Conference: Future Insights Live When: June 16-20th 2014 Where: Las Vegas, Nevada, The New Tropicana hotel and casino, 3801 Las Vegas Blvd Discount: 10% Discount Code: GRAPHIC10 GraphicDesign.com readers can receive a 10% discount for this amazing event. It is valid for every ticket option (event the early birds) exept workshop only and student passes. FILIVE is returning to Las Vegas for the third year in a row and offers 5 consecutive days of web design, development and mobile.... CONTINUE READING
Discount Amount: 10% discount Promotion Code: GRAPHIC10 Valid towards: 2-day conference passes, and 2-day conference + workshop passes. Also valid off of the Early Bird Price, which expires 31 January! Conference Dates: April 7-9, 2014 – LONDON, UK. To claim your discount you can do so HERE. Future of Web Design Designers can enjoy inspiration not only from established stars in the web design industry but also creative challenges, practical guidance and relaxing networking opportunities at this 4 day-long... CONTINUE READING
Do not blame me or other creative designers because when we have an art background, we are used to using maximum creativity inside the artwork. I have read an article a few years ago in Adobe’s Design Center about style versus design by Jeffrey Zeldman, who put an end to the long time confusion about the difference between design and styling. Since then, design has had a wider meaning by controlling the major visual elements on a website or... CONTINUE READING
Beyond that, having the ability to back up your designs with solid research enables you to offer authentic solutions that are truly strategic. Clients tend to like that. It moves your work from the “pretty pictures” arena into the world of sound, effective business tools. It helps to position you as a valuable partner rather than simply a rented pair of hands and a keyboard. The information you gather will allow you to much more accurately make sound design... CONTINUE READING
As covered by Vitamin T, interactive developer Matthew Wallace and partner Driftlab have recently created a mobile app for Walgreens. The app, which is available at www.neurobowl.com, marks Wallace’s transition from his work around the Flash interface into the sphere of mobile development. Here we speak to Wallace and uncover the path he has taken so far in order to find out more about his latest project… Q1. How did you become an interactive developer? I started off building... CONTINUE READING
Once upon a time, and sometimes still referred to as a blueprint, or a skeleton outline, a wireframe is a low-fi version of a conceptual website design. Normally, it is a visual representation of a basic website layout structure and navigation system. This allows the designer to easily change major site components and collaborate with their team members and clients to build a solid layout before going into the actual design process. This allows the designer to rapidly revise the user... CONTINUE READING
Scan almost any online graphic design discussion board and chances are that you’ll quickly spot a common set of questions being asked. What are the skills I need now? And, what is the best way to get them? While, concerns about how to stay current in our industry are not new it is safe to say that current economic conditions, rapidly changing technology and evolving demands in the design profession overall have certainly ratcheted up the conversation level. Graphic... CONTINUE READING
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