With a birthday trip to London, I thought it would be silly not to check out the Science Museum and its interactive installations, especially as interactive design agency “All Of Us” had worked on the Atmosphere exhibition and some visuals in the Wellcome Collection wing. Some really interesting and fun stuff which has given me loads of ideas, I wonder if we could get them in the Frequency festival?
This morning, we took delivery of 6 A5 96pp perfect bound books for a presentation we have upcoming in the next few weeks. The lengths you go to eh? Print by Purley Digital in Derby. Spot on quality at a spot on price.
(Key elements hidden of course…)
Delivered – Love it – great print job Jas, loving the illustrations, rich, vibrant, balances the strong use of black and white imagery.
Its that time of year again when the laptop goes in the bag and I venture down to Brighton for 3 days of inspiring, informative, mind blowing and intimidating work by the worlds best designers, coders, artists and film makers…Yep its Flash On The Beach 2011!
Some really good pointers for HTML 5 with Adobe EDGE, Away3d taking advantage of the new Fash Player 11 (MoleHill) and Unity for game development with Flash are to name a few.
As usual some exceptional work and entertaining speakers. Some of my personal highlights where by Carlos Ulloa working on a 3d lights interface for Elle Golding in java!! Download his hello flower application for iphone, check it out here.
Seb Lee-Delisle turning the audiences smart phones into pixels to create a massive screen and interactive game. Jared Ficklin always one of my favourites showed what he had been doing with sound and phidgets. David Lenearts using a kinect camera and Away3d to create a real time avatar, Eugene Zatepyakin with his image recognition, and eva-lotta Lam with improvisation and beautiful sketeches, Jon Burgerman, Joshua Davis, the list goes on. Only 364 days to the next one!
A big thanks and well done to Jo Lawrence a recent media graduate. Jo won a poster competition set by our client Opportunities at Lincoln in which we were kindly asked to Judge. The prize was a week with us, working up his poster ideas for full scale production! As you can see he had to make some tough decisions. Good luck for the future Jo.