Beautiful set of images of Natalie Portman, styling is fantastic & the same goes for the use of lighting. 7
oh my glob i want this
It wasn’t long ago that I was in class sat at a desk. I wouldn’t be alone if I said that I used to take the odd mid-day nap when Chemistry got a little boring. Nick DeMarco’s project, Day Dreamer, works with that impulse in mind, not against it. Aside from a notepad-size writing surface, the desktop is made of a nice, spongy foam. As fun and amusing as the idea may seem, DeMarco designed the desk to encourage and promote better health and wellness and to overall de-stress a desk-user.
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- Forms: don’t make the user re-input the information if they leave the page or submit doesn’t work
- Logins: tell user if password or username is incorrect. tell which one.
- DON’T have tiny buttons/links. it’s obnoxious and takes longer to click.
- Do give user feedback
- Disable pressed buttons (e.g. submit) to prevent duplicate submissions- I’m looking at YOU, reddit
- Use verbs in buttons instead of yes, no, etc.
- Know who your user is
“You see great fonts as a form of porn.”
in the godswood
devils bathtub trail, mendon ponds park
all i wanted from
my fat evil cat was love
but she bit me. bitch.
lost in the void
drifting through space trying to find the ground
These are my initial experiments with motion.
I tried playing around with digital manipulation of images I took of nature. The use of the triangles should reflect the ‘play’ button, and connote the feeling of moving forward.
As my title for the interview is “A Life in Motion.” I need an image that reflects some sort of movement, as well be something that I could use throughout the spreads for a consistent style.
At this point, I do not think that they will work out, even though some have a nice visual style. Although I want to keep my image abstract, I need to experiment some more.