They capture your attention immediately, but not in the way they should; instead of impressing you, they tend to annoy.
You have already made one extremely tough decision, deciding that you want to be a designer, and now you have to make another challenging choice by selecting the right design school.
The term “false simplicity” is new enough that you may not have heard of it yet. Though it hasn’t been documented much, it is quickly gaining recognition as something to be avoided in website graphic design, especially where Graphic User Interfaces (GUI) are concerned.
If you’re a very highly motivated freelancer, you need a market. The truly edgy, the very different, and the obviously talented can get a lot done with almost minimal resources and money.
I’d like to start by thanking Inspiredology for sending me to the Flash in the Can (FITC) conference in San Francisco. You not only gave me a ticket, but you gave me an unmatched insight into what little I knew about Flash.
Damn, a deadline attack and still a blank canvas! You’ve been trying and trying for weeks hitting your head to the wall and desperately hunting for great ideas in vain!
As we go about our busy days as designers, there’s precious little time that can be spent on keeping up to speed with the latest developments of the creative industry.
As part of our FITC experience we attended the ‘Design Business Bootcamp‘ workshop by Daniel Schutzsmith.
Part of our Day 3 (April 26, 2010) of FITC [ Flash in the Can – Toronto ] consisted of a press question and answer session with a panel of some top representatives and FITC keynote speakers from Adobe.
This posting is going to be a bit different then our usual inspirational posts. Call this what you want, a news post, personal rant or helpful personal story that might allow you to reflect and inspire you to push forward in similar times.