Posts Tagged ‘ Design ’

Graphic Designs > Feel Design

Last week a new up and coming design company called Feel Design contacted me and asked for some help with their logo.

Feel Design is a company that specialises in publishing free-lance designers on a web-based database allowing people in-need to find the designer they want!

It will work similarly too what Facebook does. In which each designer will have a page to upload some of their work, and express them selves digitally.

Here shows some logos I designed. I’m stilling waiting for feed-back from them.. But will keep you posted!

Web development > boosts creativity

In any creative project or assignment, research is the key to success.

Take for example a graphic design. You’ve got your brief and story boards. Next stop is to make the decision of what platform to use software/hardware ect…

Before you can even begin to design the graphic research needs to be made.

And without the web this would be virtually impossible. A simple Google search of Graphic Design Ideas or Tips would bring up millions of peoples opinions and previous experience. This is a truly fantastic feature of the web, and really needs to be praised by its idealism.

In the previous television program produced by the BBC, Sir Stephen Fry was interviewed about his view on Sir Tim Bernerd-Lee (creator/inventor of the internet) and he said “Sir Time Berners-Lee should be daily thanked by everybody that gets any pleasure or profit out of the world wide web, for that supreme act of generosity, selflessness and idealism”

Completely Agree!

Aim

Hi Readers,

New aim from me as the publisher of this blog.

To write up an evaluation of a new peice of software that I’ve downloaded and tried every week.

I’ve already done this a couple of times, but each one lack information – more of just a pointer to where the software comes from and what it does.

http://bit.ly/bLVWnI

http://bit.ly/bkAmV2

Thanks, Keep Reading!

A Design Student.

iPad

iPad

Keynote Speech from Steve Jobs – Director and Chief Executive of Apple, introducing the Apple iPad.

The point of the iPad is too find a product in between the iPhone and MacBook.

Steve Jobs introducing the iPad

All of the built-in apps on iPad were designed from the ground up to take advantage of the large Multi-Touch screen. And they work in any orientation. So you can do things with these apps that you can’t do on any other device.

Take a look around these links and make up your mind weather to buy one.

iSlate – Apple Tablet

Apple's "Tablet"

Apple’s got a lot planned for its Wednesday press event.

While the invitation — “come see our latest creation” — is broad and vague, it’s fairly obvious that the biggest news will be the widely anticipated tablet.

It’s about time. Tech observers have been anticipating an Apple tablet for several years, churning out report after report of rumors and speculation. And Apple has been considering tablet designs since at least 1983. Now, perfectionist CEO Steve Jobs finally seems satisfied enough with the product to show it off in public.

But that’s not the only thing the company is likely to announce. Updates to the MacBook line and the iPhone OS are also likely to be on the ticket.

Here’s our guide to what you can realistically expect.

And if you don’t care to read our predictions, just stay tuned for the Jan. 27 event. We’ll be providing live blog and news coverage here on Gadget Lab and on Twitter: follow @bxchen and @GadgetLab for real-time news nuggets.

Price tag? All we’ve heard are guesses from analysts, some who claim the tablet will cost as much as $1,000 including carrier subsidy. We estimate the tablet should cost between $700 and $1,000, placing it somewhere in between an iPhone and a MacBook.

What could it be called? Internet sleuthers at MacRumors.com have found evidence suggesting Apple is interested in the names iSlate, MagicSlate, iGuide and iPad. Apple has apparently filed for trademarks for each of those names.

Apple not only filed for the iSlate trademark; the company also procured ownership of the domain iSlate.com, making this the most likely candidate.

Welcome to Manhattan (via Brooklyn!)

Got to the sub to Brooklyn, then walked across the Brooklyn Bridge.

Fast-up on; Outbound to Manhattan!

Designs with Attitude

Just found this really interesting company, that has a fanstastic online portfolio of some of their work!

Take a look here…

http://www.attitudedesign.co.uk/