With the hospitality of the contemporary New World Stages venue, (Normally the home of Off-Broadway shows) Future of Web Design NYC 2012 was a mellow, two day event packed full of techies, creatives, and two stages running consecutive conference sessions. The event included some of the most creative and exciting minds working in web development and design today. The final day was a choice of four different, day-long workshops, each lead by a totally inspirational industry leader. FOWD is... CONTINUE READING
The Internet is a wonderful thing. I pretty much live on it. It puts the collective knowledge of mankind at your fingertips. It also makes it very tempting and easy to lift a logo, art, image or some prose. It happens all the time. There’s a myth floating around that if something is on the Net, it’s in the public domain. Not so. Even if it doesn’t carry a ©, it’s probably still protected by copyright. But, stuff still... CONTINUE READING
Creative unConference Friday November 2nd, 8:30am-5pm Chicago, Columbia College 20% Discount Code: GraphicDesign The One Show Creative unConference is one of the most highly anticipated events during Creative week New York. It heads to Chicago next week (Friday November 2nd) and will be filled with creative dialogue and innovative conversations. It’s a great networking opportunity and unlike your typical traditional conference it will be a very flexible, participant-driven event where everyone will be encouraged to discuss, debate and interact... CONTINUE READING
The temperature may be dropping but there’s still plenty to do here in New York City. So if you’re out and about here’s the run down of my top graphic design and graphic design related picks in upcoming weeks. First off, is the Art Directors’ Club Hall of Fame exhibit featuring the work of five 2012 Hall of Fame laureates—cartoonist and illustrator Barry Blitt, advertising legend David Droga, photographer Mary Ellen Mark, artist and 3-D designer Kevin O’Callaghan and... CONTINUE READING
As graphic designers, we deal in concepts and ideas. But, we also deal in intellectual property. Intellectual property (IP) is the area of law that addresses intangibles such as copyrights, trademarks and patents. For designers and other visual artists it concerns protecting the work we do, for both ourselves and, often, our clients. And herein lies the problem. Most designers don’t think about rights, unless they’re a Landor or some other huge design firm. That is to say, they... CONTINUE READING
Web designers, developers and interactive media producers take note, December 21, 2012, the deadline for the prestigious Horizon Interactive Awards is fast approaching. Started in 2002 and now celebrating over a decade, the Horizon Interactive Awards is one of the few international interactive design competitions that recognizes and highlights outstanding achievement in interactive design. Another unusual aspect of the awards is the diverse judging panel, which includes industry professionals as well as non-designers and end-users. This year GraphicDesign.com is... CONTINUE READING
NYU CADA recently announced a new Master of Science in Advanced Digital Applications. Designed to address the requirements for designers in the ever-evolving digital landscape, the Master of Science in Advanced Digital Applications curriculum includes animation, 3-D modeling and visual effects as well as data visualization and infographics. Last week I met with Patricia Heard-Greene, Academic Director and Clinical Associate Professor Center for Advanced Digital Applications (CADA) NYU-SCPS to talk about the new program. We started with a tour... CONTINUE READING
The PGA Championship was born in the mind of department store owner Rodman Wanamaker, who saw the merchandising possibilities in a professional golfers’ organization. Wanamaker invited some prominent golfers and other leading industry representatives to a luncheon at the Taplow Club in New York City. On Jan. 17, 1916, a group of 35 individuals, including the legendary Walter Hagen, convened for an exploratory meeting, which resulted in the formation of The PGA of America. Source: PGA.com Recently, The PGA... CONTINUE READING
Designers & Books Fair Saturday, October 27 and Sunday, October 28 40%-50% Discount The first Designers and Books Fair is set to take place on October 27th and October 28th at the FIT Conference Center in New York City. This is not just a book fair, present will be a dynamic series of programs featuring speakers in a variety of design disciplines. Speakers include Louise Fili, Debbie Millman, Irma Boom, Steven Heller and many more.To view all the speakers... CONTINUE READING
On October 2nd, 2012, 20 would-be web designers took part in the first ever Design-A-Wix-A-Thon. The group of aspiring creatives gathered together at the New York City Wix Lounge and were given the task of building a Wix website in one hour. Judged by a panel of design experts, participants were offered prospective prize money of $500 for the overall winner, with additional winners to be selected from two other categories. Wix is a company that allows users to... CONTINUE READING
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