A cover photo and profile picture is just the beginning with the new Facebook timeline, which goes live for all Facebook users on March 30, 2012. As described in Facebook’s video, “How-To: Using Facebook Timeline and Subscribe”, timeline is a “Collection of most important photos, stories and life events that represent who you are…” Featuring a new visual format, reportedly inspired by designer Nicholas Felton’s annual report project documenting a year of his life, timeline is intended to “Show... CONTINUE READING
Hertfordshire based designer David Kirkby has released his latest collection of designs, entitled “Film”. The set is a collection of film inspired prints that, alongside his other body of work are “instantly iconic”. The collection depicts infamous films such as Speed, Saw, 127 hours and Spinal Tap. Each film is illustrated using an infographic style image and printed in bold, bright color. David Kirby’s collections “were born from a passion of great design, illustration and artwork.”(via david kirkby designs)... CONTINUE READING
In his CeBIT keynote speech, Kevin Turner, chief operating officer at Microsoft Corp., showed how Windows 8 will bring together the potential of a tablet with the power of a PC. He also invited IT professionals around the world to test the recently released Windows 8 Consumer Preview, now available for download at http://preview.windows.com. The Windows 8 Consumer Preview offers a more robust experience for testing the world’s most popular operating system and is available to the widest range... CONTINUE READING
The 8th edition of cutting edge design and creativity magazine It’s Nice That is now available for pre-order online. Issue #8 features interviews with John Pawson, graphic designer Paula Scher, and art collective Slavs and Tatars. Will Hudson founded It’s Nice That in April 2007 as “the perfect platform for him to record and document his love of the creative industry and desire to uncover new talent”. It’s Nice That is both a publishing platform on and offline, and... CONTINUE READING
Entertainment is supposed to be fun. But in reality, getting everything to work can be the exact opposite—moving files between your computers, endless syncing across your devices, and wires…lots of wires. Google is aiming to solve those problems with Google Play, a digital entertainment destination where you can find, enjoy and share your favorite music, movies, books and apps on the web and on your Android phone or tablet. Google Play is entirely cloud-based so all your music, movies,... CONTINUE READING
Social media platform Pinterest is having a troublesome time in the wake of a blog post that went viral. Kirsten Kowalski both a photographer and a lawyer. She who deleted all her pinboards after reading up a little more closely on Pinterest’s terms and conditions, from a professional interest on both sides of the fence, both as a creative making money from imagery and a legal professional. She decided to look into the minutiae of the Pinterest terms, since... CONTINUE READING
If you’re looking for some good news to start your week then look no further! As a follow up to our article “Skills Designers Need Now” we asked Donna Farrugia, executive director of well known and highly regarded staffing agency The Creative Group to weigh in on graphic design hiring trends and positions in demand for 2012, as well as new portfolio and résumé standards. In addition to answering our questions, Donna, who manages operations for the firm’s locations... CONTINUE READING
Just a few short years ago, it was a long and drawn out process to take your hand-drawn artwork from paper to digital. You had to sketch out the artwork, scan it in, clean it up, and then in Illustrator, you could spend hours, even days using the pen tool to trace your own artwork, depending on how elaborate your piece was. If you needed each element on it’s own layer, you could end up with a huge file... CONTINUE READING
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