ELISAVA Barcelona School of Design and Engineering
Master in Creative Process. Edutopia. 10 Surprising Ways to Transform Your Creative Thinking. We’ve written about creativity a few times on the Buffer blog, but it’s hard to keep track of everything we learn about it.
One day I’m adjusting the temperature in my workspace, and the next I’m trying to put off creative work until I’m tired. The 2nd Graphene Day will be celebrated in Álava by the end of September. The 100 Best Free Fonts for Designers. Are you struggling to find that particular typeface that matches your creative vision?
Then you’ve come to right place! We do know how difficult and time-consuming it can be to find good, high-quality fonts, so we’ve done the searching for you. With over 100 free fonts to choose from, we guarantee that you will find the one, if not the several, you need. These really are the fonts you’ve been looking for! This collection focuses on those clean and distinctive fonts that will make a professional and highly legible impact on your designs, wether that be on the web or in print. Without delving too much into typeface classification and to also help you find that perfect font you’ve been looking for much quicker, we’ve grouped the most popular categories for you: Serif Fonts, Sans Serif Fonts, Slab Serif Fonts and Monospaced Fonts.
Free Serif Fonts. 101 best free fonts of 2016, so far. 2016 has been one of the best years for type design in decades.
The lettering craze has pushed a lot of illustrators towards digitizing their work. There’s a ton of great font software available these days. And with typography now recognized as one of the most important aspects of a website, everyone wants in on the act. In past years we’ve seen a few narrow trends dominating, but so far this year it’s very diverse.
There’s fewer crazy experimental typefaces around, but also fewer staid sans-serifs; everyone’s meeting somewhere in the middle. Browse through, try them out, and as always if you use them in a project, let us know! Fibon Sans Cloud Sans Qanelas Soft Maquinada Nocturno BG. Creative Marathon is back! The Creative Marathon comes back to ELISAVA in its 16th edition burden with contents and activities.
Like every year, it consists of a set of intensive workshops, where students in year 3 and 4 of Degree in Design and Degree in Engineering in Industrial Design will take part together. The idea is to promote creativity thought R&D processes that lead to new and innovative situations. These workshops offer students a creative, fresh and immediate experience, different from their academic year regular workload, and become a space for active and dynamic creation. The Creative Marathon is part of the subject “Academic Uses of Specific Terminology in English” within the third and fourth year’s syllabus. Work sessions will start on Tuesday, December 15, with open talks and projects from each of the workshops presented in the assigned classrooms. This year, the workshops will be: HACKER’S BAZAAR: THE VALUE OF DESIGN, Daniel Armengol Altayó, Gastón Lisak i CarlosJ Navarro2. ELISAVA exhibits at TRANSlocations.
The students from ELISAVA’s Degree in Design and Degree in Engineering in Industrial Design exhibit three projects at TRANSlocations, carried out last December during the workshop «Working through Raval», tutored by Andrew Lister, a teacher at Winchester School of Arts, together with Daniel Cid’s collaboration.
The aim of this workshop was to reflect on the forms of mobility of local citizens, immigrants and tourists in Barcelona, and to discover how it affects this area. This experiment was carried out at Raval neighborhood. The workshop encouraged students to go out on the streets and investigate about these subjects by interacting with its neighbors, walking through its streets and visiting its shops. This way, they promote cultural understanding and cultural exchange at the time they converse with Raval residents. The following projects will be exhibited at TRANSlocation July 15 to September 13 at Arts Santa Mónica Creative Center: Vocal Map Daniel Esteba, Roman. How To Create Typography Illustrations the Easy Way.
Hand lettering typography illustrations are really cool, but it takes a lot of skill to craft authentic artworks by hand with pen and paper.
Typically this style of art is created by elite illustrators, but I’ve found an entirely digital technique that allows us mere mortals to create cool looking artwork too! Follow this step by step Illustrator tutorial to learn how to manipulate text within a silhouette shape and add texturing to produce a realistic hand drawn style typography illustration. After releasing last week’s free meat cut illustrations I received a few enquiries from people asking how they were made, so today’s tutorial is based on the same technique. We’ll be creating a trendy hand lettering style quote illustration, except with this method there’s no hand lettering required! Select the Pen tool and begin tracing a rough outline around the subject. Type out your chosen quote somewhere on the artboard, then scan through your fonts collection for a nice hand drawn style.
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Join over 1,000 customers already using VectorPress. In English: Cambridge English: Preliminary (PET) mock test - Loescher Editore. 23 Essential iPad Apps for Web Designers and Developers. There are already many tools which we can talk about for web design and web development on your iPad.
Apps that allow us to create a color scheme, retouch images and write and work with CSS3, create your own fonts in minutes, create apps for iPhone and iPod, etc.. Here is a selection of fifteen of the best apps available on iTunes that you can use while outside the office and take advantage of to work more productively. Paper Adobe Ideas Palettes Pro Palettes Pro is an ideal tool for creating and maintaining color palettes and color schemes. It lets you take a screenshot of a website or add to any of the 5 color modes.
Curated network for developers and designers. WEB DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT. ELISAVA offers a wide range of specialization programmes in design during the months of July and September 2015 that allows to develop your creativity and abilities, at the same time that you will be able to improve your knowledge in plural areas. ELISAVA offers a wide range of specialization programmes in design during the months of July and September 2015 that allows to develop your creativity and abilities, at the same time that you will be able to improve your knowledge in plural areas: ephemeral spaces, infography, retail design...
A set of courses that adds value to your professional development and offers you innovative opportunities. More than 200 students from all around the world participated in the 2014 Summer Courses with experiences like Gala Feuer: “My name is Gala Feuer, I’m from Argentina and, luckily, I decided to do some summer courses in ELISAVA this summer.