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An Interactive Infographic about Skeuomorphic Design
Interactive infographic awesomeness!
Turkish graphic designer Efil Türk has created a series of posters using only paper cuttings to create sleek geometric designs and…
Design Principles done right!!
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How NOT to use design principles!
Examples of one of the principles of design, Contrast
Gestalt Design Principles and Infographics 1 © 2014 Karen L. Thompson, University of Idaho
The way digital products look often bears no relation to what they do.
Form Follows WHAT? History and critique of the form follows function formula. By Jan MICHL, Oslo, Norway
Discussion of the feasibility of the notion of FUNCTION, and of the formula FORM FOLLOWS FUNCTION, in the 20th century theory of design
You’ve likely heard the phrase “form follows function,” but have you really thought about what it means or what it implies about Web design? On the surface, “form follows function” seems to make a lot of sense. The way something looks should be determined by its purpose. Is this really true? Does the phrase hold up upon deeper inspection? In the context of designing a website, “form follows function” is often taken to mean that the designer should first gather the website’s requirements from the client and then determine the aesthetics of the website based on those “functional” requirements. While that’s certainly good practice, is “form follows function” really being applied? Are client requirements the “function” of a website or something else?
Every day we showcase the best fonts on the web. Today it’s Harman by Ahmet Altun.