Archive for the ‘Design’ Category

Microsoft Tablet Computer…The Courier

I’m not a Microsoft or Apple fanboy of any kind, but this new concept looks promising from Microsoft.  More of a book than a tablet, the Courier supports a stylus for handwriting and includes a 3-megapixel camera on the back. Get your own valid XHTML YouTube embed code

Marc Coleran

You’ve probably seen this designer’s work and not even realized it before. Stunning, amazing stuff….Marc Coleran.

Windowshop Beta

“You’re passionate about books, movies, TV, music, and video games. Us too. Enter Amazon Windowshop–a destination for discovering what’s new and hot in the world of movies, music, and more. We’ve taken out the text and created an immersive experience to help you lose yourself in exploration. Trailers for bestselling movies. Insight into the hottest […]

Prologue is Kyle Cooper

Kyle Cooper specializes in designing title sequences – the short introductions and closings to films, videogames, and television shows that list the names of the cast and crew involved in the production. He orginally founded Imaginary Forces and now runs Prologue. Originally known for the dark opening sequence to Seven, he now has hundreds of titles […]

Edward Tufte’s One Day Course

I just attended the one day course, Presenting Data and Information, taught by Edward Tufte. Edward Tufte is widely considered the godfather of information design and has written several books on the subject, including Visual Explanations, Envisioning Information, The Visual Display of Quantitative Information, and Data Analysis for Politics and Policy. He writes, designs, and […]