Free-form web curation is new media—designed to support users in creating new conceptual, spatial contexts—in which they discover and interpret relationships through visual thinking.
When the entire world has adopted devices with sleek, silent touch interfaces, where will we turn for the sound of fingers striking QWERTY keypads? Tell me that. And tell me: Who will play my GameBoy when I'm gone? These questions and more led me to the undertaking that is The Museum Of Endangered Sounds.
This simple tutorial will teach you how to make a short and sweet handmade pop-up book with just a few art materials.
A few weeks ago, I completed the journey that was 100 Days of Fonts on which every single day for a period of time spanning over 3 months, I designed and coded a unique typographic design using Google Fonts and good ol' CSS. The project was my take on the 100 Day Project originally conceived by Michael Beirut for the Yale MFA program, recently popularized by Elle Luna and The Great Discontent.
When we interviewed Elle Luna in October 2013, she had recently left her day job to dive into painting full-time. Prior to that, she had helped design Mailbox's iPhone app, redesign Uber's iOS app, an
Exploring identity, creativity and digital portfolios and a/r/tographer. “A/r/tography is a methodology of embodiment, of continuous engagement with the world, one that interrogates yet celebrates meaning” (Irwin & Springgay, 2008, p.xxix).