Graphic Design Blog Posts

Silly Saturday: Art of Emojis

Yes, it’s been quite a while since Design and Desire in the Twentieth Century has run a Silly Saturday post, and this item may or may not be so silly depending upon how much you communicate with emojis. The Huffington Post recently ran a story on a...

Kalender Meja 2017 Bergambar Gedung Gedung Tertinggi di Dunia

Kalender Meja 2017 Bergambar Gedung Gedung Tertinggi di Dunia...
by Masbadar Tumblr on Aug 26, 2016

$1.92 trillion this year!

E-commerce is the fastest GROWING & EASIEST money maker today. This year sales will hit an astonishing $1.92 trillion dollars. And it’s not over the hill yet. It’s going to hit an astonishing $2.4 trillion dollars whether you get in o...
by Internet Mastery Center Blog on Jul 18, 2016

Pixel Studio FX Review

Not having a clean and visually appealing eCover for your digital product or eBook can mean the difference between a bestseller and a flop. Potential buyers will dismiss a product based on but a single glance if what the see initially appears slo...
by Avid Reviews on Jul 16, 2016

Greetings from the 1962 World’s Fair

Our friends at the Heck Yeah, Old Technology! (I just love the name of that blog) posted photos of a great set of souvenir note cards from Seattle’s 1962 World’s Fair. A brief back story on the exposition’s monorail project is also included in...

The 5 Biggest Trends That Will Define Product Design in 2016

The winners of Inc.’s Iconic Design Awards come from a variety of categories this year, including toys, sportswear, environment-saving home goods, and more. But they all share one key quality: they nail what customers want now. We asked our...
by Design Research Portal on Jul 1, 2016

Decolonising Design

Over the last century, much of the contemporary academic and professional discourse within the design disciplines have been, with a few notable fringe exceptions, surprisingly bereft of a critical reflection on the politics of design practice, and on...
by Design Research Portal on Jun 30, 2016

Adobe Muse - for Frustrated Artist Who Sucks at Coding

Are you one of those graphic artist who excels at print designs and yet has interest on building streamlined, responsive and modern websites?
by Armored Chameleon on Jun 16, 2016

2016 Product Design Report

Filed under: Design, design business, design education, Design Jobs, Design Research, Design Thinking, entrepreneurship, graphic design Tagged: design, design research, design resources, graphic design, industrial design, product design...
by Design Research Portal on Jun 16, 2016

PHD BY DESIGN THE FUTURE OF DESIGN RESEARCH

    This one day event will explore what the future holds for design research and how this future is being enacted through practice-based PhD design projects right now.Filed under: academia, Design, design business, design education, Design...
by Design Research Portal on Jun 7, 2016

Semiotics for Design: how to teach it?

    Ocula (http://www.ocula.it) is pleased to announce the call for papers: “Semiotics for Design: how to teach it?” Deadlines: Submission of the essays: 20 July 2016 Notification of acceptance, rejection or revision request: 15...
by Design Research Portal on Jun 6, 2016

Wiener-Werkstätte Postcards

Since we’ve recently run several Wiener-Werkstätte related posts, we were excited to find a post on the 50 Watts blog entitled “Twenty Postcards of the Wiener-Werkstätte.” Hope you enjoy the postcards and visit 50 Watts regularly to view thei...

DC Comics Reveals New Identity

DC Comics revealed a brand-new logo on the mark of their 80th year as one of the leading comic book publishers in the industry.
by Armored Chameleon on May 18, 2016

MAK Online Collection of Austrian Art and Design

In the course of research, we found an extraordinary online design collection of Austrian Museum of Applied Arts/Contemporary Art (MAK). The online collection consists of well over 100,000 images in two dozen categories including fashion, photography...

7 Free Premium Design Resources

To have an effective premium design, quality components like fonts and images most of the time needs to have also that premium-ish feel. Most of the premium materials out there can cost you a lot of money.
by Armored Chameleon on May 16, 2016

Instagram's Redesign App and Icon Goes Live

Finally! The most popular app that is renowned for its beautiful photo filters had its redesign! ...
by Armored Chameleon on May 15, 2016

Artist, Illustrator and Poet Charles G. Shaw

Charles Green Shaw was an American abstract painter and poet who also had a successful career as an illustrator and author. Shaw was born in 1892, one of the heirs to the Woolworth fortune. Despite losing his parents while he was still a child, he le...

5 Eye Candy Character Design for Mobile Games of Creative Mints

Mobile games had been around for quite a while now and its getting even more popular as time goes by. There are lots of popular mobile games out there that has a certain eye-candy quality that drives gamers to play it and we all know that behind e...
by Armored Chameleon on May 3, 2016

5 Eye Candy Character Design for Mobile Games by Creative Mints

Mobile games had been around for quite a while now and its getting even more popular as time goes by. There are lots of popular mobile games out there that has a certain eye-candy quality that drives gamers to play it and we all know that behind e...
by Armored Chameleon on May 3, 2016

Quick Tips: Remove Clipping Mask Easily on Illustrator

Did you ever opened an Illustrator file with so many annoying clipping masks? In my case I got frustrated on locating the specific layer that I am trying to select with those pesky clipping mask on the way.
by Armored Chameleon on Apr 27, 2016
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