For the final project in the Image Making course I did in Coursera, we had to design a visual book (cover, 3 spreads (3×2 pages) and a back cover.) I really did enjoy this one. My first “book”! I don’t need to talk anymore. Here it is. and the back cover You can see the full “book”: MShaker_Full_Narrative. Continue reading Creating a Visual Book – A Story of Good and Evil
Reading this book: “Web Form Design: Filling in the Blanks” and greeted with this #innovative progress bar design on top. Love it! Continue reading DT #3: Small details make all the difference
A great guide on design and UX from ustwo, the creator of Monument Valley. (Download the full pdf here.) Continue reading DT#2: Great read on Design and UX
Ok, I’m on twitter Follow me on twitter You should follow me on twitter You should follow me on twitter here Do they differ in any kind? What has the most clicks if you added it to the end of your post? Actually they are not the same at all. DUSTIN CURTIS showed that the following ups in CTR: I’m on twitter: 4.70 Follow me on twitter: 7.31 You should follow me on twitter:10.09 You should follow me on twitter here: 12.81 So, Some words worth a thousand words Read more in Seductive Interaction Design: Creating Playful, Fun, and Effective … Watch … Continue reading DT#1 – Twitter, Twitter here?
So, I this is my book of the week: Graphics Design Solution’s. It’s a truly lovely journey on Graphic Design. Recommended. If you wanna read more about it, you know where to look. Continue reading Book of the Week
Since I’m crazy about everything about design, I’m just into the fourth course in this specialization on Coursera. Just finished the first three with all 100% so I’m pretty excited to continue to the Capstone Project later in June. If you are really into design you should definitely start there. A very good specialisation from CalArts, California. Here’s one of the crazy things I did. I’ll try to publish the rest of my work work during these courses here, soon. Continue reading Graphic Design Specialisation on Coursera
I LOVE Typography. I LOVE it. This short course was fun more than informative for me I think. I’ve read books on typography before but thought that I should do some kind of systemic work with the pro CALArts. The course is both lightweight and fun. Definitely a recommended. Continue reading Introduction to Typography – Finished with 100%!