Typography: Definitions

Part 01: Short on definition of typography Typography is the arrangements of letters, glyphs, and words in relations to each other and the design surface. It is about selecting a proper font, font sizes, tracking, kerning, line height, legibility, and readability. What typography is not Typography is claimed not be an art-form. Which is a matter of... Continue Reading →


Motion Design: Animation Principles

Create a character with 5 exaggerated expressions. Keeping animation principles in mind. Here's the result: Not sure if I should try to name these emotions just in case I missed the mark. But I'll give it a try. Snobbish In love Discouraged Enraged Disgusted Disclaimer: these drawings were made with buckets of exaggerated electronic music.

Motion Design: Visualise Your Ideas

Create a mood board and a storyboard using one word as the concept and let it play itself. The word I chose is TAPE (as in that sticky stuff).   -------------------- Disclaimer: This article is written before I read it.

Design History and Styles: Applying Philosophy to Design

Task: Create a poster for a humanitarian cause. I chose Red Cross. The cause: Young Reclusive Download PDF Red Cross Although Red Cross is not working specifically on the phenomenon called "Young Reclusive" (social withdrawal), they are working every day to combat loneliness and include everyone in the community. The poster is inspired by a photo of a kid in front of... Continue Reading →

Design History and Styles: Design With a Conscience

A word on Sheppard Fairey's Barack Obama "Hope" poster Commercialism and Conscience Idealism is closely connected with commercialism. It is very often hard to see the difference. Is there a difference? In this case, the "Hope" poster was done in a very short time. Maybe the intent was to support the change Obama represented, or it may very... Continue Reading →

Design History and Styles: Pioneering Designers

Neo-modernism Computer combined with other media Computers and software make it possible to discover new ideas and explore varieties that designers could not easily do until a couple of decades ago. However, it demands more of the designer. Learning a suite of designer applications is, to many designers, a steep learning curve that can break a creative workflow. Especially if, and... Continue Reading →

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