Personalized Gifts | Make Unique Gifts, T-Shirts & More at Zazzle Elige un producto Comienza eligiendo cualquiera de nuestros miles de productos. Personalízalo Puedes personalizar el texto, el color y mucho más. ¡Ya es tuyo! Añádelo a tu carrito, cómpralo o véndelo. La experiencia de personalización de Zazzle funciona mejor en un navegador de ordenador. Estamos trabajando en una experiencia móvil, pero hasta que esté lista, por favor vuelve a visitar esta sección en tu ordenador. The Disrupters: Working Outside The Business Norm “Taking Your Talent to the Web” is now a free downloadable book RATED FIVE STARS at Amazon.com since the day it was published, Taking Your Talent to the Web (PDF) is now a free downloadable book from zeldman.com: I wrote this book in 2001 for print designers whose clients want websites, print art directors who’d like to move into full–time web and interaction design, homepage creators who are ready to turn pro, and professionals who seek to deepen their web skills and understanding. Here we are in 2009, and print designers and art directors are scrambling to move into web and interaction design. The dot-com crash killed this book. Now it lives again. While browser references and modem speeds may reek of 2001, much of the advice about transitioning to the web still holds true. It’s yours. Oh, yes, here’s that ancient Amazon page. Short Link Update – now with bookmarks Attention, K-Mart shoppers. Around the Word with Web Talent My first book didn't sell very well but it had an effect on people's hearts. In "art" Dear AIGA, where are the web designers?
Coggle Growth Needs Space: A BBH Cannes Speech (With A Difference) Last Friday in Cannes, BBH’s own Sir John Hegarty gave the following speech co-authored with co-founder Nigel Bogle (Nigel was unfortunately unable to join him due to illness). The premise of their speech is powerfully simple: growth needs space. Space needs difference. Of course we could simply have put the video of Sir John’s speech here on the blog, alongside the slideshare. Sir John Hegarty at Cannes via vidazzl.com We’re planning on making this a platform where anyone can upload a speech and display it in a, well, vidazzled version, but for now you can view Sir John’s speech from the Cannes Festival here and, of course, let us know your thoughts on the talk, on the presentation and on the difference.’ Gabor (Creative Technologist) adds a note on the choice of technology and the time frame: ‘The oldest email I found in my mailbox about vidazzl is just a bit more than a month old. vidazzl credits: Jeremy Ettinghausen – Creative Director Gabor Szalatnyai – Creative Technologist
Digital scrapbooks for student creativity, self-expression, and imagination - Beeclip EDU Five big ideas from five big thinkers. | NEXTNESS 1. Nicholas Felton. Let data tell your life story. Last week, Facebook released its newest and arguably most important update: Timeline. Timeline was inspired by Nicholas Felton, poached by Facebook to join its product team after five years of developing complex and beautiful life ‘Annual Reports.’ Nicholas says, I don’t know exactly when my love for charts began. “His work was a huge inspiration on a lot of the big ideas that we presented today,” Facebook VP of product Christopher Cox said at Timeline’s launch. More: Nicholas Felton’s website | blog | On Twitter @feltron | Daytum, the site he developed to assist people track their own data. 2. Maria Popova is renowned on the blogosphere for her magpie’s ability to source the most fascinating and glittering pieces of creativity from every field and discipline, from the most recent to the centuries-old. She calls the concept behing her curation ‘combinatorial creativity‘: 3. 4. Now he says “social media feels done. 5.
Ibm's report creative leadership report july 2011