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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with the AIGA Medal for their contributions to the typographic landscape through impeccable craftsmanship, skilled historical reference and insightful vernacular considerations.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
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
USA TODAY redesign: A look at the #newusatoday - YouTube
USA TODAY is launching a dramatic redesign of its print and digital products, as well as the introduction of a dynamic new logo. Take a look.
forsnd  design  redesign  usat 
september 2012 by tysone
'USA Today' Unveils New Look, Logo
It’s a promising revamp. USA Today appears to have listened closely to readers and advertisers, identifying its core strengths and refashioning them for today’s fast-paced, device-owning reader. “We want to be modern, to do what we used to do: Give readers information they can’t get anywhere else,” says Kramer.
forsnd  design  redesign  usat 
september 2012 by tysone
USA Today Redesign - The Onion
For the first time in its history, USA Today is undergoing a major redesign. What are some of the changes in store for readers?
forsnd  design  usatoday 
september 2012 by tysone
Hufington Magazine: 10 Lessons From the First 10 Issues
Josh Klenert: "As we publish our 10th issue of Huffington magazine and in anticipation of our September 10th Design and Tech Meet Up in partnership with SPD, here's a snapshot of lessons learned developing and publishing a new digital-only magazine."
forsnd  design  huffingtonpost 
august 2012 by tysone
Hear, All Ye People; Hearken, O Earth - NYTimes.com
Here is my confession. My quiz wasn’t really a test of the optimism or pessimism of the reader. There was a hidden agenda. It was a test of the effect of fonts on truth. Or to be precise, the effect on credulity. Are there certain fonts that compel a belief that the sentences they are written in are true?
forsnd  design  typography  errol_morris  nytimes 
august 2012 by tysone
Economically Healthy 'Daily Planet' Now Most Unrealistic Part Of Superman Universe
Frustrated fans of the Superman comic book said Monday the continued financial stability and cultural relevance of the series' Daily Planet newspaper is now the most unrealistic part of its universe and an annoying distraction that has ruined their reading experience.
forsnd  journalism 
july 2012 by tysone
Artists Commemorate the 25-year anniversary of the GIF
In celebration of the format’s 25th anniversary, the Daily Dot reached out to 19 GIF artists from across the Web to create special, commemorative animations for the occasion and to sound off on the future of GIF.
forsnd  history  internet  animation 
june 2012 by tysone
"Fit to Print" Trailer
Newest trailer for "Fit to Print" - a documentary about the changing news environment, past present and future.
forsnd  journalism 
june 2012 by tysone
The World’s First and Only Completely Honest Resume of a Graphic Designer.
Skills: All the computer programs known to man, except for Microsoft Word. That is where graphic design goes to lay down and die.
forsnd  design  mcsweeneys 
june 2012 by tysone
Pentagram: The Forty Story
The story of a boy born on the day Pentagram opened and how his life has been tracked (and kerned) by forty years of Pentagram design.
pentagram  forsnd 
may 2012 by tysone
Rands In Repose: Please Learn to Write
Coding is unforgiving. Its structure is well-defined and enforced by whatever interpreter or compiler you might be using. You are punished swiftly for obvious errors. You are punished more subtly for the less obvious ones.
creativity  programming  writing  forsnd 
may 2012 by tysone
When Letraset Was King
For serious graphic designers, Letraset was the Adobe of the Seventies. Here’s a look at two of the company’s catalogs from 1970 and 1973.
design  history  forsnd  analog  typography 
may 2012 by tysone
Good Fucking Design Advice
Clients got you down? Looking for motivation to continue on? Complete your life with one of our products.
design  toteach  hilarious  inspiration  forsnd 
april 2012 by tysone
I Am the One Who Clicks Banner Ads.
It is I who click the banner ads. While you check the weather, I find out why California dermatologists hate the one weird skin care secret discovered by a stay-at-home mom.
mcsweeneys  hilarious  forsnd 
april 2012 by tysone
The design of a signage typeface | I love typography, the typography and fonts blog
The story begins in 2006 with a trip down Route 66. Day in, day out, I looked at U.S. traffic signs that were either set in the old, somewhat clumsy “FHWA font series” or the new Clearview HWY typeface. Approaching the signs, I would often test myself: which typeface works best from a distance, and which of its features or details might be responsible for its performance.
design  typography  signage  legibility  forsnd 
april 2012 by tysone
On (Design) Bullshit
Calling bullshit on a designer, then, stings all the more because it contains an element of accuracy. ... Every once in a while, however, there is satisfaction to be had when design bullshit attains the level of art.
forsnd  design  toteach  from instapaper
april 2012 by tysone
Field Notes Memo Archive
Field Notes owe their existence to a tradition of promotional memo books distributed to American farmers over the last hundred years by seed, tractor, and other agricultural companies. Co-founder Aaron Draplin has been collecting these for years, “rescuing them” from obscurity.
forsnd  design  history  video 
april 2012 by tysone
Worth a Thousand Words: Inside the 'NYT' Graphics Department
Words are not enough—but in some ways, they're more important than ever. That's the main takeaway from this Gestalten TV profile of the graphics department at The New York Times.
nytgfx  nytimes  design  data  visualization  forsnd 
april 2012 by tysone
'Businessweek' tag-team talks about how their subjects are boring (visually) and how they try to make them not be | Capital New York
As far as magazine redesigns go, there hasn't been one as buzzy or well-received over the past few years as Businessweek's.
forsnd  design  businessweek 
march 2012 by tysone
Audio: The 15 Awesome SXSW Interactive Panels Every Journalist Should Listen To - Phlog
If you're a journalist in the trenches, chances are you're too busy and too poor to attend (and your publisher is too poor to send you to) SXSW Interactive, the annual to-do where all the smart, well-funded bastards go to interact with other smart, well-funded bastards who can afford to think for five minutes about how to get us all out of this goddamn mess we're in. 
forsnd  sxsw  journalism 
march 2012 by tysone
Famous Photogs Pose With Their Most Iconic Images
Tim Mantoani hopes to change that by taking portraits of famous photographers holding their most iconic or favorite photos in his new book Behind Photographs: Archiving Photographic Legends. Mantoani has shot over 150 of these portraits in the last five years, most of which are contained in the book.
forsnd  photography 
february 2012 by tysone
Roger Black: Confessions of a font judge
Type is getting popular, or maybe too popular? This was the subtext of a discussion at Cooper Union, January 12, among this year’s TDC type design judges.
typography  roger_black  forsnd 
january 2012 by tysone
Gchatting with Jennifer Daniel
Bloomberg Businessweek’s graphics director on pictograms, clowns, and outsourcing sex ed to Yahoo! Answers
forsnd  design  illustration  jendaniel 
january 2012 by tysone
The Value of the Designer Who Codes
This was a story about two people. But imagine how powerful it would be if it were about one. What if the design vision of Steve Jobs could be in the same brain as the engineering excellence of Chris Espinosa?
forsnd  code  design 
january 2012 by tysone
Video: PressPausePlay
The digital revolution of the last decade has unleashed creativity and talent in an unprecedented way, with unlimited opportunities. But does democratized culture mean better art or is true talent instead drowned out?
forsnd  towatch  creativity 
january 2012 by tysone
10 New Year’s Resolutions for Designers
We did pretty good last year. This year? This year’s gonna be a goddamned golden age. Last year we trained. This year we fight.  
design  advice  forsnd 
january 2012 by tysone
Postmortem: BusinessWeek’s Year-End Issue
The year-end issue, like all of our special issues in general and 2010’s year-end specifically, was cruel to the graphics desk. 7-day workweeks. Sleep dep. Spiders living in my neckbeard. But it turned out nice, so I’ll walk you through the process of getting my charts on page.
forsnd  data  businessweek  visualization 
december 2011 by tysone
Notable Op-Ed Art of 2011
A selection of visual highlights from the past year.
nytimes  nytopinion  illustration  forsnd 
december 2011 by tysone
Damon Winter's Portraits of Lives Restored
"With the final installment of the Lives Restored series published this week, Damon Winter discusses the challenges he faced in capturing what's essentially invisible: what happens inside someone's mind."
forsnd  photography  damonwinter  photojournalism  portraits 
december 2011 by tysone
Substratum Interviews Amanda Cox
"When you can help to clarify something complicated, that’s a worthwhile endeavor and that’s the part that I think is the most fun."
amanda_cox  nytgfx  forsnd 
december 2011 by tysone
Massoud Hossaini's Front-Page Photograph From an Attack in Kabul - NYTimes.com
Massoud Hossaini has never cried like this before. His photograph of a young Shiite woman, bloody and screaming, made the front page of The New York Times this morning. It also appeared on the front page of The Los Angeles Times and the Washington Post.
photojournalism  forsnd 
december 2011 by tysone
An interview with the creator of the Comic Sans
Former Microsoft Typographic Engineer and accomplished photographer talks about his experiences working for Microsoft, where he got the inspiration for Comic Sans, what he makes of the vocal criticism of the font, and his perspective on the future of typography
forsnd  typography  comic_sans  design  microsoft 
december 2011 by tysone
How infographics jumped the shark
Infographics are incredibly useful for cutting through today’s data overload, but their proliferation puts them at risk of being overused, and their impact diluted.
data  visualization  infographics  forsnd 
december 2011 by tysone
The Evolution of iPad Magazine Designs
A quick tour through the evolution of different magazines' design ideas sheds some light on what's been working and what's just a waste of pixels. Our brief history is by no means exhaustive -- there are a ton of different magazine apps out there -- but we've done our best to cover the most influential trends.
design  forsnd  ipad 
december 2011 by tysone
A Brief Rant on the Future of Interaction Design
Hands do two things. They are two utterly amazing things, and you rely on them every moment of the day, and most Future Interaction Concepts completely ignore both of them. Hands feel things, and hands manipulate things.
forsnd  design  interaction  touch  prediction  ui  ux 
november 2011 by tysone
The Sketchbook of Susan Kare, the Artist Who Gave Computing a Human Face
The challenge of designing a personal computer that “the rest of us” would not only buy, but fall crazy in love with, however, required input from the kind of people who might some day be convinced to try using a Mac. Fittingly, one of the team’s most auspicious early hires was a young artist herself: Susan Kare.
forsnd  mac  apple  design  icons  history 
november 2011 by tysone
Less Human Than Human: The Design Philosophy of Apple
Maria Bustillos writes, "The widespread admiration for Apple's design ethos is in two parts: one functional, the other aesthetic. The functional aspects of Apple's products can indeed be magical and thrilling. But the vibe of Apple's product design is uniformly cool and impersonal, and the monolithic sterility of their glassy retail palaces is really something shocking. So far as design goes, it's an imperial aesthetic, entirely lacking a human dimension—or a potted plant."
forsnd  apple  stevejobs  design  aesthetics 
november 2011 by tysone
Video: Shan Carter at the Data Visualization Meetup
Shan Carter of the NY Times (@shancarter) gave a talk at Trulia for the Data Visualization meetup group at an event around Telling Stories with Data
shancarter  nytgfx  video  forsnd 
november 2011 by tysone
AIGA Video: Jonathan Hoefler
Jonathan Hoefler's presentation at AIGA is an exploration of this side of web fonts, and a discussion of where the needs of designers meet the needs of readers.
typography  webfonts  hf&j  forsnd 
november 2011 by tysone
Video: Nicholas Felton - Numerical Narratives
How might a life appear in charts and graphs? Nicholas Felton has been exploring this question for the last six years with his Feltron Annual Reports. In this presentation, he will discuss the tools and techniques of his data collection, curation and design, including the process behind the 2010 report on the life of his father.
towatch  forsnd  video  ucla  dma 
november 2011 by tysone
Paola Antonelli: The Story of Contemporary Typographical Design
Paola Antonelli writes, "Like architects and other designers, type designers have felt the need to move beyond modernism and find new inspiration in traditional examples, in the vernacular and in popular culture. Type is a design universe unto its own, an essential dimension of the history of modern art and design."
forsnd  design  typography 
november 2011 by tysone
Needing Jobs
“Jobs, jobs, jobs” has for months been the mandatory and obvious response of politicians when asked what they think the economy needs. (Like Tora, Tora, Tora, blah, blah, blah, and 9-9-9, it apparently doesn’t count unless said three times.) Sadly true to begin with, the phrase took on additional sorrow last month with the death of Steve Jobs, whose public persona had become synonymous with Apple.
stevejobs  apple  design  forsnd 
november 2011 by tysone
EAMES: The Architect and The Painter - Trailer
The husband-and-wife team of Charles and Ray Eames are widely regarded as America's most important designers.
forsnd  design  documentary  film 
october 2011 by tysone
Kohi Vinh: Where Are All the Ed-Ex Designers?
"I would guess that there are less than a few dozen people in the world who can create superb software for editorial products, who can combine the holistic, systems-level thinking of UX with the incisive storytelling instincts of editorial design."
forsnd  khoi_vinh  design  newsdesign 
october 2011 by tysone
4 reasons the Sunday front page now looks a lot like the Monday front page | Poynter.
Sara Quinn asks, "Where are all of the truly great Sunday, front page designs in the U.S. these days?"
forsnd  design  newspapers  from delicious
october 2011 by tysone
Data visualisation: in defence of bad graphics - The Guardian
Are most online data visualisations, well, just not very good? It's an issue we grapple with a lot - and some of you may have noticed a recent backlash against many of the most common data visualisations online.
forsnd  infographics  data  visualization  toteach  from delicious
october 2011 by tysone
How the Newsweeklies Covered (and Designed) the Death of Steve Jobs
Not only did Time, Bloomberg Businessweek, and Newsweek stop their production cycles on a dime and revamp with well-thought out and brilliantly-designed special issues, but they also, with covers, photos, and graphic treatments, helped drive the whole worldwide conversation about the "meaning" of Steve Jobs, turning a moment of sorrow into one of inspiration and creativity.
forsnd  design  stevejobs  from delicious
october 2011 by tysone
When Maps Shouldn’t Be Maps
"Sometimes the reflexive impulse to map the data can make you forget that showing the data in another form might answer other — and sometimes more important — questions. So, when should you use a form other than than a map?"
forsnd  graphics  visualization  data  toteach  from delicious
october 2011 by tysone
10 Favorite Tumblr Design Sites, by Tim Moore of Letter to Jane
Here is a list of what I feel are great examples of other artists and publications who are using Tumblr to connect with people.
forsnd  design  tumblr  from delicious
october 2011 by tysone
Kern Type, the kerning game
Your mission is simple: achieve pleasant and readable text by distributing the space between letters. Typographers call this activity kerning. Your solution will be compared to typographer's solution, and you will be given a score depending on how close you nailed it. Good luck!
forsnd  typography  toteach  games  design  from delicious
october 2011 by tysone
Steve Jobs, Enemy of Nostalgia
Mike Daisey writes, "Steve Jobs was an enemy of nostalgia. He believed that the future required sacrifice and boldness. He bet on new technologies to fill gaps even when the way was unclear."
forsnd  stevejobs  apple  nostalgia  from delicious
october 2011 by tysone
How Steve Jobs Infused Passion Into a Commodity
“In most people’s vocabularies, design means veneer. It’s interior decorating. It’s the fabric of the curtains and the sofa. But to me, nothing could be further from the meaning of design."
forsnd  design  stevejobs  quotes  inspiration  management  from delicious
october 2011 by tysone
SPD: Farewell to an Icon: Steve Jobs
We lost a great one yesterday. Here, the design community reacts to the impact that Apple co-founder Steve Jobs had on themselves and design along with a look at how magazines have covered his early death. 
forsnd  stevejobs  spd  design  from delicious
october 2011 by tysone
Celebrating The Times Magazine's Most Iconic Images
When you work for a magazine that produces 52 issues a year, there is not a lot of time for reflecting on the past. But that's exactly what Kathy Ryan, the longtime photo editor of The New York Times Magazine, was asked to do for The New York Times Magazine Photographs, a revealing new book to be published by Aperture this October.
nytmag  nytphoto  nytimes  photography  photojournalism  forsnd  from delicious
september 2011 by tysone
Notable Designers Reflect on Steve Jobs
Jobs believed design and technology could improve the world. “I want to put a ding in the universe,” he told me when I first met him in 1981. This was a sentence he often used. He scolded the nonbelievers.
forsnd  design  stevejobs  apple  from delicious
august 2011 by tysone
Don’t Fear the Internet: Basic HTML & CSS
Are you a print designer, photographer, fine-artist, or general creative person? Do you have a shitty website that you slapped together yourself in Dreamweaver in that ONE web design class that you took in college? Do you not have a site at all because you’ve been waiting two years for your cousin to put it together for you? Well, we’re here to help.
toteach  webdesign  forsnd  tutorial  from delicious
august 2011 by tysone
"Linotype: The Film" Official Trailer
"Linotype: The Film" is a documentary about Ottmar Mergenthaler's amazing Linotype typecasting machine and the people who own and love these machines today.
forsnd  typography  video  history  design  from delicious
august 2011 by tysone
Blueprint for Information Architects
From Richard Saul Wurman: Five rules for mapping information so others can find their way.
ia  design  forsnd  from delicious
july 2011 by tysone
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