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Pretty Pretty Dec 1, 03, 8:38 p.m.
I loves me some eye candy. So I'm wondering how the "dissolve in" effect of the G5 is accomplished on this site:
That Design Thing Nov 24, 03, 9:43 p.m.
It's a design theory thread!
"1. Less is more 2. Gimmicks are for kids "
Well, this is an excerpt from lycerk in an older thread. And basically I agree with that first statement a lot, but the second one bothers me. And here's why.
Lately I've been pondering 3 classifications. The artist, the designer, and the marketer. The lines between these 3 are very blurred, and defining yourself as simply designer while forgetting the 2 other categories many times draws criticism.
Point: WhosWe brought up the gimmick comment. Now, would you say that they base many of their sites on gimmicks? I would, to some degree. But the more important question is: "Is that bad?" I'd say no, WhosWe makes a profit, company that hired them makes a profit. But at what point is it no longer design and more marketing?
Yes this is a rambling. I'm hoping some nice ideas and thoughts can be brought forth on some very obvious divisions I have witnessed growing up as (what I call myself) a designer. The shitty designers, the trendy kids, the uber trendy kids, the uber flash sites, the "iconoclastic minimalistic" and the bland professional to name a few.
opinions are appreciated ;)
Mr. T Nov 22, 03, 8:48 p.m.
What's that site with the black+white Mr. T head as the first thing that appears?
The truth Nov 22, 03, 7:49 p.m.
Well. I made an image:
And it looks all fine and dandy on my little lappy screen. But when I take it to my Brand New CRT, it's gray. Real Gray. Example:
Now I tested this same image across 3 CRT's of different makes models and ages and they show the right said of compare.jpg.
BUT I NEED TO DOUBLE CHECK! I need the truth! The Matrix has me!
Scale of 0-10, how much blue
Elvis or The Beatles Nov 20, 03, 5:03 a.m.
Are you an Elvis Person or a Beatles Person?
72 Inches Nov 18, 03, 6:15 p.m.
Why do I care? I care more about what the site in general ( http://www.adbusters.org/ ) has to say in a wider area of cultural and political facets than some ultra-liberal attack against McDonalds.
New Paradigms Nov 17, 03, 6:08 p.m.
The greatest thing to happen in the last 50 years of television...
The result of a combination of the internet and television...
The potential of entertainment and education....
is a multi-level marketing scheme.
Makes me sick
I can't hang-out with... Nov 13, 03, 9:21 p.m.
you guys anymore. My mom says you're bad news.
Gucci Nov 13, 03, 1:17 p.m.
Hey, anyone know who did the Gucci redesign (current site?)
...type Nov 6, 03, 12:01 p.m.
Hi all. Any recommendations for techno/upbeat music with an asian flavor/influence?
Ye Olde Countrie Oct 23, 03, 8:38 p.m.
Anyone know some sites with that Old London sorta miedeval or rennaisance era art?
Lions, Eagles, banners, flourishing stuff, you know what I mean? I'm american, so it's a little hard to articulate
The helps appreciated guys and gals.
No-Coochy Oct 22, 03, 8:49 p.m.
I don't know how to say his name, but he's a damn good illustrator:
Scandalicious Oct 22, 03, 4:52 p.m.
Alright, so I'm bored out of my head. Any new or exciting news I should know about?
Vid-E-Oh Games Oct 22, 03, 9:35 a.m.
Anyone know of some well designed (preferably flash) gaming sites? Reviews, consoles, etc?