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Design Links - Deutsches Design + Webdesign Verzeichnis Freebies • Spoon Graphics 10 Free Retro Text Effect Graphic Styles for Adobe Illustrator Last week I shared a tutorial showing how to create a retro text style using Adobe Illustrator. I had lots of fun producing that effect, so I’ve been busy crafting a number of additional colour combinations to create a collection of 10 free retro text styles for you to download. Apply them to your text elements with just a single click to produce a variety of colourful titles with faux-3D, halftone texturing and subtle shading effects. 12 Free Cinematic Photo Effect Actions for Adobe Photoshop I’ve been having fun working on a brand new set of free Photoshop Actions to transform your photographs with various contrast and colour alterations. 10 Free Black Grunge Textures Made From The Ashes of Hell! 30 Free Magic Bitmap Texture Graphics for Adobe Illustrator I have a new collection of free design resources to share with you this week, and these are MAGIC… Well not really, but kind of!

AisleOne - Graphic Design, Typography and Grid Systems Hi-Fructose Magazine Jonathan Ive Sir Jonathan Paul „Jony“ Ive, KBE (* 27. Februar 1967 in London) ist ein britischer Designer, der eine Vielzahl von Produkten von Apple maßgeblich gestaltet hat. Derzeit ist er Chief Design Officer[1] des Konzerns und dabei auch für die grafische Benutzeroberfläche der Apple-Software und die Gestaltung der weltweiten Retail Stores zuständig.[2] Leben[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten] Ausbildung[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten] Jonathan Ives Vater war ein Silberschmied, der an einer Hochschule tätig war. Ive besuchte die Chingford Foundation School, anschließend Walton High School in Staffordshire (England) und studierte an der Newcastle Polytechnic Art School der Northumbria University in Northeast England, an der er 1989 seinen Abschluss in Produktdesign machte. Designer bei Apple[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten] Ab diesem Zeitpunkt war Ive für die Gestaltung der gesamten Apple-Produktlinie verantwortlich. Weitere Tätigkeiten[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]

Best Portfolios 2009 - Die besten Portfolios 2009 | Design Journal - Interaktives Design & Neue Medien Exklusiv im Design Journal: die 30 besten Portfolio Websites des Jahres 2009. Die vorgestellten Portfolios repräsentieren Einzelpersonen und oder Ein-Mann-Studios, sie sind chronologisch nach Veröffentlichungsdatum geordnet und stammen aus dem Fundus von mehreren hundert Websites, die im Jahr 2009 bei spyline präsentiert worden sind. Anders Bergh Das Portfolio von Anders Bergh, einem Fotografen aus Kopenhagen, Dänemark. Francois Perreault Das Portfolio von Francois Perreault, einem Interactive Developer aus Montreal, Kanada. Ciril Jazbec Ciril Jazbec ist ein preisgekrönter Fotograf aus Slowenien. credits: DrawingArt Matthias Dittrich Matthias Dittrich ist ein Interaction Designer aus Berlin. Inside Piet Inside Piet ist das Portfolio von Piet Dewijngaert, einem Flash Developer aus Leuven, Belgien. thetoke™ thetoke™ ist das Portfolio von Darek Nyckowiak, einem Flash Developer und Motion Designer aus Posen, Polen. Miguel Endara Miguel Endara ist ein US-amerikanischer Art Director. 310k Søren Rose gsenpod

Fuel Your Creativity spatium - Magazin für Typografie Sprint | Book by Jake Knapp, John Zeratsky, Braden Kowitz Sprint 1 Challenge In 2002, a clarinet player named James Freeman quit his job as a professional musician and founded . . . a coffee cart. James was obsessed with freshly roasted coffee. In those days in the San Francisco area, it was nearly impossible to find coffee beans with a roast date printed on the bag. So James decided to do it himself. He carefully roasted beans in a potting shed at home, then drove to farmers’ markets in Berkeley and Oakland, California, where he brewed and sold coffee by the cup. Soon James and his cart, called Blue Bottle Coffee, developed a following. But James didn’t consider the business perfect, or complete. So in October 2012, Blue Bottle Coffee raised $20 million from a group of Silicon Valley investors, including GV. Several weeks later, on a bright December afternoon, Braden Kowitz and John Zeratsky met up with James. They talked about who should be in the sprint. We ran into a big question: How should we organize the coffee? Patterns emerged.

50 Amazing Gig Posters Sure to Inspire The gig poster scene isn’t exactly the best kept secret among music fiends like myself. It is a tradition that started in the 60′s and is still going strong. Nowadays, the majority of indie bands have a growing collection of poster art that is just too incredible to simply throw away once the show has ended. Not surprisingly, this has led to the gig poster being something of a collectors item for music fanatics everywhere. The following are 50 hand picked gig posters whose creativity and imagination blew me away. Rilo Kiley Designer: Lure Design Inc Les Savy Fav Designer: Cody Fennell Devendra Banhart Designer: Spike Press The National Broken Social Scene Designer: The Small Stakes My Morning Jacket Designer: Andrio Abero Mates Of State Andrew Bird Designer: Gina Kelly The Decemberists Designer: Little Jacket Animal Collective Designer: Delicious Design League Deerhoof The Shins Designer: Kevin Tong …And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead Designer: Dave Conrey We Are Scientists Designer: Jonathan Schmitt Stars