Smartphone App That Tests Your Logo Memory
Sep09

Smartphone App That Tests Your Logo Memory

Do you enjoy logo design and brain games? If so, you will love the smartphone app “Logo Quiz” created by Bumble Quiz Games. In this game, typography and brand names are removed from memorable logo designs and it is your challenge to see how many of them you can still recognize. It’s a fantastic way to kill some time while keeping design on the mind. Game Features & Statistics – More than 1,000 logos – 16 levels –...

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Q&A with FIDM Grad Charlotte Hodgson: Mobile App Developer
Jan10

Q&A with FIDM Grad Charlotte Hodgson: Mobile App Developer

It’s been less than a year since Charlotte Hodgson earned her Digital Media degree at FIDM/Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising and she’s already begun a dream career as a Mobile Applications Developer and freelance videographer/editor. “There’s not just one thing that I love about my job. I love the team I work with, I love editing CSS, and I love being able to design something knowing that is going to be live for...

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Design Industry News: T-Shirt Designs that Animate When Viewed Through a Mobile Device
Aug24

Design Industry News: T-Shirt Designs that Animate When Viewed Through a Mobile Device

Technology is taking T-Shirt design to a whole new level with images that come to life when viewed through your mobile device. According to LicenseMag.com,  Zappar and Hybrid Apparel partnered to create the first augmented reality T-shirts, with designs that become animated when viewed through an iPhone or Android device. The “Zapparel” is launching 20 different designs exclusively at the MAGIC tradeshow in Las Vegas....

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Design Industry News: You Can’t Miss Esquire Magazine’s iPad Application (Video Demo)
Jan19

Design Industry News: You Can’t Miss Esquire Magazine’s iPad Application (Video Demo)

Esquire Magazine always seems to be on the forefront of magazine design, setting the bar for publication aesthetics with elegant type treatment, appreciation for white space and playful use of color application. So it comes to no surprise that the iPad version of the magazine is causing a positive stir. Incorporating the same classic design principles, Esquire is offering an innovative iPad version of the printed glossy, allowing its...

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