Search results “Form design principles of” for the 2018
Design Elements Line, Shape, & Form // Sample Lesson
This is a sample lesson from my newest Skillshare class on what every artist should know and how to succeed as an illustrator! :) Take the full class here: https://skl.sh/2HeRUyB 🎓Learn More: http://yasminacreates.com/online-classes 📷Instagram: http://instagram.com/yasminacreates
Views: 2095 Yasmina Creates
The Element of Form
Secrets of the Element of Form revealed - a fundamental concept for Art Education and Design Education.
Views: 1301 Design Dojo
Form Follows Function | 5 examples in Design
This video shows 5 examples of "Form follows function" in design. It looks at the smallest of products to a large scale architecture building. The examples mentioned are: Viss spiral eraser, Well watering can by Menu, Supoon spoon by Dreamfarm and Guggenheim museum by Frank Llyod Wright. If you have any questions, let me know in the comments. W H A T T O W A T C H N E X T: GOOD DESIGN - ONE concept that can make all the difference https://youtu.be/lBVjcn0uiuQ FORM FOLLOWS FUNCTION - an example in Industrial Design https://youtu.be/IiPHL0L2Vh8 HOW A DESIGNER LOOKS AT A PRODUCT | product analysis of Pulp storage https://youtu.be/MjqzBEbytXQ SUBSCRIBE TO MY CHANNEL: ► http://bit.ly/2NWHpCw Be sure to hit the bell to be notified of new videos! SAY HI ON SOCIAL: Instagram ► https://www.instagram.com/design_plus_morna/ Facebook ► www.facebook.com/Design-Morna-1824095881241242/ LEARN MORE ABOUT PRODUCT DESIGN ► https://www.designplusmorna.com/ MUSIC: “Flutterbee” Podington Bear soundofpicture.com tags: Form follows function, form follows function example, form follows function example product design, industrial design Form follows function example in industrial design
Views: 459 Design plus Morna
SVA Online - Principles of Visual Language: Form and Color
To enroll, visit http://www.sva.edu/ce In this course we will explore ways to create engaging and memorable two-dimensional design. Students will be encouraged to adopt a disciplined, yet playful, creative process. Using accessible materials and simple techniques, both handmade and digital, we will experiment with the principles of two-dimensional design and color theory, including figure and ground; unity of form; contrasts (geometric & organic forms, shape, size, direction, texture); unit/super-unit/pattern; visual hierarchy, harmony, rhythm and narrative; the seven color contrasts; color illusion and color expression. The goal of the course is to develop a creative toolkit of ideas and techniques, embrace a unique awareness of form and color, strengthen design skills and encourage a way of learning through experimentation and play. This is a basic-level course and is open to all students. NOTE: This course is fully online. Students will enjoy learning with a combination of media-based lectures and live video-conferences with the instructor and classmates. Online meetings are scheduled based on the best times for the majority of students enrolled in the course and are recorded for students to review at their convenience. Additionally, there are opportunities for asynchronous discussion with the instructor and students throughout the semester.
Theory of design form
Meaning of Form , Properties of Form, Shape, Primary Shapes: Circle, Triangle, and Square, Primary Shapes: Circle, Triangle, and Square, Primary Solids, Regular and Irregular Forms, Transformation of Form, Subtractive and Additive Forms Compiled by : Front Desk Architects & Planners Forum Web : http://www.frontdesk.co.in/forum/
Business Document Design: Basic Principles for the Contemporary Workplace
Today, it's not enough to write a document. You must also design it. Here are 8 basic rules and techniques to design an attractive and efficient business document for today's workplace professionals.
Views: 196 David Taylor
Assignment: Repetitive Shape & Form, Pattern, Rhythm
Freshman assignment on the Elements and Principles of art and design.
10 Awesome Web Design Inspiration 2018
*Updated* See 2019 Web Design Trends Video: https://youtu.be/fzwOBOjSto8 Checkout handpicked 10 cool web design ideas and inspiration for your project. CSS, jQuery plugin, Transition effect, 3D image rotation or even Starwars theme button! Source code: https://redstapler.co/10-awesome-web-design-inspiration-2018/ Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theRedStapler Website: http://redstapler.co/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/redStapler_twit
Views: 249514 Red Stapler
UX Best Practices with Travis Neilson I Learn from the Experts | Adobe Creative Cloud
Explore best practices for creating UX design, including research, tools, and testing. Get started with Adobe XD: https://adobe.ly/2L2zLZz Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/user/adobecreativecloud?sub_confirmation=1 LET’S CONNECT Facebook: http://facebook.com/adobecreativecloud Twitter: http://twitter.com/creativecloud Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/adobecreativecloud/ Adobe Creative Cloud gives you the world's best creative apps so you can turn your brightest ideas into your greatest work across your desktop and mobile devices.
Views: 2524 Adobe Creative Cloud
Basic Design Principles for Instructors
A Final Project submitted by Joan Nelson for MSTU 4141 Social Media and Learning course at Teachers College, Columbia University
Design Is [Language] – Why Words Matter
Language is encoded in us from childhood; it shapes how we view the world and forms the foundation of culture. The words we choose uncover meaning, signal power, and construct relationships. Whether design should be “content first” or whether copy and design should evolve together is a topic of debate, but what’s certain is that the the intention and power of language is inextricably tied to context, visual or spoken. We’ll look at how to pick up the subtle cues certain words telegraph, and how deliberate language choices result in products that are responsible and respectful of their relationship to the user. Josceline on Medium: https://goo.gl/wVfBUc Maggie on LinkedIn: https://goo.gl/giF1Mr Design Is […] is a monthly speaker series on the future of design and creativity. Each public talk is centered on a theme, and the series highlights a broad range of perspectives on everything from human-centered design to VR and ethics. Learn more at: https://goo.gl/d9JSxL Stay up-to-date with future Design Is [...] videos and more by subscribing to Google Design's YouTube channel: https://goo.gl/naDtMa
Views: 4127 Google Design
Forming Concrete Walls: Ep.17
Learn how to set the forms for a concrete wall. We are using Symmons forms on this job, but the general principles are the same. This walls are retaining a house pad, that we will be building on very soon. If you enjoy this content, please consider supporting us @ http://bit.ly/ecpatreon. These videos take a lot of work, we truly appreciate those of you who are supporting and sharing EC with your fiends and family. Thank you. Get the Essential Craftsman T shirt http://bit.ly/2C7JFRv PATREON https://www.patreon.com/essentialcraftsman INSTAGRAM https://www.instagram.com/essentialcraftsman FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/Essentialcraftsman TWITTER https://twitter.com/ECscottwad Need anything at Amazon? Use our link and EC gets a kickback from Amazon's side of the sale! Thank you! http://amzn.to/2BEB8EI My Titanium Hammer http://amzn.to/2E2wiX4 Music is "Catch Me If You Can' by Johnny Staats http://amzn.to/2rTwSSg Many thanks to him for allowing us to use his music! www.ESSENTIALCRAFTSMAN.com
Views: 311712 Essential Craftsman
Form Follows Function
When designing your kitchen, get the layout right 1st because "Form Follows Function". Here is the link to the other video... http://www.dovetailkitchens.com/blog/2015/01/heart-of-the-house/ In this video I discuss how 4 men in history shaped our thinking... Vitruvius, Leonardo De Vinci, William Morris and Louis Sullivan Find out more about us at http://www.dovetailkitchens.com Music by Funky Fella
Views: 144 Dovetail Kitchens
Refactoring UI: Resolute
For this edition of Refactoring UI, we're going to redesign the properties page from Resolute's internal tool, sharing lots of tips on form design, scannability and reskinning a page using the styles from an already existing design. Updates/Submissions: https://refactoringui.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/steveschoger Sketch files: https://www.dropbox.com/s/pvhc08bnikx2pr6/resolute.sketch?dl=0 Contrast: https://usecontrast.com/ System font stack: https://css-tricks.com/snippets/css/system-font-stack/
Views: 44203 Steve Schoger
How Oscillator Works ? The Working Principle of the Oscillator Explained
In this video, the working principle of the Electronic Oscillator has been explained. By watching this video, you will learn the following topics: 0:42 What is Oscillator 1:04 How OScillator Works? 4:03 Barkhausen Criteria for Oscillations and mathematical derivation 8:12 Different Types of Oscillators What is Oscillator: The Oscillator is an electronic circuit, which accepts the DC voltage and generates the periodic time varying waveform of the desired frequency. How Oscillator Works: The Oscillator is an amplifier with positive feedback. When the Oscillator is turned ON, then the thermal noise is amplified by the amplifier of the oscillator. The feedback circuit in the oscillator is the frequency selective circuit. It amplifies only one particular frequency from all other frequencies. And over the period of time, the one frequency will get build up and gives the periodic oscillations at the output. Barkhausen Criteria: For sustained Oscillation, 1) the magnitude of the loop gain AB should be equal to 1 (AB =1) 2) Phase Shift introduced by the amplifier and the feedback circuit should be zero. Types of OScillator: Depending on the type of feedback circuit the oscillators can be broadly classified as 1) RC OScillator 2) LC OScillator 3) Crystal OScillator Depending on the arrangement of these R, L, C components, it can be further classified. (Colpitts Oscillator, Hartley Oscillator etc.) Depending on the type of output, the oscillators can be classified as 1) Harmonic Oscillators (Gives Sinusoidal Output) 2) Relaxation OScillators (Gives Non-Sinusoidal Output, Like square wave and Triangular Wave) This video will be helpful to all the students of science and engineering in understanding the working principle of the oscillator. #Oscillator #HowOscillatorWorks Follow me on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/allaboutelectronics Follow me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ALLABOUTELECRONICS/ Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/all_about.electronics/ Music Credit: http://www.bensound.com/
Using Gestalt Principles to Improve Your Design - Designer vs. Developer #17
Mustafa speaks to Sven Laqua, Head of UX at Digital Science, about designing motion, HCI, eye tracking and the Gestalt principles. Designer Vs Developer is a show that tries to solve the challenges faced in the industry by opening a conversation between the two, providing takeaways, solutions to workflows, tools & discussions on everyday struggles. For unedited conversations subscribe to or download our podcast from these services; iTunes: https://goo.gl/1E9U0G Google Music: https://goo.gl/qCBlST (USA ONLY) Web Fundamentals: https://goo.gl/Kt3nE9 Feedburner: https://goo.gl/USHXv8 Read our blog post here: http://bit.ly/2KsWxJL Learn more about the subjects mentioned in our video: Contextual Interviewing using the Master & Apprentice Model http://bit.ly/2KozkJf Material Theme Editor – Create and customize your Material theme http://bit.ly/2KAPJGR Google Scholar Studies http://bit.ly/2MC2JMD Using a focal element http://bit.ly/2KAhHCi Dark Sky app http://bit.ly/2IA0jvP Gestalt laws of grouping http://bit.ly/2tNUqpr Universal Principles of Design http://bit.ly/2lFr6Oa Watch the rest of the series here → http://bit.ly/2sXpWBR Subscribe to the Chrome Developers channel → http://bit.ly/ChromeDevs1
C# Tutorial - Material Design Login & Registration Form | FoxLearn
Material Design Login Form & Registration Form using MaterialSkin in C# Theming .NET WinForms, C# or VB.Net, to Google's Material Design Principles.
Views: 4384 Fox Learn
Reimagining Shell Structures - Philippe Block
10 January 2018 M.Arch Jury Week Keynote Lectures (Emergent Technology) Throughout history, master builders have discovered expressive forms through the constraints of economy, efficiency and elegance. There is much to learn from the structural principles they developed. Novel design tools that extend traditional graphic methods to three dimensions allow designers to discover a vast range of possible shell forms. By better understanding the flow of forces in three dimensions, excess material can be eliminated, natural resources conserved, and humble materials like earth and stone re-imagined. Drawing from a revival of forgotten principles combined with the latest advances in the design, engineering, fabrication and construction of doubly curved shell structures, this lecture reveals the foundations for the award-winning ‘Beyond Bending’ exhibition at the Venice Architecture Biennale in 2016 and the thin, flexibly formed concrete shell of the NEST HiLo project. Philippe Block is a professor at the Institute of Technology in Architecture at ETH Zurich. His practice, the Block Research Group, focuses on equilibrium design methods and computational form finding and fabrication of curved surface structures. He is also the director of the Swiss National Centre of Competence in Research (NCCR) Digital Fabrication.
Coding React Form with Formik and Ant Design - Part 3
Learn how to create a form in React using Formik and Ant Design. Code: https://github.com/benawad/fullstack-graphql-airbnb-clone/tree/3_formik_and_antd Links from video: https://ant.design/docs/react/use-in-typescript https://github.com/jaredpalmer/formik Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLN3n1USn4xlnfJIQBa6bBjjiECnk6zL6s ---- Join the Discord: https://discord.gg/Vehs99V ---- Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/benawad ---- Follow Me Online Here: Medium: https://medium.com/@benawad Twitter: https://twitter.com/benawad97 GitHub: https://github.com/benawad Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/benawad97/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/benawad/ Instagram: http://instagram.com/benawad97
Views: 9943 Ben Awad
How to Design the Perfect Trebuchet
Thanks to Pepperonin for supporting us on Patreon and making this video possible! Support us here: http://bit.ly/2qBHcvf Looking to lay siege to your neighbor's house? In this video, we'll teach you the basic design principles behind trebuchet construction. (This video is purely for educational purposes, please do not lay siege to anything) Siano's Paper on Trebuchet Mechanics: http://www.algobeautytreb.com/trebmath356.pdf The trebuchet is one of the most famous siege engines of all time, and designing and optimizing the powerful machine involves some tedious work. To understand how to optimize the design of a trebuchet, first we need to understand exactly what designs and principles make up one. A trebuchet in its most pure form involves a counterweight that falls completely along the vertical axis and a swing arm. Attached to the end of the swing arm is typically something like a sling to increase rotational velocity, but it isn’t essential to trebuchet design. Potential energy is stored in the lever mechanism as the large counterweight is lifted. Once dropped, the potential energy stored in the counterweight is transformed through linear motion into rotational kinetic energy for the projectile. It’s important to note that no compound motion or mechanism is involved in the trebuchet, rather it is one simple lever arm along with a counterweight. Once the mechanism is understood, the variables to controlling flight begin to appear. Being such a simple design, the only things you can vary are the lever arm length, the height, the counterweight weight, and where to position the fulcrum along the lever arm. While the constraints may seem limiting, optimizing all of these factors can produce a highly efficient machine. All images and videos courtesy of the creative commons or used in accordance with fair use laws. Trebuchet animation courtesy of Handrox-G via VideoHive. Copyright information available upon request. Brittle Rille - Reunited by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1200047 Artist: http://incompetech.com/
Views: 41682 Concerning Reality
HOME SCIENCE Elements and Principles of Art
Hi students in this video most important topic elements and principles of art so keep watching.the video is really useful and helpful for your exams
Contemporary Architecture Design Portfolio by FORM & FUNCTION
FORM & FUNCTION showcase some of their stunning architectural marvels, striking a balance between form & Functionality. " Your space speaks a lot about you, make sure it has great things to say". Contact : # 9560990461 . Delhi NCR & Nagpur CI
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Compiler Design Lecture #12 - Sentential form of a grammar, Context Free Grammar, Language
Compiler Design Lecture #12 - Sentential form of a grammar, Context Free Grammar, Language What is sentential form of a grammar. What are context free grammars and context free languages. What are Equivalent grammars Compiler Design and Construction Video Lectures in Hindi, English
Landing Page Design Principles - Anomaly
The design principle of anomaly is concerned with changing the design of one-of-many similar page elements to draw attention to it. It can be used to great effect when you need to add emphasis to an element, for example a specific customer logo, tool integration, sponsor, speaker etc. Watch the video to learn more.
Views: 205 Unbounce
UX Design For Emerging Technologies (Augmented Reality, 3D Printing, Internet of Things)
View full course on Udemy: https://udemy.com/emergingtechnology If you’ve spent any time at all reading technology blogs, you’ve seen a lot of talk about new technologies like virtual reality, augmented reality, internet of things, 3D printing, Robotics, AI and many, many others. Meanwhile, you’re sitting at your desk designing screenshots for laptops and mobile phones, and wondering, “Where does UX fit into al of this? Will I have a job in 5-10 years?” And if you’re not asking yourself that, well, you should, because all of the top designers from Google, Apple, Facebook and some of the top design agencies in the world all agree that UX Design as a job title will die over the next couple of years. In part because UX Design has started to mean everything and nothing at the same time, and in part because the form factors that UX designers design for will no longer exist in a few years. So if you want to stay ahead of the game, you need to adapt now, or the market will make you obsolete. And that’s what this course is about. This course gives you a comprehensive overview of all of the emerging technologies that will be relevant for UX designers in the future and teaches you the overarching principles of designing for these technologies.
Views: 1306 Jamal Nichols
Divi Feature Update! Huge Design Efficiency Improvements Now Available
Learn more here: https://www.elegantthemes.com/blog/theme-releases/divi-feature-update-huge-design-efficiency-improvements-now-available We love releasing new features that make the lives of Divi designers easier. When it comes to speed, efficiency and intuition, we want to go above and beyond, because that's what a great design tool is really all about. Today we are introducing yet another design efficiency improvement in the form of Filtered Option Search, allowing you to more easily locate active and relevant options so that you can make quick adjustments without wasting your precious time.
Views: 234676 Elegant Themes
Folder of Assignments | Sem 2
You know the drill. A modest collection of some of the work we did in this semester of B.Des at IITG. We had three design courses this semester, one was about form design, one was to improve our rendering skills, and one was Principles of Visual Design. To see more of this semester's work, stay tuned for our exhibition at the start of next semester. 2018 freshers--come to Alwaan. Check this playlist for an in-depth look at the B.Des course offered at IITG https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLIXnJoNrfc4_AET5NgryI0w3Si4MKDoVc My personal vlog--your source for life at IITG https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLIXnJoNrfc4-jnUIuU8QUQjL2Y5igBQDC PEEPS featured in the video Omkar Joshi (@omkar001) Megha Agrawal (@megh_aa) Prerana Biswas (@worldlingblog) Anmol Ratan Ankita Patra (@artphiltre) Muskan Gupta (@muskan0.0) Manasi Sheth (@imperitusbox) Itti Joseph (@itti.joseph) __ FOLLOW Instagram (@jasonnandu) https://www.instagram.com/jasonnandu/ Twitter (@jasonbnandu) https://twitter.com/jasonbnandu/ SUBSCRIBE https://www.youtube.com/c/JasonNandu/
Views: 449 Jason Nandu
Learn Angular 7 in 50 Minutes - A Free Beginner's Crash Course
WRITTEN Version: https://goo.gl/a6kqBv Today's Question: Which do you prefer? React, Angular or Vue? https://skl.sh/designcourse2 - First 500 people to sign up will get their first 2 months free! -- Angular 7 just released and as always, I'm putting out a rather robust angular 7 tutorial (or small crash course!) that will introduce beginner's to this awesome frontend framework. You're going to learn about the basics behind Angular 7 while building out a simple project. Here's what you will learn: - Installation & the Angular CLI - Templating - Styling - Components - Event binding - Property binding - Services - HTTP Client - Forms ..and more The skills necessary to follow this course: - HTML & CSS Understanding - Basic JavaScript knowledge Github repo for the project in this tutorial: https://github.com/designcourse/ng7 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Subscribe for NEW VIDEOS! My site: https://coursetro.com My personal FB account: http://fb.com/logodesigner Coursetro FB: http://fb.com/coursetro Coursetro's Twitter: http://twitter.com/designcoursecom Join my Discord! https://discord.gg/a27CKAF ^-Chat with me and others - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Who is Gary Simon? Well, I'm a full stack developer with 2+ decades experience and I teach people how to design and code. I've created around 100+ courses for big brands like LinkedIn, Lynda.com, Pluralsight and Envato Network. Now, I focus all of my time and energy on this channel and my website Coursetro.com. Come to my discord server or add me on social media and say Hi!
Views: 94822 DesignCourse
Customize Material Components for your product (Google I/O '18)
Take advantage of Material’s new expressiveness and adaptability by learning how to customize Material Design Components and quickly build beautiful products for Android, iOS, web, and Flutter. Rate this session by signing-in on the I/O website here → https://goo.gl/vXryzA Watch more Design sessions from I/O '18 here → https://goo.gl/61w1Nk See all the sessions from Google I/O '18 here → https://goo.gl/q1Tr8x Subscribe to the Google Developers channel → http://goo.gl/mQyv5L #io18 #GoogleIO #GoogleIO2018
Views: 60777 Google Developers
"Hierarchy" by Leonard Peikoff
The Art of Thinking -- part 2: Hierarchy Thought as integration, hierarchy as an indispensable form of integration and reducing advanced ideas to perceptual data. Do you want to improve your method of thinking? This is a course on what to do with your mind during the act of thought, when to do it and how to do it. Leonard Peikoff teaches you how to make the principles of Objectivist epistemology the guide of your own daily thought processes. These lectures are part new theory and part exercises. SUBSCRIBE TO NEW IDEAL, ARI'S ONLINE PUBLICATION https://aynrand.us12.list-manage.com/subscribe/post?u=9fade2f9b83ee2374e147b57f&id=daf46abc98 SUBSCRIBE TO ARI’S YOUTUBE CHANNEL https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=AynRandInstitute ABOUT THE AYN RAND INSTITUTE ARI offers educational experiences, based on Ayn Rand's books and ideas, to a variety of audiences, including students, educators, policymakers and lifelong learners. ARI also engages in research and advocacy efforts, applying Rand's ideas to current issues and seeking to promote her philosophical principles of reason, rational self-interest and laissez-faire capitalism. We invite you to explore how Ayn Rand viewed the world — and to consider the distinctive insights offered by ARI's experts today. SUPPORT ARI WITH A DONATION https://ari.aynrand.org/donate/creditcard EXPLORE ARI http://www.AynRand.org FOLLOW ARI ON TWITTER https://twitter.com/AynRandInst LIKE ARI ON FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/AynRandInstitute EXPLORE ARI CAMPUS https://campus.aynrand.org/ INFORMATION ABOUT OBJECTIVIST SUMMER CONFERENCES http://objectivistconferences.com/ LEARN ABOUT AYN RAND STUDENT CONFERENCES http://aynrandcon.org/
Views: 1257 Ayn Rand Institute
Building a Survey Form for freeCodeCamp.org Responsive Web Design Project
Broadcasted live on Twitch -- Watch live at https://www.twitch.tv/bpwnd
Views: 2457 Jordon Baade
On building one's own dream home as an 8-year desert odyssey
Fresh out of architecture school, Aaron D'Innocenzo wanted to test out his belief that with proper orientation and materials, he could build a home, even in the desert, without AC or heating. Land in Joshua Tree was inexpensive and relatively unencumbered by codes so after purchasing a lot, he was without the funds to construct his modern, passive solar design, so he began to build it all alone. "When I got into it, I knew I was very particular, but I guess I didn't realize how much my expectations differed from typical contractors so I ended up building the whole place myself from driving the dozer, to excavate, to setting up the formwork, pouring the concrete whatever, the cabinetry, the wiring, the everything." After eight years without contractors, sub-contractors or even daily helpers (except for 2 or 3 days "to lift a heavy beam" or the like), D'Innocenzo now owned a modern glass, concrete and stone home that worked with nature and passive solar design principles to stay cool in summer and warm in winter. Nearly all glass on the south side, and earth-bermed on the north, inside, the home is constructed with high thermal mass materials (concrete and stone) which trap the sun's heat in winter and hold the night's cool during summer days. Aaron D'Innocenzo: http://aarondinnocenzo.com/ On *faircompanies: https://faircompanies.com/videos/on-building-ones-own-dream-home-as-an-8-year-desert-epiphany/
Views: 157513 Kirsten Dirksen
Fluent Design: Evolving our Design System
Microsoft has continued to evolve the Fluent Design System’s set of controls, patterns, principles and design guidance since its debut at Build 2017. Get a hands-on look at how 1st-party Microsoft experiences are taking advantage of the system and empowering their users to achieve more by crafting experiences that are natural on each device, intuitive, powerful, engaging, and immersive. Come learn how you can build experiences with the latest Fluent Design features to help your users do more in our multi-device, multi-sensory world
Views: 2793 Microsoft Developer
Designing UX for Offline - Designer vs. Developer #19
Mustafa speaks to Rowan Merewood, Developer Advocate for Chrome Developer Relations team, about Payments on the web, Progessive web apps, and how to think about designing for offline states. Designer vs Developer is a show that tries to solve the challenges faced in the industry by opening a conversation between the two, providing takeaways, solutions to workflows, tools & discussions on everyday struggles. Read our blog post here: http://bit.ly/2KePkIW Learn more about the subjects mentioned in our video: Read about offline UX Considerations http://bit.ly/2LRXqvX Trivago case study, The New Bar for Web Experiences http://bit.ly/2OwwuR1 Read about Navigator.onLine https://mzl.la/2n0aTnk Watch the rest of the series here → http://bit.ly/2sXpWBR Subscribe to the Chrome Developers channel → http://bit.ly/ChromeDevs1 For unedited conversations subscribe to or download our podcast from these services; iTunes: https://goo.gl/1E9U0G Google Music: https://goo.gl/qCBlST (USA ONLY) Web Fundamentals: https://goo.gl/Kt3nE9 Feedburner: https://goo.gl/USHXv8
UX+DATA Designing for Intelligent Cognitive Products
As artificial intelligence evolves, we can use AI to work alongside people and extend our human abilities. Wei Wei and his colleagues will join us to present their research and principles that form the Intelligent Cognitive Experience (ICX) Design System. Wei Wei, Han-shen Chen, and Chia-wei Liu are the co-instructors of the Interface Cognitive A.I. course at Parsons as well as the co-creators of the ICX design system. The system is created to facilitate collaboration with multidisciplinary teams, and to develop the human-centered experience of symbiotic cooperation between humans and intelligent machine agents. By walking through Human Cognitive Processes and design experimenting with Cognitive Computing Technologies, our speakers will share some ideas how to create Intelligent Machine Agents (IMA) which are capable of discovering complex contexts, identifying human needs, predicting outcomes, and supporting solutions. Students from the class will also present their projects.
Views: 18 Bill Prickett
#2 Beginning,  Simple winter Birch Trees painting
A great way for beginning artists to try out a resist technique with masking tape. This painting can be used to teach about the elements and principles of Design. Starting with line and shape, moving to form, value, and creating space using perspective, as well as adding visual texture. This is a peaceful and harmonious- quite symmetrical, and low contrast scene.
Views: 2 christine jenn
Inclusive Design Series: How to stop worrying and love accessible forms - Elle Waters
Ah, forms – they’re the best and worst of all online experiences. When done well, you have a delightful interactive experience that makes you feel all warm inside. When done poorly, you shout at your computer and wonder if maybe it’s just impossible to design something simple and elegant, intuitive and engaging. These experiences are magnified for people with disabilities, both the good and the bad. So, how do you make more usable, accessible forms online? Come learn how! In this talk, we’ll work through the visual design, interaction design, and front-end development considerations when building an accessible form. With hands-on demonstrations and usable samples. Use these recommendations, and this may be the one NDC session that increases your customer base more than anything else you do. You’ll leave knowing how to make forms more accessible and usable… for every one of us. NDC Conferences https://ndc-london.com https://ndcconferences.com
Views: 228 NDC Conferences
Principles of Programming Graphical Use Interfaces, meeting 4
React/Material-UI development. 1:33 Demo application building starts: AppBar, Drawer 6:40 Second form of setState 11:20 MenuItem in drawer to close the drawer 13:58 state field to be used later added, relevant update code 16:05 AppBar right button with IconMenu with svg icon. 25:10 Checkboxes and RadioButtons into IconMenu Notice that here onChange was added to RadioButton when it should be in RadioButtonGroup, this is the issue explored starting 36:10 and finally solved at 1:17:15. 32:25 Initial parts of the UI which will be a separate component 43:27 Separating part of the interface to a new component 47:48 using this.props in render 48:15 delivering props to the new component 53:42 adding Dialog with Slider 1:08:37 information up to parent from the custom component 1:15:00 Summary slides 1:26:10 Question and comment about exercises 1:27:46 index.js, import App from different files
Views: 85 Jaakko Hakulinen
Work Form Orientation
Overview of the work form in JSTOR Form
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Design Is [Vision] – The Power of Storytelling in Product Design and Business Strategy
Designers help define the future by envisioning and crafting product experiences. They do this in a number of ways, whether it be by helping to create a strategic product vision through storytelling or through insights-driven, human-centered design. Effective product strategy requires the ability to define a vision that actively works alongside business and technology to design experiences users want in the face of behavioral and computational change. Designers articulate abstract ideas and give them form, by reconciling user needs with business goals and advanced technologies. Data can persuade people, but it doesn’t inspire them to act in the way stories do. A product vision serves as a tangible artifact that provides teams the 10,000 foot view and aligns them around a shared North Star to inspire innovation. Design Is […] is a monthly speaker series on the future of design and creativity. Each public talk is centered on a theme, and the series highlights a broad range of perspectives on everything from human-centered design to VR and ethics. Learn more at: https://goo.gl/d9JSxL Stay up-to-date with future Design Is [...] videos and more by subscribing to Google Design channel: https://goo.gl/naDtMa
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Here we go! The elements of design and how it relates to concept art! It's really important we get these down, so that we can focus on the Principles of Design next, which will help us make amazing compositions. So we're starting at the bottom, and working our way up! For about me, check out my socials! DeviantArt: https://embodiedjosh.deviantart.com Tumblr: https://embodiedjosh.tumblr.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/embodiedjosh/?hl=en Twitter: https://twitter.com/EmbodiedJosh
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JRT #32 - Design Principles, Mindset, Blizzcon 2018
just roodley talking (JRT) is an art podcast hosted by roodleypoodleydoodley where he chronicles his week to week as he improves in the field of concept art and design. It is available in audio form wherever you get podcasts. (11/06/18) In this art talk, roodley talks about design principles, mindset, and some of the blizzard entertainment's blizzcon 2018 announcements like diablo and warcraft 3, among other things. 0:00 - Intro 1:20 - Developing toward the goal of working in a studio 3:30 - Teacher's experience @ a AAA studio 5:10 - Function vs Familiar vs Cool in Design 8:25 - What screws my productivity over and how we can fix it 11:47 - Expectation vs Reality 13:30 - Remember your priorities 15:50 - try different things 17:30 - Deltarune by Toby Fox 18:14 - Blizzcon 2018 & Diablo 21:51 - Warcraft 3 and it's impact on games today 23:20 - This past weekend 24:50 - Brainstorm School Spring Scholarships - https://brainstormschool.com 27:12 - Halloween #justroodleytalking #artpodcast #conceptart --- buy my art on a shirt: https://linktr.ee/roodleypoodley Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/roodleypoodley/ Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/roodleypoodleydoodley Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/roodleypoodley Discord: https://discord.gg/Qj6HxTx
Adobe Illustrator - Contemporary Design (Floral)
Floral design or flower arrangement is the art of using plant materials and flowers to create a pleasing and balanced composition. Evidence of refined floristry is found as far back as the culture of ancient Egypt. Professionally designed floral designs, arrangements or artwork incorporate the elements of floral design: line, form, space, texture, and color, and the principles of floral design: balance, proportion, rhythm, contrast, harmony, and unity. Subscribe for more videos: https://bit.ly/2pVJ9Sj You might want to check out: Warrior Wolves design - https://youtu.be/T0RUKSana64 Sketch to Design Logo - https://youtu.be/ahej13d-J_o Broken Glass Text effect - https://youtu.be/X9W6gYGJpe4 Music : Ben Sounds - Energy https://www.bensound.com/ Like | Comment | Share twitter: https://twitter.com/motion_owl facebook: https://www.facebook.com/owlmotiongraphics Floral Design inspired with Satori Graphics
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Design principles for using CMSs in academic research - WPCampus 2018 - WordPress in Higher Ed
Higher-education and research are synonymous: educating the next genius and engineering the future. However, the two areas in universities are, in many campuses, leagues apart in how they create, consume, and distribute web applications. Research utilizing web applications, from custom PHP applications to content management system customizations and plugins, are commonly built as stand-alone, narrow applications gate-walled from the rest of the world. These one-off web projects dilute the community knowledge for our researchers, our students and faculty, and even ourselves. Let’s consider a field of study ripe with web application development: educational technology. I’ll discuss the ‘state of the field’ for reusability and development design, and where we as web experts in higher-education can break the mold and engineer design principles and best-practices for everyone working with the web. It’s not just code - it’s building community, documentation, inclusive environments, and above all - collaborating. It’s the dare to share, from faculty to staff—assistants to vendors—project to project. I'll discuss what makes an inclusive web environment for extending into research, and help craft a map to meeting this need. You can learn more about this session on the WPCampus 2018 website at https://2018.wpcampus.org/schedule/lightning-talks/design-principles-for-using-cms-in-academic-research/. Speaker: Eric Sembrat What is WPCampus? WPCampus 2018 was the third annual in-person conference for the WPCampus community, a gathering of web professionals, educators and people dedicated to the confluence of WordPress in higher education. The event took place July 12-14 on the campus of Washington University in St. Louis. Learn more about the event at https://2018.wpcampus.org.
Interactive Algorithmic Platform to Visualize Urban Forms
Karori Interactive Platform to Visualize Urban Forms in terms of Cost
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Designing Virtual Physicality, Guillaume Couche - UX&D Exchange March 2018
How do we apply design principles such as "form follows function" in the age of immersive technology where manufacturing and traditional physical constraints have disappeared?
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Design a lure: Swimbait with Fusion 360 Free Form
Intro: 0:01 Starting design in free form: 0:42 Placing the stock object and settings to start: 3:12 Switching back to the normal model environment: 31:34 In this video design a lure to print and cast in alumilite VAC - 50 mold making material. I decided to do this series "Design a Lure" as a sort of tutorial in Fusion 360 because I had a hard time learning the program environment when I first started. If you have any suggestions or information for people to help them with design, including myself. Please post it in the comments! In this episode I use the free form environment within Fusion 360 to make a simple swimbait that should work well for freshwater fishing. I usually use this type of bait for walleye but I think it would work well with smallmouth and largemouth bass as well. The free form tool is an interesting fast way to create symmetric designs if you're a visual person. You can always use different tools after you export the file into the modeling environment as well. At that point when you switch to the modeling environment you are starting with a completed body that you can edit. This tool is great for quick prototyping of easy models and I will definitely be using it more in the future. This was basically my first attempt with a little bit of previous practice in free form, so I guarantee you can do this with no problem! I am designing these lures to print on the Anet A8 printer well as the Creality CR-10 3d printer. I will be finishing this project in future videos using alumilite vac-50 to create the mold and alumisol to inject soft plastic into the cavities after the PLA is removed. Autodesk Fusion 360 is a great platform that allows for free licensing if you make under $100,000 a year from its use. This tutorial is ultra basic based on the complexity of the project there are many other videos on YouTube to explore the fusion 360 environment further. I will also make additional Fusion 360 videos in the future depending on what projects are going on. Thanks for watching and remember to keep your amps up and your filament dry! Autodesk Fusion 360 information: https://www.autodesk.com/products/fus... Make Anything - Video on Fusion 360 Licensing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PVFoB... Makelure for lure making materials: https://www.makelure.com/ Music provided by Spike https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLY3kskbNAeDl3utrSfccJA https://soundcloud.com/spikes-vibes
Views: 2469 Revamped Outdoors
Blairgowrie 2 Timber And Glass House With The Theme Of Coastal Modernity | Great Small House Design
This timber and glass pavilion is the second house in the development and continues the theme of coastal modernity. Following the principles of the InForm ‘Retreat’ design, but on a larger scale, the house includes a double garage, four bedrooms and a lounge, as well as an open plan kitchen, meals and living space. The characteristic long lineal roof plane caps the entire building, protecting the loggia and deck that extends the length of the northern exterior. A full height vertical timber screen protects the loggia from the west, and creates a dynamic front façade. Large full height black aluminium doors connect the living areas and master bedroom to the deck and sweeping lawn beyond. The black aluminium provides a striking contrast with the smoky grey oiled timber cladding and crisp white fascias. A white concrete brick blade wall separates the entry from the loggia and extends into the living area to form the fireplace. Take a look and let me know what you think in the comments! Thanks! More information at https://casalibrary.com/2017/01/28/blairgowrie-2-by-inform-design/ 🙏 🙏 🙏 Help me get 100K SUBSCRIBERS. Please like & share videos ❤️ http://bit.ly/2tgNRv7 More Videos: #smallhouse #tinyhouse #homdesign #interior #architecture ---------------------------------------------------- For copyrights issues (answers within 24H) : [email protected]
Views: 1079 Home Design Ideas