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by Stever Robbins Today’s sponsor is Carbonite. For a 15-day free trial, visit http://Carbonite.com using code done. If you travel a lot, you need to know how make the most of your time on planes. I first started working on planes when I started speaking on entrepreneurship and leadership.
Introduction to who we are and the reason for the existence of such a thing. Luke discsuses D&AD Student awards and what effect they have on industry, and Tom talks about the use of non-websafe font’s as part of CSS3’s @font-face, and the rise of Typekit. Feature: This month we focussed on trends in design how they are followed in different fields and when they are and aren’t suitable for the audience. Jon introduced the use of the 960 grid system for web designers and we discuss what effect it has on design.
"… In this episode of the Stack Overflow podcast, Joel and Jeff sit down with Paul, David, and Matthew — the developers of Litmus and DocType — to discuss ASCII vs. pixels, the power of Amazon EC2, and the unglamorous but critically important topic of backup." From http://blog.stackoverflow.com/2009/12/podcast-78/
What’s the best way to evolve design ideas quickly? Get together with other designers and brainstorm. The second best way? Adapt the methods of larger UX groups to a team of one. Learn how in this presentation, which shares lightweight techniques for quick and effective brainstorming on your own.
Leah Buley, Adaptive Path
"Whatever we design - products, services, environments, systems - we have an opportunity to influence user behaviour. Bringing together ideas from different disciplines, ‘Design with Intent’ aims to give designers a way of addressing areas where influencing behaviour would provide benefits for users and for society in general - particularly, reducing the environmental impacts of product use. Slides available here: http://bit.ly/Vyn44"
Whether you’re new in the game or have been running your design studio for years – in today’s unsteady climate, what does it take to be a successful graphic designer?
Adrian Shaughnessy, the self taught graphic designer and author of How to be a Graphic Designer, Without Losing Your Soul, reviewed essential attributes needed by the modern graphic designer dealing with the competing demands of creativity versus client accountability. Addressing questions such as:
How can designers balance business discipline and creative freedom?
What qualities are needed to produce good work and make a living?
How can you use psychology to design a website so people are likely to buy products from you?
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