I’m testing some animations to show cards of meanings related to the single part of the lyrics .
Photographs of golf balls
by James Friedman
Pop up Book - Laura Kuusk.
Project 9: Google.com Search Redesign
For this project, I spent 90% of my time thinking of/sketching out the layout of the page and the last 10% was spent on the execution. I put a lot of thought into what functions could be added to the page - and after several wireframes, I decided to keep the functionality of the page similar to how it is now. There’s something to be said for such a simple composition with no added call-to-actions.
For my execution, I wanted to bring Google’s color palette forward and create a vibrant, larger-than-life presence for the search function. Depending on what device you’re on, I have the map at the bottom of the browser with a scrubber, allowing the map to expand and take over the browser window. When the map search page takes over the browser, the scrubber reappears at the bottom, this time allowing the opportunity to expand the main search bar back onto the browser window - so the possibility to infinitely scrub between the two screens adds to the user experience.
I had so much fun with this project and hope y’all like my interpretation of the redesign.
BLOW | http://blow.hk
"I have a designed a set of thank you card for Polytrade paper. The card has used the colorful astrobrights paper with silkscreen and hot stamping gold effect. The geometric design together with different color combination giving a unique and modern touch of the cards. "
BLOW is a Hong Kong based design studio founded by Ken Lo in 2010. Specialized in branding, identities, packaging, environmental graphics, print, publications and website design, we provide clients with mind-blowing design in simple and bold approach that helps the brand to stand out in the crowd.
On Thursday, the Andy Warhol Museum announced that it had found original works by the iconic artist in an unusual place.
Illustration by Nicola Felasquez Felaco
Toad is the lovely supporting character who tries to help Mario and Luigi on their adventures
Talking with User Interface & User Experience Designers
Tokyo Reverse by french new media artist Simon Bouisson.
Simian Mobile Disco
A creative collaboration with DesignStudio.
Direction and Production DesignStudio
Art Direction Jamie Thompson and Jack Featherstone
Direction Jamie Thompson
Design Studio team: