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a mobile pattern reference for animations / movement
animation  apps  inspiration  mobile  ios  forsnd 
july 2013 by tysone
AIGA Video: Jonathan Hoefler & Tobias Frere-Jones
Type designers extraordinaire Jonathan Hoefler and Tobias Frere-Jones are recognized with the AIGA Medal for their contributions to the typographic landscape through impeccable craftsmanship, skilled historical reference and insightful vernacular considerations.
forsnd  typography  h&fj 
may 2013 by tysone
The New York Times launched a revamped mobile site
Two design trends: Make all your mobile products look alike (app or web) and make it clean, clean, clean.
NYT  mobile  design  redesign  forsnd 
may 2013 by snd-org
Amanda Cox: The Power of Visualization's "Aha!" Moments
Data viz is both young and not young. It's still rapidly changing, so I'm hoping it gets more awesome rapidly. But we're already at a place where we can make people understand what they didn't understand.
forsnd  design  infographics  toteach  from instapaper
april 2013 by tysone
The must-have OS X apps for developers and designers
"Yep, it’s the post every Mac user has to publish at least once in their lifetime. But hear me out now; If you’re a designer or developer, you might this list useful."
forsnd  apps 
march 2013 by tysone
The Newspaper of Tomorrow: 11 Predictions from Yesteryear
Visions of what newspapers might look like in the future have been varied throughout the 20th century. Sometimes they’ve taken the form of a piece of paper that you print at home, delivered via satellite or radio waves. Other times it’s a multimedia product that lives on your tablet or TV. Today we’re taking a look at just a few of the newspapers from the futures that never were.
forsnd  newspapers  design  prediction 
march 2013 by tysone
ProPublica's Casino-Driven Design for Crowdsourcing
We called the design we devised for participation-oriented areas of the site “Casino-Driven Design.” A variant of Behavior Design, Casino-Driven Design cuts away all distraction and drives the user’s attention toward staying focused on a single task.
toteach  newsapps  webdesign  forsnd 
march 2013 by tysone
Typographica: Our Favorite Typefaces of 2012
For the font market, 2012 was a year in which burgeoning trends matured into permanent shifts.
forsnd  design  typography 
march 2013 by tysone
Interview with Amanda Cox
In this conversation Miguel talks with Amanda Cox about making information visualizations at The New York Times. Concepts covered include the importance of sketching with data, iterating/prototyping quickly, and being goal oriented in your design(s).
amanda_cox  nytgfx  forsnd 
february 2013 by tysone
No, I'm not going to download your app
How we read news in the era of stupid pointless iPhone apps.
forsnd  news  reading  design 
february 2013 by tysone
The Onion: Internet Users Demand Less Interactivity
Tired of being bombarded with constant requests to share content on social media, bestow ratings, leave comments, and generally “join in on the discussion,” the nation’s Internet users demanded substantially less interactivity this week.
internet  theonion  webdesign  forsnd 
january 2013 by tysone
4 Copy Editors Killed In Ongoing AP Style, Chicago Manual Gang Violence
“At this time we have reason to believe the killings were gang-related and carried out by adherents of both the AP and Chicago styles, part of a vicious, bloody feud to establish control over the grammar and usage guidelines governing American English,” said FBI spokesman Paul Holstein, showing reporters graffiti tags in which the word “anti-social” had been corrected to read “antisocial.”
grammar  language  theonion  forsnd 
january 2013 by tysone
The Universal Arts of Graphic Design | Off Book | PBS - YouTube
Though often overlooked, Graphic Design surrounds us: it is the signs we read, the products we buy, and the rooms we inhabit.
forsnd  design 
november 2012 by tysone
Web Site Pagination is Evil
Pagination is one of the worst design and usability sins on the Web, the kind of obvious no-no that should have gone out with blinky text, dancing cat animations, and autoplaying music. It shows constant, quiet contempt for people who should be any news site’s highest priority—folks who want to read articles all the way to the end.
design  internet  forsnd  newsdesign 
october 2012 by tysone
PBS: The Art of Web Design
The explosion of the internet over the past 20 years has led to the development of one of the newest creative mediums: the website. Web designers have adapted through the technological developments of html, CSS, Flash, and JavaScript, and have mastered the balance between creativity and usability.
forsnd  design  toteach  html  webdesign 
september 2012 by tysone
The Colbert Report: Logo Makeover for USA Today
In a digital era where print media is struggling, USA Today is focusing its energy where it counts: the logo.
forsnd  design  usat 
september 2012 by tysone
Brand New: USA TODAY for Tomorrow
Late last week, USA TODAY announced a complete redesign of all its platforms, including the ubiquitous print edition and its identity, both designed by Wolff Olins.
forsnd  redesign  design 
september 2012 by tysone
What Ate the Periodical? A Primer for Web Geeks
“Newspaper” and “magazine” are labels that speak to format and topicality, and plenty has been written about both. But they also speak to how those entities are structured as businesses. What, if anything, did the internet change about those things? And what qualities endure despite the shifting tides? Let’s take a look.
forsnd  toteach  journalism  newspapers 
september 2012 by tysone
Critics Find a Target in the Circles of USA Today’s Redesign
The day after USA Today unveiled its new edition, the design community was in a fluster about the newspaper’s new look and puzzled by the bold circles that appear in the top, left-hand corner of every section.
usat  forsnd  design  newsdesign 
september 2012 by tysone
Creative Review - USA Today redesigns
Wolff Olins has brought some of the techniques more usually associated with the world of corporate branding to the newspaper with the redesign of USA Today.
usat  redesign  forsnd 
september 2012 by tysone

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