(It was actually seeing his work at Massey in the 90s that convinced me to study design, for real -KK)
Designers across disciplines share strikingly similar approaches to the creative process, which The Design Council mapped out as ‘the Double Diamond’.
Divided into four distinct phases – Discover, Define, Develop and Deliver – the Double Diamond is a simple visual map of the design process.
This article explains the Double Dimond model.
A great short video on Typography
As they say “Type is everywhere. Every print publication, website, movie, advertisement and public message involves the creation or selection of a fitting typeface. Online, a rich and artistic typographical culture exists, where typefaces are created and graphic design seeps into every image.
In episode 2 of Off Book, typeface designers Jonathan Hoefler and Tobias Frere-Jones outline the importance of selecting the right font to convey a particular feeling. Graphic designer Paula Scher talks about building identity in messaging, while Eddie Opara uses texture to create a reaction. Infographic designers Julia Vakser and Deroy Peraza map complicated data sets into digestible imagery, mixing colour, graphics and type. http://www.pbs.org/arts “
Xero is holding a Behind the Screens event at their Wellington office on Thursday 10th May from 5.30-7pm.
This is to give students an insight into how our Marketing and Product design teams work at Xero. They will also discuss the intern and grad opportunities offered at Xero through Summer of Tech and the Xero Grad Programme. As well as giving students from a variety of design schools in the city a chance to socialise together.
Event invite and rsvp form is:
Love animation? Or video storytelling in general? Pixar in a Box is a behind-the-scenes look at how Pixar artists do their jobs. You will be able to animate bouncing balls, build a swarm of robots, and make virtual fireworks explode.
This collaboration between Pixar Animation Studios and Khan Academy is sponsored by Disney.
A nice webpage on the Wahine disaster by Stuff.co.nz
On April 10, 1968, the Wahine foundered in Wellington Harbour in a vicious storm, claiming 53 lives. It was a day of tragedy, and of everyday heroism. From strangers came comfort, hot soup and survival.
WORDS Nikki Macdonald | EDITOR Warwick Rasmussen
Chromacon proudly presents: The Art of Sky: Light Awaits with Jacky Ke Jiang
Join us for a fireside chat with Jacky Ke Jiang AKA “AutoKite” Artist Page(Art Director, thatgamecompany) as he discusses the development journey of thatgamecompany‘s highly anticipated upcoming game – Sky: Light Awaits, the connection between his own creative practices and art direction of “a game about giving”.
Hosted by Allan Xia (Chromacon Festival Director)
The event will be held at ‘The Pit’ at Massey University. Online map can be found here: https://creative.massey.ac.nz/study/first-year-information/map/…
Tuesday, March 27 at 6 PM – 7:30 PM