Client: Prof. Deborah Krikun. Designer: Patrick B. Timespan: ?/?/15 – 5/5/15 (Ask prof. before class) Overview The goal for Digital Design 1 (ART 112A) was to create a poster for a hypothetical ad-campaign, to promote my choice of a sustainable organization. This poster had to feature an object that be considered representative of the … Continue reading Case Study: Digital Design – ART 112A
I really like the idea behind open-source software – but in my experience, GPL software tends to rarely be as functional and polished as their commercial counterparts. GIMP has it’s quirks, but I find it agreeable, and I sometimes use it in place of Photoshop for hobbyist stuff. The interface is very similar to Photoshop’s, and so I can … Continue reading Some open-source animation software to consider
http://www.bbc.com/news/health-31690358 So, according to South Korean scientists, drinking a lot of coffee cleans your arteries and puts you at lower risk of heart disease. They studied 25,000 office employees to figure this out. A lot of people are still sceptical though. Now, how is this relevant to design? Well, I tend to consume a lot … Continue reading Coffee might actually be good for you, apparently.
Here’s another article, this time comparing physical data storage and online cloud storage. For me, it’s pretty relevant considering an incident that occurred lately that I’d prefer not to speak of. Needless to say, in my opinion, go with both – unless you have something you really do not want leaked all over the internet … Continue reading Cloud vs Physical Storage
A while back, an old friend of mine linked me to this article that closely examines the use of typography and graphic design in Alien, and how it is used to enrich the setting of the film. It’s a fairly long read, but an interesting one, that really shines light on how small, subtle details … Continue reading Typeset In The Future – Alien