At its very heart typography is about two things: legibility, which is concerned with how distinguishable letters, words and phrases are; and readability which deals with how easy it is for the brain to convert those elements into a coherent message. Have you ever found yourself reading a single line of text twice, as if […]
The old way of popping out this week’s brilliant idea, and then churning the resulting product out by the gazillion regardless of the consequences, still works great. Or does it? The store shelves are bulging with “brilliance,” each SKU fighting with its neighbor to be the lucky one to go home with the consumer. With all that […]
Steven Kyffin* and Paul Gardien Philips Design, Eindhoven, The Netherlands In an era where companies can no longer rely on technological breakthroughs and incremental product development, innovation is high on management agendas. At the same time, the scope of innovation has increased in complexity, where products, services, user needs and technologies need to be integrated while […]
Primera Bienal Nacional de Diseño organizada por la Facultad de Arquitectura, Diseño y Urbanismo de la UBA. Con actividades desarrolladas durante toda la semana por estudiantes y docentes, la bienal buscó mostrar cómo las diferentes carreras de diseño pueden “mejorar la calidad de vida de la gente”, según explicaron los organizadores.
Brian J. McNely, University of Kentucky; Paul Gestwicki, Bridget Gelms, and Ann Burke, Ball State University Enculturation: http://enculturation.net/visual-ethnography (Published February 28, 2013) Introduction Figure 1. Shoes in the foyer. This image—a pair of shoes, kicked off and haphazardly abandoned in the foyer of an ornate, three story stone and brick mansion built in 1927 in the […]
Montréal (Canada) – Continuing the year-long celebration of its 50 anniversary, Icograda invites members and all interested parties to participate in World Communication Design Day 2013, by organizing public events and initiatives celebrating the impact and importance of communication design. To commemorate this momentous occasion, Icograda invites participants to develop projects around the theme ‘1Love1Word’ and join the […]
Tomado de: http://www.celt.iastate.edu/teaching/RevisedBlooms1.html based on A Taxonomy for Learning, Teaching, and Assessing: A Revision of Bloom’s Taxonomy of Educational Objectives* NEW: PDF handout of the Model of Learning Objectives (1.7MB) If you have trouble accessing the interactive Flash-based model below, the content is available in a text-only table.
El pasado 20 de julio se llevó a cabo el Desayuno Profesional de “Creatividad Publicitaria: comunicaciones con impacto” en el Ciclo de Carreras Exclusivas organizado por el Observatorio de Tendencias Profesionales de la Facultad de Diseño y Comunicación de la Universidad de Palermo. Javier Basevich, director creativo en BasevichCrea, fue el coordinador del panel de […]
By Joshua David McClurg-Genevese · Published on August 15, 2005 The Design in Theory and Practice column is dedicated to helping the reader gain a better understanding of Web design. The first step in this process is getting a grasp on the fundamentals. To achieve this, we need to realize that the discipline of Web design is […]
1. Enthusiasm 2. Disillusionment 3. Panic 4. Search for the guilty 5. Punishment of the innocent 6. Praise for the non-participants Notice on the wall of the Greater London Council Architects Department (According to Astragal AJ, 22 March 1978) 1. Entusiasmo 2. Desilusión 3. Pánico 4. Buscar al culpable 5. Castigo del inocente 6. […]