Check out my latest concept for my new identity system. For a while now I have been meaning to spice up my identity pieces and put a new face on a fresh set of skills and technique.
Share your thoughts? Suggestions?
Steve Jobs, CEO of Apple, inc. has announced today that he will be resigning his post as Chief Executive Officer of the legendary electronics device designer and manufacturer. Normally such news would not make this blog, however, being that Apple plays an instrumental role in the design industry, both as the industry standard platform and as a source of inspiration for many designers, this could potentially have a long term on the design industry. Where will Apple go from here? More stories to be posted as details unfold.
What are your reactions to this? How strongly do you feel this could impact Apple in the future?
See the original story on the CNN website at: http://finance.fortune.cnn.com/2011/08/24/fallen-apple-steve-jobs-resigns/
I am sorry I have not had a new article ready for everyone. After my leg operation a few weeks ago, my immune system has been pretty much shot and I have been really ill recently. I have several articles in the works and will try to get back on schedule as soon as possible.
I am currently developing a story for this blog in regards to iPads and their new role in the digital creative age. I have found in my personal experience that they have so many ways to contribute to the creative process. This post, however, is about you. I want to find out if you use an iPad in your creative process and if you do, how do you use it? Sketching? Note-taking? A resource for ideas? Or better yet, do you feel they disrupt the creative process?
Below is a one-question poll – please check make a selection. You are here, after all. Also, I encourage you to post comments and lets get a discussion going. Please share your thoughts and experiences.
SO YOU KNOW: I will be taking your feedback here, as well as other sources, and use them as part of an an article that is currently in development. If you have any questions or objections, please email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Hello friends – to those of you who are always expanding your social network, both personally and professionally, I have just joined the Zerply band-wagon. It is a nice little professional networking site that has the easy to use look and feel of tumblr while keeping the professional connections resource of LinkedIn. I recommend stopping by, taking a look and hey – stop by my page – zerp.ly/innov8ional.
Also, if you are on Zerply (or any of the other many networks I am with) and are interested in connecting, please send me an invite via those pages or you may email me at email@example.com. Please include:
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Is thumbnailing and concept sketching still a part of your creative process? Throughout my experience both professionally and as a student, I have seen many newer students of the industry draw less and seemingly push the same idea across the computer screen until it becomes more of what they want. I personally value the process of the thumb nailing and conceptualizing on paper for the fact I feel it pushes us to explore more ways we can execute an idea far more efficiently than on the computer. I have met some professors that demand it while I have met many professionals that skip it.
Please share your thoughts and experiences. SO YOU KNOW: I will be taking your feedback here, as well as other sources, and use them as part of an an article that is currently in development. If you have any questions or objections, please email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
For LinkedIn users: join the conversation @ Is sketching still a part of your creative process?