen’s latest body of work, A Study of Invisible Images, is riddled with contradictions — starting, of course, with its title.
Neon Dreams – exploring Tokyo through the lens of Matthieu Bühler. Matthieu Bühler is a German-French graphic designer and photographer who currently lives and works in Tokyo, Japan.