There have been numerous creative logo design showcases, logo design resources and logo design tutorials posted across the Web. While these help you to create a powerful toolbox for your logo designs, first you need to gain a solid understanding of what makes a logo design good and what you need to consider before starting to use this toolbox.
Sunday, August 23, 2009
Sunday, August 09, 2009
Introducing the traditional Indian science of construction, the “Vaastu Shastra,” to modern architecture, the Amtek Office Building with its entrance facing the East seems to bring the flow of energy in building designs.
Posted by Rick at 2:37 PM
Building on the Proxima hybrid concept, Alvino Design has popped up with a bit more aggressive but elegant vehicle dubbed “Proxima 2.0” that makes a more realistic and aggressive package than the former.
Posted by Rick at 2:35 PM
If you are one of those who do not like touchscreen gadgets, British designer Vincent Ashikordi, drawing inspiration from pebbles, has come up with a functional MP3 player that removes the touchscreen for sleek buttons, giving it a conventional look.
Posted by Rick at 2:30 PM
An entry at the Michelin Challenge, the Bombo by Italian designer Matteo Sgherri is a futuristic car that makes a new deal between transportation, with its many controls and ways to lead the road, and humans
Posted by Rick at 2:29 PM
To make life easier for disabled and elderly people, Cenk Aytekin has designed a hi-tech uphill transportation vehicle called “Liftup.”
Posted by Rick at 2:27 PM
Winner of the competition to design a pavilion for Shanghai Expo 2010, the Belgian Pavilion by Conix Architects and JV Realys resembling the brain cell image seems to take you straight into the human brain.
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Here are five presentations on how these design and innovation firms present to a general business audience their case for design.
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Current technological devices are changing our understanding of time and space. Most importantly, they are changing the way we expect to experience time and space.
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Always losing stuff? If you carry an assortment of expensive gear around, here's a great idea that will assure you you'll never again leave anything behind.
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Segways have had a tough time in big cities, mostly because the city planners can't seem to decide whether they should be ridden on the street or the sidewalk.
Posted by Rick at 12:40 PM
It's not just enough getting a simple logo designed for the sake of just having it. Now its time to make your logo design more exceptional.
Posted by Rick at 12:07 PM
It has happened to everyone. You spend countless hours producing a beautiful, pixel-perfect comp only to have it rejected by the client because it isn’t what they were envisioning in their mind’s eye. It’s the dreaded “I’ll know it when I see it” curse.
Posted by Rick at 11:43 AM
Saturday, August 08, 2009
Imagine zipping above the sidewalk crowds in a personal transporter pod suspended from a two foot wide cable propelled by a magnetic field. It's not as far-fetched as you may think.
Posted by Rick at 1:38 PM
Finding inspiration is not always as simple as it sounds, whether you’ve been designing for years or only weeks. Here's a collection of 100 great web resources to find inspiration and direction on your next project, whether it be online or in print.
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