Fast Company: Enhancing Productivity Using Virtual Reality News Human UI, an open source computational design plugin designed by NBBJ’s Digital ... Read more In “Computational Biology Poses New Design Challenges for Research Facilities,” published by ... Read more Blog Archives - Marie Kuter Random with Axure Axure allows you to create and use variables in a pretty advanced way. I recently used the Math.random() function a lot, and thought it could be useful (at least for me) to write the good random formulas somewhere, for later reference. It is probably very easy for programmers, but this is not my case, and I don’t want to lose time trying to figure out which is the right way of writing the formulas each time.
Crossword Puzzle Maker Instructions: Complete the crossword below We have premade word/clue sets. Or use our Copy-n-Paste Quick Add Feature *NEW* Word List Saving Options playLAND / LIKEarchitects Architects: LIKEarchitects Location: 4940 Paredes de Coura, Portugal Architect In Charge: Diogo Aguiar, João Jesus, Teresa Otto and João Salgueiro, Daniel Mudrak Year: 2014 Photographs: Dinis Sottomayor photography Main Materials: Beach floats Client: O Mundo ao Contrário | Paredes de Coura City Hall From the architect. playLAND is a set of three bouncy and colorful spatial interventions geared for children in the public space of Paredes de Coura, that built a human scale Lego using beach buoys as module.
Mega Menus (Axure Tip #1) — Christopher Roosen Download my free, customizable mega menu widget for Axure 6.5. The Mega Menu - An Overview Dropdown ‘mega menus’ (otherwise known as ‘meta menus’ or ‘mega dropdowns’) are becoming increasingly common in the online world, particularly on sites with broad and deep information architecture. When used in place of a normal drop down, mega menus allow the designer to organize the menu links into categories, present links in columns and surface specific relevant content links. Creating a Mega Menu in Axure 6.5 Axure 6.5 currently provides customisable widgets for standard dropdown menus, however no default widget yet exists for mega menus.
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Free CAD Files of 241 Major World Cities Free CAD Files of 241 Major World Cities Creating designs for cities all over the planet may have just gotten a whole lot easier - thanks to Brandon Liu, a Software Developer from San Francisco who used data from OpenStreetMap to create .DXF CAD files of 241 major cities worldwide. These files are entirely free to download, and from San Francisco to Sydney, Buenos Aires to Beijing and Helsinki to Harare, most of the world's major cities are included. The files do have some limitations, due to the way they were converted from online data (perhaps the most limiting is that roads are only marked by a single line), however the files give information on roads categorized from major to minor, buildings, railways, parks and bodies of water, with each element given its own layer on the drawing. Check out the links to all 241 files after the break, and visit Liu's website here for more information. North America
Learning React.js: Getting Started and Concepts # Introduction Today we are going to kick off the first installment in a new series of tutorials, Learning React, that will focus on becoming proficient and effective with Facebook’s React library. Before we start building anything meaningful, its important that we cover some base concepts first, so lets get this party started.
Defining a More Purposeful Architecture: A Guide to Current Architectural Trends The current state of architectural design incorporates many contemporary ideas of what defines unique geometry. With the advent of strong computer software at the early 21st century, an expected level of experimentation has overtaken our profession and our academic realms to explore purposeful architecture through various techniques, delivering meaningful buildings that each exhibit a message of cultural relevancy. These new movements are not distinct stylistic trends, but modes of approaching concept design. They often combine with each other, or with stylistic movements, to create complete designs. Outlined within this essay are five movements, each with varying degrees of success creating purposeful buildings: Diagramism, Neo-Brutalism, Revitism, Scriptism, and Subdivisionism.