Joe Marianek of Pentagram shares his design process for the OnDesign logo that is part of creativity.com. Find out his steps as he moves through the process of the logo’s design. “When I started on the assignment to create a logo for OnDesign, I hesitated. As a patron of many online design rags, I have…
TypeTalk: Are free fonts worth the price? http://bit.ly/HhIIJ Techniques for choosing free fonts.
Shared from: Web 2.0 Expo blog
Inspired by LinkedIn’s Communication Arts Group’s discussion forum post:”When you learned to work on a computer, did you take classes or teach yourself?”, I want to pose the question: How valuable are traditonal design skills like thumbnailing (preliminary sketches and verbalization), and marker and paper comping? Are they still being used today? Are they being…
“WordCamp San Francisco is a conference organized by the creators of WordPress for our users and developers. Everyone from casual users to core developers participate, share ideas, and get to know each other. The event is open to WordPress.com & WordPress.org users alike.” http://2009.sf.wordcamp.org/
Hot Studio CEO, Maria Guidice talks about their work on Dave Egger’s Once Upon a School Project.
Continuum’s take of design strategy. This video is shared from the designthinkers weblog
Thinking about Design Thinking: an emerging literature? http://bit.ly/f0MFp I’m sharing a post from the designthinkers weblog.
Oftentimes, I hear the need to design for a cross-cultural audience. Given that the world, has become a “small” place relatively speaking, and pop/current culture seems to manifest similary thoughout this world (example: jazz/hip hop/literature/fashion), I’m asking myself, what is a cross-cultural audience?