Well, no offense to Superfi whose designers took the time to create these hypothetical designs, but I’m pretty sure that Apple’s designers would have done a much better job.
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For his master’s thesis at the Basel School of Design in Switzerland, Travis Purrington re-imagined the dated look of US currency. Passing on the iconic images of past presidents, Purrington drew up an entirely new set of images focusing on science……
Since starting Cool Hunting in February 2003, I have derived as much joy from designing the container as creating the contents. With each of our five previous redesigns, we have strived to push innovations in web design while simultaneously elevating……
Read more about How Framestore redesigned RoboCop for the 21st century at CreativeBloq.com
RoboCop arrived on Framestore’s doorstep as a very well developed pre-production. Director José Padilha had been working with the studio, MGM, VFX supervisor Jamie Price, Legacy Effects, Mr X and a great concept team to produce a large body of physical props, animation tests and artwork ready for the imminent shoot in Toronto, Canada.
Read more about The weekly planner redesigned for improved inspiration at CreativeBloq.com
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/77516971/the-week-dominator-a-beautiful-canvas-to-tackle-go/widget/video.html Everyone has their preferred methods of staying organised. In such a hectic industry, good digital and physical products are imperrative to keeping your schedule simple and easy to follow.
Originally founded in 1928 as The Clay Club by sculptor Dorothea Denslow, SculptureCenter has had many locations and iterations and made an undeniable impact on the NYC arts community—both established and emerging. Back in 2001, the…
Today YouTube announced it’s rolling out a new TV interface that’s specifically been “designed for the big screen.” The updated app is already available on Xbox One, and should be available for other set-top boxes in the very near future. Based on a quick glance, it’s a bit strange for YouTube to say the new look was specifically designed for the television; it’s really just a new sidebar that nearly identical to the one iOS and Android users are used to.
But it does succeed in making your channels and subscribed playlists easier to get to, which is a welcome change. Underneath the sidebar, YouTube still looks very similar to what was there before. But the focus here is clearly playlists and getting videos from the site’s most popular…
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Gmail may soon look nothing like the Gmail we all know so well. Google has invited a select group of users to test a completely new interface for the webmail client, according to Geek.com, which appears to be part of the trial. The test version of Gmail — which may never see an official release — dispenses with design elements that have been present from the very early days of the email service. Most notably, the unwieldily sidebar has been replaced with a slide-in pane. Buttons like “compose” have been moved to the bottom right corner, and it looks like there’s another new feature down there: reminders. Just like on Android, you should be able to tell Google to let you know about a date in the future or to respond to a certain email….
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With every FIFA World Cup we get to see the arrival of a brand new official poster. These World Cup posters have always been designed to represent the competition, by blending the glory and beauty of the game with cultural elements from each host nation, to create a true celebration of football.
Recently, US based designer James Taylor set himself the personal project of redesigning each official poster from all of the previous 19 World Cups. As you will see, the end result is quite impressive.
Taylor has described this project as a truly remarkable journey that will take you back to the time where it all started. To describe the project in his own words; “Every World Cup has its own particular feel, which I’ve tried to suggest with each design, while obviously evoking the period graphically… and hopefully improving on some of the originals!”
FIFA World Cup Poster Series
South Africa 2010
Japan & South Korea 2002
West Germany 1974
The World Cup Posters on Behance →
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