Typography is the art or practice of arranging type. It’s a broad medium, covering areas such as typeface selection, line length, line spacing, kerning, tracking, and of course wider design features such as affect, lighting etc…
Now we have a new designer focus, where we interview and feature a member of the design and development community. In this installment, we shine that light on talented motion graphic designer and sports branding specialist Fraser Davidson. If you are not traditional with his work, then you are in for reasonably a treat (and just might find that you have seen some of his designs nearly the web before.
Time and time again, we mix skilled decoration for skilled design. When we are looking for inspiration, we go to the same websites and the same showcases tiresome to get that added push de rigueur to start something we like. Now this isn’t a huge deal (especially if we are looking for a creative kick), but if we aren’t careful, we can end up focusing primarily on the decoration and beautification of a web locate.
In nearly any problem solving situation, one tends to be told to reckon further than the box to find a solution. Basically asking us to look beyond the ordinary to find the extraordinary. One creative field that seems to shine as a beacon for compelling this approach, and seeing the world in a very uncommon way than most of us is photography. For example, now’s showcase which takes a look at some stunning infrared photography that exemplifies the opinion of looking beyond the ordinary to find the extraordinary.
It’s been really well loved lately for many professionals to dismiss the use of Flash. Many designers and developers push the perception to discontinue use of the nearly 20 year ancient technology. Here are a array of what seems to be problems early the heaviness of Flash projects, the inability to often update without tearing everything away early each other and the difficulty in making a Flash website with splendid quest engine optimization.