James Dyson unveils design for coronavirus ventilator The entrepreneur said his company had designed the device at the request of the Government.
Design is always front and center. NO matter the time or the need, there is value embedded in a well designed approach to product. With billions of people practicing self-isolation, and finding themselves with some extra time on their hands, now might be a good time to start designing, or redesigning what you help put out into the world. Whether that be a newsletter, a personal blog, or a business product or interface, design and usability matters. Let’s kick it up a notch.
The number of times we have met with clients or been in meetings brainstorming marketing campaigns and creative, and seen the opportunity to seize the moment with a staff member pulling out a camera is huge. Great cameras are in your pocket these days. You just have to build up the confidence and a few skills to shoot like a pro.
From sunrises, sunsets, desert ranges, majestic mountains to fields of flowers, creating beautiful landscape images can be easy at times, and sometimes difficult. There’s a lot to think about when composing beautiful images. Sure, we have to determine our ISO, depth of field and exposure compensation. We also need our tripod, cable release and possibly even a filter or two. Then, we need to get our composition just right. A lot of sky? A hint of sky? Or, no sky at all? Finding and framing up our images is a lot of work creatively and technically. However, there are a
The V-Coptr Falcon is a bi-copter drone that has a 50-minute battery life: Digital Photography Review
Boasting only 2 propellers, instead of the typical 4 on a consumer-grade drone, Falcon’s bi-copter can fly up to 50 minutes – about 20 minutes longer than leading competitors.
We love drones. Not just because of their potential and use as a photography tool, but because of the technology. At a fundamental level, drones are with us and will continue to be a big part of our future. If you haven’t had the opportunity to use one commercially, buckle up and seize that moment.
Help others to use your work with these tips on how to create a style guide.
At Edelleye, we offer these as Brand Books and they cover not just style, but the specifics on how to create and use brand elements, and how to evoque the intended connections and responses you want to your organization or product brands.
This helps cure one of the most common mistakes we see in the self-marketing so many people do with their businesses or initiatives these days, which is that they ignore the details, the strategy, and the potential of their brand.
Discover exhibitions, events and installations taking over the Design Museum to celebrate London Design Festival 2019.
It’s not often that you get a peak behind the curtain and get the opportunity to learn first-hand, how to go about designing and developing an iconic product, one in production all over the world. This is one of those opportunities.
Let’s listen in and follow the process.
Not all HTML tags are created equal.
The introduction of the HTML5 specification brought with it a host of new semantic tags, giving more meaning to HTML tags. This meant that web designers no longer needed to produce swatches of <div> tags to build their site structure.
The basic semantic HTML tags such as <header>, <footer> and <nav> are almost self explanatory. But, there are a host of newer HTML tags that web designers need to be using as well. Here we pick eight HTML tags that you should be using right now and briefly explain how they should be used. Plus, you’ll find five HTML tags that need to be replaced immediately if you are still using them.
Raw files (the correct files format differs from manufacturer to manufacturer) are simply a ‘digital negative’ of your image (but aren’t negative at all, only referred to that way in reference to the film era). In Practical terms, a raw file is all the bits of information the sensor captures, packed in one file without any compression or loss. But why would anyone need all that info? After all, raw files are 10x larger than jpegs, right? Yes, and it means they contain much more information. If you edit a raw file and need to brighten the shadows and equally tone
Always be learning.Some of these look like simple, or not so simple masking techniques. It’s amazing what a well placed layer or mask can do to open up an image. Though provoking images can make an indelible impression on the viewer.
It’s good to think through that, and see if there isn’t some intentional effect you can leave with your product or brand.
Always be learning. That’s our motto, and one of the key rewards of running a product design studio. In this piece, Adobe provide tips on how to better edit video in post, and remove the distractions.
If there’s a large object drawing the viewer’s eye from the main subject in your video, you can remove it using Content-Aware Fill in Adobe After Effects.
500px has a great community of photographers and imaging artists. The focus on post production techniques is particularly relevant for creative branding and product placement projects.
This time stack tutorial turns your landscapes into Impressionist painting-inspired images.