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Jo Gifford is a designer, writer, blogger and founder of Cherry Sorbet Creative. Working primarily in the beauty, fashion and lifestyle industries her work spans graphic design for print and web, social media management and training, copywriting and editorial for on and offline publications. You will find her blogging as Dexterous Diva, on Twitter both as Dexterous Diva and Cherry Sorbet, and on Linked In.
Publishing giant Penguin is a symbol of affordable, cornerstone literature. The famous black and white bird is now celebrating 75 years of being, and is marking the occasion with a book documenting the publisher’s history of design; Penguin 75. Penguin 75 is a selection of 75 covers that represent “the best of what Penguin has produced over the course of the last decade.” (via Penguin 75). Curated by longstanding Art Director Paul Buckley (also one of Graphic Design USA’s... CONTINUE READING
Graphic Design USA (GDUSA) has begun 2012 as every year, by announcing a set of people “who embody the spirit of the creative community” and who are People to Watch in 2012. The criteria, according to GDUSA, is “individuals who we have come to know and respect for their talent, leadership, newsworthiness, success and community service.” The 19 chosen as 2012’s set are an eclectic assortment. Here is your guide to who’s who in 2012. Eight Hour Day (KATIE... CONTINUE READING
Picnik, the online image editing application, is to cease. In a blog post on January 20th 2012 they announced “Since joining Google in 2010, we have been creating editing magic in Google products while continuing to keep Picnik awesome. But now we get to focus on even awesomer things. Picnik will be closing on April 19, 2012.”. Picnik is an online photo editing service with multiple image manipulation features which enable effects similar to those offered by Adobe’s Photoshop.... CONTINUE READING
Hybrid Design have created the new worldwide site for Nike’s business entity and subsidiaries. The new look creates a unified user experience by bringing corporate and media pages together in a single web portal. The agency designed and developed both the front and back end of the project for www.nikeinc.com, giving an aesthetically engaging magazine style layout to the business orientated portal. Hybrid Design is a San Francisco based integrated creative studio, and was founded in 2001 by Dora... CONTINUE READING
Adobe, the software giant for the design and digital world has acquired Typekit, the website typeface enabler. Announced at Adobe’s Annual MAX conference late 2011 by CTO Kevin Lynch, the new acquisition was explained as part of the company’s “Creative Cloud” strategy. Typekit is a hugely popular webfonts service which enables web developers and bloggers to easily facilitate fonts in their design without the need for code knowledge. API development and integration means the service works with self hosted... CONTINUE READING
Design plays a huge part in global events, but on a smaller scale anyone can get involved and inspired by design as part of Random Project 2012. The project, which first ran as part of the London Design Festival, invites the public to design a postcard relating to an aspect of Olympic host city London, the forthcoming Olympics, or 2012. The Random Project is a concept to showcase an ever-increasing number of postcards created by the public and designers... CONTINUE READING
Wacom have launched a series of webinars to assist those working in graphic design to make the most of their tools alongside the usual graphic design software. Designing Under Pressure, a webinar run in association with Graphic Design USA, is an informative session that “pushes back the barriers of conventional design” (via gdusa.com) Wacom’s very own Application Specialist, Wes Maggio, will lead the webinar on February 28th. He will demonstrate how most of the everyday leading graphic design software... CONTINUE READING
Smashing Magazine, the hub of web design and creativity has had a fresh re-design. The work of Elliot Jay Stocks, Ben Bodien, Ryan Taylor and the Smashing Team, the new look was unveiled this January 2012. Smashing Magazine is a website offering resources and tutorials for web developers and web designers. Founded in 2006 by Sven Lennartz and Editor Vitaly Friedman the magazine has grown in popularity and readership to be a hub of the web design and development... CONTINUE READING
The SOPA protest has hit home this last week how much of our Internet life could be affected if the bills go ahead. The free speech, knowledge sharing and un-policed land of the net is under threat from SOPA, the Stop Online Piracy Act and PIPA, the Protect IP Act, currently being debated by US Congress. The decision will be made next week. To bring our attention to the two acts and the devastating effects they could have on... CONTINUE READING
The Museum of Me has won the FWA Site of the Year award for 2011. The project for Intel uses the Facebook platform to link photographs in the users account in the creation of a virtual museum space, showcasing “a visual archive of your social life.” The innovative project was the product of a collaboration between Japanese agency Projector and DELTRO,TAIYO KIKAKU, Rhizomatiks and MountPosition Inc. for Intel, with the brief to represent Intel as Visibly Smart. On winning... CONTINUE READING