Anytime my inbox has a message from Jonathan Harris it just makes my day.
See his latest Cowbird project, for visual storytelling. For us.
Stories that would last forever.
if you have homework due, do not click on the link below.
MoMA – Talk to Me
The purpose of design began to shift in the late 20th century from utility toward a more holistic combination of purpose and meaning.
Thus far, 21st-century culture is centered on interaction:
“I communicate, therefore I am” is the defining affirmation of contemporary existence, and objects and systems that were once charged only with formal elegance and functional soundness are now also expected to have personalities. Contemporary designers do not just provide function, form, and meaning, but also must draft the scripts that allow people and things to develop and improvise a dialogue.
Posted in Exhibition Design, FYI, Info graphics, Inspiration, iPad, User Experience, User Interface
Tagged data visualization, exhibition, Infographics, Inspiration, interface, MoMA, story telling, talk to me
For those who share the passion for info graphics and data visualization: visual.ly
Fall semester is over. It was a great term, a bit ‘greater’ than others for many reasons. Often I wonder about the ability of education not only to teach (design in our case), but also to discuss integrity, respect, and other values one wants to embrace as a working professional.
id29 offered the following piece with 29 Things [All] Designers Need to Know
Don’t Fear Type
Collect and Share
Make Mistakes (!)
Keep A Sketchbook
(via Felt & Wire)
Adobe’s 2010 Design Achievement Awards application features a fun interactive user interface.
A nice option to browse and filter (by country or medium) categories through color coding and cross selections.