Skillshare. Stocksy Photographer Kevin Russ (@kevinruss) is known for his immersive, experiential approach to photography.
He's able to capture some of the most authentic and beautiful images of people he encounters and places he goes. In this 30-minute class, you'll join Kevin in Salton Sea, California where he experiences a day in the desert with his friend Cuervo, a desert cowboy and his two mules. Kevin shares stories of his experiences taking photos on the road, sharing inspiring and insightful tips on how photography reflects your immersion in a place, and why experience is the cornerstone to your work. Untitled. Stocksy Photographer Kevin Russ (@kevinruss) is known for his immersive, experiential approach to photography.
He's able to capture some of the most authentic and beautiful images of people he encounters and places he goes. In this 30-minute class, you'll join Kevin in Salton Sea, California where he experiences a day in the desert with his friend Cuervo, a desert cowboy and his two mules. Kevin shares stories of his experiences taking photos on the road, sharing inspiring and insightful tips on how photography reflects your immersion in a place, and why experience is the cornerstone to your work. Inspired by Kevin's passion for meaningful adventure and photography, you'll leave this class excited to get out and take photos of a subject and the place you experience. Skillshare. Map lovers, travelers, hosts, neighborhood enthusiasts & people who like to know where they’re going or where they’ve been, this class is for you.
This is NOT a technical or professional cartography class, but rather focuses on seeing the world creatively through mapping. Map-Making Guide - Tara Swiger. Creating your ideal business is kind of simple.
(Not easy, but simple) You figure out where you are. Right this minute. And where you want to go. In a realistic time frame. You do that over and over, and there you have it. So why don’t we all do it? Why aren’t we already where we want to be? Well, there’s a few reasons, but one of the ones us creative-types struggle with is distraction. And so, because we don’t focus, we don’t get very far with anything. Maps and the Geospatial Revolution - The Pennsylvania State University. About the Course The past decade has seen an explosion of new mechanisms for understanding and using location information in widely-accessible technologies.
This Geospatial Revolution has resulted in the development of consumer GPS tools, interactive web maps, and location-aware mobile devices. These radical advances are making it possible for people from all walks of life to use, collect, and understand spatial information like never before. This course brings together core concepts in cartography, geographic information systems, and spatial thinking with real-world examples to provide the fundamentals necessary to engage with Geography beyond the surface-level. Making your First Map — The Map Academy. Welcome to CartoDB Academy!
In this first lesson in Course 1, we’ll walk you through the steps that will help you make your first map. It is intended to give you a quick overview and familiarize you with some of the basics of CartoDB. In subsequent lessons we’ll dive into specifics. Map Making: Learn to Communicate Places Beautifully. Map Making: Learn to Communicate Places Beautifully. Finding Inspiration Look for maps in the world around you Start looking at maps in the world around you.
Are you completely digital these days? Does your city use maps? Intro Finance: Syllabus_052714. Chris Dannen_Content Strategy_How to Get Grassroots Growth(Feb.6).pdf - Dropbox. Abby Covert_WhatisthisUXThing.pdf - Dropbox.
Deck of the GA class I took on UX – dpvagabond
Programming For Non-Programmers: 2013. Programming For Non-Programmers - Your Coding Questions (Answered in plain English) Design/UX- Website Design. Bootstrap. Skeleton: Beautiful Boilerplate for Responsive, Mobile-Friendly Development. Dribbble - Popular. Kuler.
Website templates to pick from and design elements – dpvagabond
Helps yous build your own website . . . – dpvagabond
Apps for Designers.
Has apps that help you build your website . . . – dpvagabond
Designer of NYT who designs sites on a grid system, so that set ratios are determined for content that appears on site, so that when it changes per device you view it on, it maintains those ratios. A POV on design, this site is an example of that work – dpvagabond
Design Professional. News Redux: NYT redesign. Digital news is broken.
Good example of how to use basic things like color, hierarchy, and layout to create a clean good site – dpvagabond
Actually, news itself is broken.
Almost all news organizations have abandoned reporting in favor of editorial; have cultivated reader opinion in place of responsibility; and have traded ethical standards for misdirection and whatever consensus defines as forgivable. And this is before you even lay eyes on what passes for news design on a monitor or device screen these days.
In digital media—websites in particular—news outlets seldom if ever treat content with any sort of dignity and most news sites are wedded to a broken profit model that compels them to present a nearly unusable mishmash of pink noise…which they call content. In an effort to disguise and mitigate the fact that they have little idea how to publish digital content properly—often sneakily called “differentiation”—some news outlets release apps for digital devices. News Today The Times politics page. Main navigation: Mobile Presentation Above: My suggestion for how to present a category page. Web design class notes. Website Build & Design - Dropbox.