Canadian company Palette creates customizable controllers for desktop workstations. While the keyboard and mouse combination continue to inform our way of interacting with the computer and working, these magnetically connected sliders, dials and buttons can offer photographers, DJs and other creatives a faster, more intuitive and precise editing experience.
“Designing for print on screen is tricky and always requires clarity. There is very little sense of the scale of typography and colours often look different. This results in multiple printouts to test the different font sizes and colours. Spector is a tool that helps bridge the divide of designing on digital screen and the finalised print. It is a hand-held device allowing various print materials to become interactive. If designing for print, it is best to start with print.”
Fiona O'Leary is a designer that has a desire to design and invent products that improve people’s lives with meaningful use of technology. Designing physical digital tools that improve accessibility by communicating a transparent system of how they work and its purpose within that system. She is constantly researching, drawing and learning to help inform and develop ideas of how technology can improve our lives.
Visually impaired people are unable to feel spaces or structures. So this one of the series of plaques of different monument in the city of Reims, created for these people to get a feel or an idea of the monument.
Second UI Kit - part of the Ultimate UI Kit crafted in Five agency. Designed for brands and designers, aim of the kit is to speed up your work process and help you achieve the more professional and pixel-perfect look.
Something I’ve been working on at my full-time job! Feel free to use it, share it, like it :)
Room For Rent is an experiential installation first shown at the Gladstone Hotel in Toronto. It uses a three-dimensional miniature house to contain a series of bedrooms which the gallery patron can view. Using multicoloured LEDs the illustrations come to life within the house, exposing things that may not be seen under normal circumstances.
Interaction Design, or IxD (in technical terms), has escalated to become the focus of designers everywhere. Whether they are working on UX or UI design, user interactions always have to be in mind, especially given the context of mobile and wearable devices on the market. UX Booth breaks down everything beginners need to know in their guide to interaction design<bit.ly/1gwM1vA>