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Voices of Design

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Rank #133 in Design category

Arts
Education
Technology
Design
Visual Arts
How To
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Voices of Design is a series of audio and video interviews with creative professionals who discuss their work, inspiration, influences, and how Adobe tools make it possible to explore new avenues in design for print, web, animation, video, and film.

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Voices of Design is a series of audio and video interviews with creative professionals who discuss their work, inspiration, influences, and how Adobe tools make it possible to explore new avenues in design for print, web, animation, video, and film.

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By Nate or Nathan - Apr 13 2011
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I absolutely love the videos, I wish there was more of them. The audios are OK, they "cut" for a "commercial break" but there no commercial....the content is great.

iTunes Ratings

3 Ratings
Average Ratings
1
1
0
0
1

Great Vids

By Nate or Nathan - Apr 13 2011
Read more
I absolutely love the videos, I wish there was more of them. The audios are OK, they "cut" for a "commercial break" but there no commercial....the content is great.
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Voices of Design

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Rank #133 in Design category

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Voices of Design is a series of audio and video interviews with creative professionals who discuss their work, inspiration, influences, and how Adobe tools make it possible to explore new avenues in design for print, web, animation, video, and film.

Rank #1: Voices of Design: Honest Design Studio

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Cary Murnion and Jonathan Milott discuss how old-school training at Parson's gave them their signature hands-on, paste up, graphic style.
May 10 2007
3 mins
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Rank #2: Voices of Design: Humor in Design

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Sean Adams and Noreen Morioka discuss how humor is employed in design, citing contempory examples from many top designers including Alexander Girard and Arnold Schwartzman.
May 10 2007
5 mins
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Rank #3: Voices of Design: Icons as the Foundation of Good Design

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Sean Adams and Noreen Morioka discuss the importance and evolution of icons from cave drawings to modern corporate logos.
May 10 2007
5 mins
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Rank #4: Voices of Design: INTERspectacular

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Luis Blanco and Michael Uman discuss using unpolished street art for graphic pieces on Comedy Central and their creative influences from schlocky horror films, cartoons, and pop culture.
May 10 2007
3 mins
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Rank #5: Voices of Design: Mixing in Design

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Sean Adams and Noreen Morioka discuss mixing visuals for better design with examples from contemporary designers including Louis Danziger and Martin Venetzky.
May 10 2007
4 mins
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Rank #6: Voices of Design: Propaganda

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Sean Adams and Noreen Morioka discuss the power of iconic graphic design as a motivating cultural force through examples from World War II posters and the "I (Heart) NY" graphic.
May 10 2007
3 mins
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Rank #7: Voices of Design: Proportions for Good Design

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Sean Adams and Noreen Morioka discuss the importance of proportions through the design fundamentals of the "Golden Rectangle" and the "Nautilus Spiral."
May 10 2007
4 mins
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Rank #8: Voices of Design: REZN8

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Paul Sidlo describes taking product keywords, making icons from them, and how technology has now enabled any artistic concept to be realized.
May 10 2007
3 mins
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Rank #9: Voices of Design: Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD)

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Henry Kim discusses the importance of proficiency with the Adobe tools for enhanced concentration on creativity and describes a project called the Seven-Day Diary which incorporates all the design tools in one project.
May 10 2007
3 mins
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Rank #10: Voices of Design: The 3c's

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Sean Adams and Noreen Morioka discuss three influences that change the world. Called the 3c's, they are culture, commerce, and creativity. Using the examples of Tupperware, The Sundance Institute, and The Web, they describe the convergence of these influences that made them successful.
May 10 2007
4 mins
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