ACTIVATE TEDxGUC - Team2014 Ahmed Mokhtar Amr Elselouky Ahmad Al-Ashry Heba Abdelfattah Finance/Co-founder Marketing/Co-founder Chairman/Founder Team Development/Co-founder Eames House: Ray & Charles Eames Need Your Help Charles Ormand Eames, Jr., was born in St. Louis where he briefly studied architecture at Washington University. A fan of the work of Frank Lloyd Wright and the modern architecture movement, he later opened an architectural office in St. Louis. Ray Eames, nee Ray Kaiser, was born and raised in Sacramento. Charles and Ray met at Cranbrook Academy of Art in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan — Charles as a teacher and Ray as a student. Their love bloomed quietly but quickly. A month later, the newlyweds moved to Los Angeles to begin their life and career together. Charles and Ray designed the Eames Splint for the U.S. Arts & Architecture magazine introduced the Case Study program. The original design for Case Study House #8 (by Charles Eames and Eero Saarinen and referred to as the Bridge House) was rethought after Charles and Ray fell in love with the meadow on which the house was to be built. Case Study House No. 8, which would later become known as the Eames House, was constructed.
Pracownia Olszańska – malarstwo, rzeźba, lalkarstwo, batik, rysunek, biżuteria Pełnyekran Podziel się tym Efekty dźwiękowe Proudly created by Prace powstają techniką własną za pomocą rąk i wyobraźni. Do malowania używam farb renomowanych firm: Rembrandt, Van Dyck, Astra. Batik - ręczna technika malowania rozgrzanym woskiem na płótnie, a następnie wielokrotnego farbowania wybranych fragmentów tkaniny. Prace są wykonywane w technologii "na wosk tracony": najpierw wyrzeźbione w materiale miękkim (wosk), a następnie odlane z mosiądzu i poddane obróbce końcowej. Prace powstają w technice własnej. Wszystkie prace powstają tylko w jednym egzemplarzu, według mojego pomysłu i projektu. Uff, po ponad roku wytężonej pracy w glinie, gipsie, żywicy i metalu wszystkie czternaście stacji Drogi Krzyżowej oddane :) Zapraszam do obejrzenia zdjęć w dziale GALERIA lub na żywo w kościele pw. Równolegle z pracą nad ołtarzem powstaje nowy cykl rzeźb z mosiądzu. wyrażania opinii na Facebooku :) Uwaga! Barbara Olszańska-Żywalewska Rzeźbię, maluję, rysuję. Inspiracje Trzcina na wietrze.
Wild Blue The Selfhood on Behance The following is a digital compositing project reflecting the selfhood of an individual through searching within the stages of his/ her life such… Read More The following is a digital compositing project reflecting the selfhood of an individual through searching within the stages of his/ her life such as interpersonal relationships, managing emotions and the search of identity. Read Less Published: June 23, 2013 Views268Appreciations19Comments7 The following is a digital compositing project reflecting the selfhood of an individual through searching within the stages of his/ her life such… Read More The following is a digital compositing project reflecting the selfhood of an individual through searching within the stages of his/ her life such as interpersonal relationships, managing emotions and the search of identity.
Wildlife.la - Let's get Wild Azucena Corporate Identity on Behance Azucena is an industrial design company. I have imagined this Italian industrial reality in the future. Firstly, I have summarized the needs of A… Read More Azucena is an industrial design company. Published: June 03, 2014 Views8671Appreciations891Comments27 Azucena is an industrial design company. Azucena is an industrial design company. 30 Fantastic Examples of Parallax Scrolling Websites With HTML5 and CSS3 it becomes possible to create more interesting and eye-catchy effects in browsers. Parallax illusion is one of these effects that hit the world of website design. Parallax scrolling involves the background which is moving slower than the foreground creating an amazing 3D effect while you scroll down the page. The very first website with parallax scrolling effect was designed by Ian Coyle in 2011. It was the site for Nike “Nike Better World”. Rimmel London Pressels Poppy Spend HotDot TEDxGUC Costa Flat vs Realism Teapot Creation NASA Prospect Boy Coy The Beast 13 Reasons Inforgraphic Lost World’s Fairs Puma Mobium Living World Olszanska Lexus Asia Madwell Tinke Jacksonville Artwork These Are Things Volkswagen Jan Ploch Mario Kart Wii Experience Moto Oakley Timmy Tompkins App Skinjay Anthelios Bagigia Putzengel About the Author Nancy Young is a passionate writer and blogger.
How To Design Interfaces from a User Experience Perspective | Trends Both web design and mobile app design share many similar features. One of the most important features is that they’re both created for an audience, whether young kids or teens or adults or some kind of mix. The end user should be your most important priority when it comes to brainstorming new ideas. For this reason I’d like to share a few tips related to interface design for creating a beneficial user experience. UI design focuses more on elements like composition, rhythm, balance, colors, and legibility. Managing Priorities First and foremost it helps to get a small list of ideas related to the design. If you can have a list of priorities it’ll force the layout to fall into place. When you have a pretty good understanding of the overall interface then try to design some quick wireframes. Make Stuff Easy People have an obvious appreciation for beautiful design. At first you might need to really ponder and think what exactly people need to do. Prominent Elements Offer a Helpful Nudge