If you can’t invest the time in developing and aligning on a good brief, why should your company invest (potentially) millions of dollars in A&P to execute it?
The PC is dead. Long live the tablet revolution. But what does the end of the PC era really mean for the future of computing?
Yes, it’s here. Already. CS6. Too soon. Definitely? Sorry to see it? Definitely not. It’s awesome. Not in the “They’re bringing back Firefly!” realm, but still pretty awesome as an app set.
Here’s a great analogy from SmashingMag running comic, The FLEATY: The Geek Bug. The cartoons are dedicated to design and Web development, but also have a comic twist about everything happening around the Web as well as give you some insights behind the curtains of Smashing Magazine.
Strokes are core to drawing in Illustrator, and for Illustrator CS6, the ability to apply gradients on strokes will let designers transform simple paths into visually complex and compelling shapes.
Apple appears to be spearheading a new ad campaign featuring high profile celebrities and the iPhone 4S. The ads seem to be in rotation for all three U.S. iPhone carrier partners — AT&T, Verizon and Sprint.
This is Part One of a 3-part video series in d’Joint. It teachers you how to use the simple tools of Illustrator to create an elaborate label for a fictional vodka company. Want More? Go PREMIUM!
This has done the rounds a few times, but the Blade Runner sketchbookcontains some stunning concept work by Syd Mead, Ridley Scott, and others who worked on the film.
This first year project was to design a themed cover design for one of the HOW magazine specialty issues.
When I was a computer newbie back in the day, using the Mac was about taking a leap of faith. You had to see past the shortcomings and focus on the potential, clear in mind that the technology would someday rise to the occasion. And it did.