Stormy weather, Dalton Portella
Trev, visual designer at 100 Shapes. Inspiration, questions, design and personal.
Watching Dom Hemingway wishing I was him.
On another note. It’s been a shit week.
This album is incredible. I need to see this man live again.
We’ve been working with the BBC to design some additional features for the BBC iPlayer product on TV. It’s all part of the BBC’s Connected Studio scheme, and we’ve been invited to build a prototype of our idea as a pilot project. In a couple of weeks, the prototype will be complete and ready for formal usability testing that will be run by the BBC. This test will decide the pilot’s fate and so naturally, it has to go well.
I’ve started freelancing with an awesome UX Design studio in London.
They’re keen on sharing their experiences and lessons they learn from each and every brief. It’s given me a chance to read up and understand how they work and get to know what they’re all like (again, awesome).
I’m only with them for a month, but intend on making the most out of it, starting with sharing some of their blog posts.
Also, this is milkwithonesugar blog post number 1000.
Welcome to San Francisco
I wish to visit this place. At least once.
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fill a tray with water. blow, fan, stir, dab, and drag paint or colored ink across its surface. put a sheet of washi paper on top to stain it with the floating art.
though called “turkish” paper marbling by europeans, this design technique was developed in east asia, central asia, and the islamic world. it is an important part of turkic, tajik, indian, and other asian and middle eastern cultures.
It kind of reminds me how people do those nail art designs with the nail polish and dipping their fingers into the water.
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