Web Essay profile- Sir Tim Berners’s Lee

Tim Berners-Lee Tim Berners-Lee is a computer scientist from London, who was born on 8th June 1955. He went to Oxford University and studied physics from 1973 to 1976 and later became a software engineer. In 1989 Tim Berners-Lee invented the World Wide Web which was evolutional and has become one of the biggest technologies…

Pocket Profile 2- IDEO

IDEO IDEO is private design company which was founded in 1991 in the city of Pal Alto, California by David Kelley, Bill Moggridge and Mike Nuttall, who came together and merged their companies. Although the idea for the company first started in 1978. IDEO stands for Ideology. Steelcase owns a major stake in this company…

Pocket Profiles- Week 5

I choose to research the following 3 designers and from the Netflix series the Abstract the art of design. Ian Spalter Ian Spalter was born in New York United States. Ian Spalter graduated with a bachelors in Multimedia Design & Cultural Studies from Hampshire College. Ian Spalter was Instagram’s head of design from 2015 until…

Type Specimen Futura – Updated

Following feedback from Pauline and Kyle in Friday’s Group Critique Session, I went back into Figma and made the specific changes to my type specimen screen which were necessary in order to make improvements. I played about with the text and layout. I felt the simple designs where the best. Here is 2 decides images…

IXD101- 100 Iterations

As a group together, we collectively choose 100 images relating to nature and building’s which feature lines from the internet and our own camera then saved them Pinterest. I posted this images onto my Instagram. There is so much inspiration around us we need to learn to appreciate the wonders of nature. Here I’ve selected…

Typography

During Monday’s class Paul  give us a few exercises relating to typography by asking us to experiment with text according to size, colour, effect and shape, etc. First task Paul asked us to recreate this line by resizing the text according how we felt it fitted on screen. Making certain sections bigger and smaller to…