Category Archive for: Design

What I´ve learned from Customer Validation

Along my career I’ve had the chance to work for big consultancies, banking and telecom corporations, including small Startups. This path has led me towards the UX / UI sector of the technological industry. The life cycle of most UX projects will start with a functional document stating the process and purpose of the desired…

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Marcel Wanders at Stedelijk Museum

On a recent trip to Amsterdam we had the chance to visit the newest Marcel Wander´s exhibit in the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam, and here is a little preview:

Social Good Summit Madrid, el encuentro sobre innovación y tecnología

Social Good Summit Madrid, el evento que reúne a destacados representantes del mundo de la innovación y tecnología, cultura, salud, y ciudadanía organizado por Intermón Oxfam y la Agencia de Salud y Comunicación; tendrá lugar los próximos días 24 y 25 de septiembre en el Auditorio Medialab-Prado de Madrid. Social Good Summit es un foro…

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Projection Mapping – A New Way of Marketing

Projection Mapping is the practice of sculpting video content to match the surface geometry it’s being projected on. It´s not necessarily a new technique, though it’s rapidly increasing in both popularity and complexity among the masses, making it more difficult for companies producing the content to stay competitive in the craft. It has been a…

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Downhill Reel by Daniel Almeida

Daniel Almeida, a young spanish photographer specialized in filming extreme sports spent an afternoon shooting this magnificent piece of downhill mountainbiking. Here is the result with various photography tecniques like timelapse, slow-motion, slider, dollly… Enjoy!

Live The Language – EF

EF International Language Centers and the Director Gustav Johansson have created “Live the Language”, an amazing campaign which consists in a set of videos encouraging travel for language studies, marvellous shots and all videos speak for themselves in a clear language in which we can all understand. Enjoy the series!

AANAATT by Max Hattler

AANAATT – The ever-shifting shape of Analogue Futurism. 100% digital-effects free. “Hattler proposes an unusual stop-motion animation, where objects of abstract shape and unknown function move in a space that bears no relationship to any kind of real experience. The various elements move within this three dimensional space, like parts of a dynamic painting that…

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Minimalist British TV Posters by Stefanos Birbotsukis

A collection of minimalist poster designs by Stefanos Birbotsukis for a couple of UK Television Series featuring Little Britain, Doctor Who, Mr. Bean, Coupling, etc…

Typographic Movie Posters by Jerod Gibson

Designer Jerod Gibson has created a bunch of movie posters that feature an iconic image from the film filled with its best one-liners and quotes. There are prints, iPhone Cases, iPad/iPod and Laptop Skins, T-shirts, Canvases available to purchase with any design. The featured Movies and Television Shows are Star Wars, Fear & Loathing in…

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Vhils – Deconstruction in Venice, California

Arrested Motion filmmaker Carlos Gonzalez follows Portuguese-born artist Alexandre Farto aka Vhils as he completes his latest work on the streets of Venice, California. This particular piece was done in conjunction with the “European Bailout Show” at the Post No Bills showspace and located just on the side of the gallery. Watch as the process…

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