If you are a graphic designer or pursuing a career as a graphic designer your life can be quite gratifying. But you need to work hard to keep your design skills sharp and take your graphic designing skills to the next level. Here is an extremely useful infographic entitled “Graphic Designer’s Road Map” which features information to help you grow as a graphic design expert. This infographic by SmartPress suggest a few ways you can keep your graphic design career on track:
For all those who are completely fed up of LinkedIn, and those who dislike the limitations that the traditional paper business cards impose, there is some good news for you. The Future of Business cards is here! Swivelcards bring the best of both worlds, although these smart cards are partly paper, the bottom third folds into a USB stick, which can be used to store your resume, web portfolio and other job-hunting items.
The cards currently come in eight different designs varying from utilitarian gray to colourful and expressive. The company has created a prototype and launched a Kickstarter campaign to add analytics capabilities to the cards. Once these cards are officially launched, the cards will be sold at 200 for $319. The cards will begin shipping out to supporters in October 2014 on a first-come, first-serve basis.
A couple of months back a Swedish subway ad caught a lot of attention in Sweden and on the internet by showing a woman’s hair blowing in the wind whenever a train arrived at the subway. The fun digital subway ad in Sweden for hair-care products was rigged up to recognize when trains entered the station—and then showed a woman’s hair blowing all around, as though windswept by the train.
Using the very same concept, Garbergs, Stockholm, Sweden were inspired to create another attention-grabbing display. But this time there is a twist to the story. Using the very same concept, Garbergs, Stockholm, Sweden were inspired to create another attention-grabbing display. I’ll spare you any spoilers. Check out the video below:
Agency: Garbergs, Stockholm, Sweden
Creative Director: Petter Ödéen
Art Director: Sebastian Smedberg
Copywriter: Sedir Ajeenah
Photographer: Daniel Griffel
Account Manager: Ida Tenggren
Digital Director: Micke Ring
Producer: Karolina Smedberg
Production Company: Adamsky
Post/grading/sound: The Line
Having poked fun of Apple in a series of tweets after the controversial YouTube video suggested malleability of the iPhone 6 plus, the South Korean firm on Thursday posted a two-minute video on its blog showing off the three-point bend test process behind its latest Galaxy Note 4 phablet.
“Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Endures the Gluteus Maximus” which delivers exactly what the title says. You’ll marvel, or not, as the Samsung Galaxy note 4 survives the stress test set to a techno beat. Robotic buttocks, sporting blue jeans and equal to the weight of a 200-pound human being, pose the biggest challenge.
Hats off to Acer, and I mean literally. They just took the selfie tech to a ridiculously new level.
Last Monday, we were blessed with the Selfie Brush, and today the Selfie Greek Gods have delivered once more with the Selfie Hat.
This is the latest wierd development in selfie tech is basically a giant sombrero and holds an Iconia A-1 840 table held by the hats fold-down flap. The tablet is placed on the hat in a manner that allows the wearer to slide it around the brim of the hat for the ideal selfie.
Xbox cannot explicitly advertise the launch of the highly anticipated first-person shooter Destiny. So, it came up with clever trick to draw attention anyway: Promote a non-existent cologne with the same name as the game.
“The new fragrance by Xbox,” reads the copy on a simple ad (posted to Xbox’s social channels late last week) with a blue crystal bottle labeled Destiny. The equally coy website encourages visitors to check with retailers about Xbox One offers.
The internet is a beautiful thing, brimming with resources and tutorials for people who wish to learn the art of logo design. However, sometimes with so many choices available to us, it can be confusing and frustrating after a while. So we have picked 10 most valuable Logo Design resources to help you learn and understand the art of Logo design.
India celebrated its 68th Independence Day on 15th August. What has changed in India since the British Raj? India is still the country that has more temples than toilets, a country where VIP’s are treated like GOD; Littering in public places is a very common site… So what exactly has changed since 15th August 1947? If you ask me NOTHING HAS CHANGED!
No doubt, we can celebrate a superficial sense of freedom, independence and change this Independence Day, but the fact remains that change will always come from within.
This thoughtful short film produced by famous Telugu actor Allu Arjun is probably the best thing you will watch today.
Here’s the English transcript of the Telugu lines spoken at the end of the video:
Performing our duties is also patriotism. Change begins with us.
“Take the first step in faith. You don’t have to see the whole staircase, just take the first step”.-
Martin Luther King, Jr.
I Am That Change!
India, Bharat, Hindustan, The Republic of India….You could say a billion words about India and still not come close to describing it. So can a bunch of cheeky one-liners do what a billion words can’t? You be the judge.
Is your sister or your girl-friend safe? Because being a woman in India… kinda…SUCKS! When you hear all the cruel, depraved, sick and disgusting things that men do to women, it makes my heart drops to my stomach. How can a girl feel safe in such a country?
Every girl and woman should be able to live safely, feel protected and grow up free of violence, because she DESERVES IT!
Let’s make anti-rape culture, the new culture.
East India Comedy’s video drives a powerful message home. Men condemn acts of violence against women and feel ashamed and deeply apologetic about being men in a country that treats women worse than Saudi Arabia.
Is everyone going to have a positive response to the video? Probably not. The video may not have an impact on everyone who views it or may not agree to the punishment for rape.