Last week was full of great articles, we had lots of news about the Friend Connect from Google, besides that there was the very interesting Smasningmagazine list of Useful Podcasts For Designers And Developers. There were many more cool posts and below we list our picks of the week
I'm a Brazilian product designer based in Oakland, California currently working for Google as a Staff Designer. I am also the founder of Abduzeedo, an award-winning digital publication about design and a personal project that has become the source of inspiration for millions of designers and enthusiasts.
The process of creating a logo and the brand of a company depends on many factors, it's about positioning, marketing budget and audience. Ordinarily when the marketing budget is small, designers take advantage of the usage of clever symbols to catch the viewer's attention. The Kamcord logo exemplifies this pretty well. Its symbol is a clever representation of a hand movement used from movie directors and photographers to simulate how the camera will portray that scene.
Logo & Identity for recording technology for mobile game developers.
Graphic designer by day and typographer by night. Adrian Iorga is an artist based in Bucharest, Romania. We are showcasing his submissions to 36 Days of Type, a project that invites designers all around the world to give their particular perspective on our alphabet.
We are featuring the UI/UX work from Jakub Antalík, a product designer currently based in Zurich, Switzerland. From the design, ux and interaction, Jakub does make his work so practical, useful and more about making things pretty.
All Rights by Jakub Antalik
Radim Malinic aka Brand Nu is an art director, illustrator and graphic designer based in London, England. He just relaunched his website with plenty of creative, colourful and beautiful works. From global brands to family businesses and individuals, Radim sure is a versatile designer; hope you'll enjoy these commercial and also experimental pieces.
We live in the world where edges are getting more and more blurred, we live in the inevitable crossover of many worlds.