Noted: Shades of Grey: Thoughts on Sketching

This article by Will Evans, Director, Experience Design for Semantic Foundry is quite insightful on the importance of sketching as part of the design process. “In designing mostly interactive systems (spaces, processes, and artifacts for people to use), I must increasingly stretch the limits of communication tools to explore and document what it will be…More

Noted: YouTube Adds A Video Editor

I’m always pleased when I “find out” about “new” tools that allow people to work without having to expend lots of money, and I did that today (23 June 2010) when I read an article in Television Broadcast (TVB), about YouTube adding a video editor (Google video editor post). This is great news not only…More

Noted: the mehallo blog. beta. » Jeanne Ampersands

the mehallo blog. beta. » Jeanne Ampersands. Sharing a post from one of my favorite designer’s blog-Steve Mehallo. Who would have thought that the ampersand could be so beautiful. Steve is a true artisan and creates some of the most incredible fonts around.More

Noted: Why We Should Teach Design Early | Blog | design mind

“Designers, through training and experience, develop a different lens through which to see the world. They move through spaces, environments, and systems, making observations and developing insights about what works well and what doesn’t. They then use those observations and insights to create innovative solutions for everyday problems. If design is the crossroads of beauty…More

Noted: The Value Of Intuition In Design Thinking

Very nice perspective from Nathan Sinsabaugh at Kristian Andersen + Associates. For full article, click the link just below: The Role of Intuition in Design Thanks to Diana Howard for making me aware of this article.More

Noted: A Compelling Ad Campaign

Let’s hope this doesn’t come to fruition. Very nice and compelling campaign. Climate Rescue Weblog: World leaders apologise for climate failure in Copenhagen airport ads From Greenpeace’s weblog. Click the link below to see the full campaign. Climate Rescue Weblog: World leaders apologise for climate failure in Copenhagen airport ads Posted using ShareThisMore