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9 Laws of Typography That Every App Designer Should Know

Just Creative

This article has been contributed by Juned Ghanchi. Typography will always be a key element of graphic design. It has also become a critical factor in the success of app development and design.

8 Animated CSS & JavaScript Code Snippets That Celebrate Summer

Speckyboy Design Magazine

There’s a reason why so many of us look forward to summer. It provides an opportunity to get outdoors and away from our desks. Then there’s the chance to spend more time with friends and family. As they say, adventure is out there.

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Milton Glaser, pioneering graphic designer and creator of the iconic I ? NY logo, has died

Its Nice That

One of the creative industry’s most revered, influential and best loved designers passed away on Friday, on his 91st birthday.

“The Horror, The Horror!”: Dark And Disturbing Paintings Of Death And Disease By Richard Tennant Cooper

Design You Trust

Bubonic Plague At one point in his life, Richard Tennant Cooper had dreams of some day being recognised as one of the best artists in the world. Let’s be fair, why not the best artist in the world? We all have dreams – but somehow life intervenes.

The cycling community clubs together in Laka’s new identity

Creative Review

With the news that the UK government is investing an extra £250 million in cycle lanes to encourage more people to commute by bike post-pandemic, it seems like there’s never been a better time to get into cycling.

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Ideation for Design - Preparing for the Design Race

Interaction Design Foundation

Ideation is easy to define. It’s the process by which you generate, develop and then communicate new ideas. Ideas can take many forms such as verbal, visual, concrete or abstract. The principle is simple to create a process by which you can innovate, develop and actualize new products.

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Drive Through Indonesia with Rebel Riders, A Group That Modifies Vespas with Idiosyncratic Designs

Colossal

?. “One Vespa, a million brothers,” says Nando Anjasmara Azani. The Vespa enthusiast is part of Rebel Riders, a community in Indonesia dedicated to modifying the Italian scooters.

Numu packaging

Communication Arts

Typography mixes with indigenous Chorotega values in the packaging for this Guanacaste, Costa Rica–based brewery. Article

Live Stream Like a Pro – How to Captivate Your Audience with a Live Video

Just Creative

This article has been contributed by Amanda Smith. With videos dominating content on social media, live streaming is becoming an important marketing tool. Live streaming has grown so big that 47% of the global audience is streaming more live videos every year.

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Drive Through Indonesia with Rebel Riders, A Group That Modifies Vespas with Idiosyncratic Designs

Colossal

?. “One Vespa, a million brothers,” says Nando Anjasmara Azani. The Vespa enthusiast is part of Rebel Riders, a community in Indonesia dedicated to modifying the Italian scooters.

StudioChevojon

Communication Arts

Created by PAM Studio, this photography studio’s site expertly blends its lifestyle and luxury photos with a horizontal scroll. Article

Dieter Rams: 10 Timeless Commandments for Good Design

Interaction Design Foundation

Let’s pay a virtual visit to a famous industrial designer’s workshop. By examining the principles of his winning approach, we can incorporate vital elements into our designs in the “less is more” age.

This Teen Spent 400 Hours Creating A COVID-Themed Prom Dress Using Duct Tape

Design You Trust

Stuck At Prom is an annual scholarship contest organized by Duck Brand where the contestants have to create either a prom dress or a tuxedo using duct tape. The contestants then have to attend prom wearing their dress or tux for a chance to win a $10,000 scholarship.

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Some Things Never Change: Diversity

Creative Review

Diversity and representation in the creative industries are very current topics, but take a journey through the CR archives and you’ll discover these are conversations that have been going on for decades. Which begs the question: how far have we really come in the past 40 years?

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Stunning Vintage Photos Of Young Hopi Maidens With Their Traditional Hairstyle From The 1900s And 1910s

Design You Trust

The hairstyle is called the Squash Blossom Whorls, or Butterfly Whorls and were worn only by the young Hopi maidens to show that they were unmarried.

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How to Prepare for a User Interview and Ask the Right Questions

Interaction Design Foundation

Getting great interview results requires careful preparation. You need to be clear about the purpose of your research, decide whom to recruit, do all the practical preparations and—finally—you need to design a great interview guide detailing the questions you want to ask.

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Creative Futures Revisited: APFEL

Creative Review

For almost 30 years, Creative Review ran a scheme called Creative Futures, celebrating the best and brightest new talent entering the industry. Here, we talk to design studio A Practice For Everyday Life (APFEL) - which was featured in 2003.

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