Monthly Archives: September 2005

AIGA + Stefan Sagmeister

AIGA conference procedings are available; many huge PDFs, audio & video files, and interesting little sketches I guess you had to be there for to really get. Some of my favorites: Ellen Lupton’s Typophilia: Love, Death and Typography” PDF (33mb) and Stefan Sagmeister’s “Design and Happiness” PDF (253mb) or MP3 (36mb). (Even more Sagmeister: Hillmancurtis has [...]
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Computational Information Design

“The ability to collect, store, and manage data is increasing quickly, but our ability to understand it remains constant. In an attempt to gain better understanding of data, fields such as information visualization, data mining and graphic design are employed, each solving an isolated part of the specific problem, but failing in a broader sense: [...]
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design encyclopedia

From the UnderConsideration folks (who also do the excellent Speak Up) comes the fascinating design encyclopedia. They describe it as, “a growing, collaborative resource that describes, tracks and explains culture, commerce, politics, media, sports, brands – everything possible, really – through design.” If you prefer paragraphs of explanation, there’s a longer about page available. It’s [...]
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Made in the USA

“GOOD IDEA + HARD WORK = UNTOLD RICHES” “Made In The USA will introduce the world to real people with real inventions and high hopes – people like the small town couple who mortgaged their home to finance an automatic pet groomer, or the college student who dropped out to pursue his dream of a video [...]
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