Easy. Have you ever looked at a picture of yourself taken several years ago? Odds are, you thought, “Oh geez. Look at my hair and clothes. What was I thinking?” When we look back at our Web work it’s a similar scenario. Animated gifs doing goofy things and other strangeness. Then, along came Flash. Whoa. Flash opened the doors to the additional dimensions of movement, time and sound. Motion designers, such as the late, great Hillman Curtis , showed... CONTINUE READING
Professor Elizabeth Resnick was one of the AIGA members who contributed artwork. Twelve years later, Resnick put together a collection of political posters from our digital age: posters created not by ad agencies or even nonprofits, but by individuals. I viewed highlights from Resnick’s collection at the Art Director’s Club in New York City. At the opening of Graphic Advocacy, Professor Resnick, along with noted art director and author Steve Heller, and graphic design legend Milton Glaser, best known... CONTINUE READING
However, many students find it hard to attend university due to several obstacles such as the cost, location and time flexibility. With technology and internet available to almost everyone, providing online degrees has become available with many universities giving students a chance to attend courses from anywhere around the globe. Over the past few years the online or the distance learning education system has become very popular. Online degrees are gaining more credibility than ever before especially after top... CONTINUE READING
With regards to web applications the agency explain “Our web applications are forward thinking, user-centered and embrace every pixel, every megabyte, every device that the web has to offer”. The goal of this particular project “Telstra Accelerate” was to create an online learning solution for Telstra’s sales team. However, they wanted to create something different, something that made the learning experience sophisticated and stunning. Loud&Clear explain that “with over 750 pages of power points, PDFs, tables and graphs, Loud&Clear’s... CONTINUE READING
The range consists of recycled glass bottles and bold typography emblazoned across all packaging. As Sabrina Messineo, founder of Les Indiennes’ explains, “research undertaken for typography and label style included ideas retrieved from old books and trips to small Italian villages observing old shops and signs.” We spoke to Matteo Civaschi, Executive Creative Director and Senior Designer at H-57, finding out more about this vibrant branding collaboration… What was the brief for your design work with Les Indiennes? It... CONTINUE READING
A good and creative business card can most definitely make all the difference in the first impression that you have on someone. So here are a few business cards that stand out from the crowd: 1. Business Cards For A Make-up Artist Lesha Limonov explains the challenge which was to “Come up with an artistic business card that looks like nothing else and allows to create new images within given concept”. And the solution? “We created a business card... CONTINUE READING
Back Bone Branding Design Take-Away Cups That Allow You To Change Facial Expression Of Cup Personage
Whatever mood you are in whether you are feeling tired or happy Backbone Branding have very cleverly created these cups so you can actually interact with your cup and they have made them so that people can re-use them again and again. The design firm created a whole new identity for Gawatt coffee. They explain that they they were briefed to create the “Identity of a take-out coffee-shop in steampunk style”. They go on outline the solution to this... CONTINUE READING
Where: New World Stages, New York City, 340 West 50th St, New York, NY 10019. Workshop Venue: Lighthouse Executive Conference Center, 111 E 59th St (Park Ave & E 59th),New York, NY 10022 When: November 3 To November 5, 2014 Cost: $ 399.00 – $1099.00 (early bird rate available) Discount: 10% Disount Code: GRAPHIC REGISTER HERE This is a 4 day-long of workshop organized by the best in the industry covering a large number of technial topics and offering... CONTINUE READING
Scott Wilson spoke to GraphicDesign.com about how these poster came about and explained “As huge Mustang fans, we’re always fascinated by anything that has to do with classic cars, so we’re always thinking of new ideas. A few of us were watching the FIFA World Cup and it was USA vs Germany. Germany was clearly the better team but the US was hanging in there. Someone said something like “If this were car vs car, a Mustang would totally... CONTINUE READING
Do not judge a book by it’s cover – but readers certainly do. It is the first thing that people see and they certainly expect the cover to relate to the book which in the case of this new version of “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” it really doesn’t seem to. The publishers say on their facebook page: “This design is in recognition of the book’s extraordinary cultural impact and is one of the few children’s books to be... CONTINUE READING
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