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Design Jobs: Bauer Media Group, IDEO, Madavor Media

Unbeige - Tue, 06/03/2014 - 18:30
This week, Bauer Media Group is hiring a senior designer, while IDEO needs a digital graphic designer. Madavor Media is seeking a graphic designer, and MIT Technology Review is on the hunt for a deputy art director. Get the scoop on these openings and more below, and find additional just-posted gigs on Mediabistro. Senior Designer Bauer Media Group (Englewood Cliffs, NJ) Digital Graphic Designer IDEO (Cambridge, MA) Graphic Designer Madavor Media (Braintree, MA) Deputy Art Director MIT Technology Review (Cambridge, MA) Pre-Press Proofer Box Services (New York, NY) Find more great design jobs on the UnBeige job board. Looking to hire? Tap into our network of talented UnBeige pros and post a risk-free job listing. For real-time openings and employment news, follow @MBJobPost.

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Linked: Jerry West vs. NBA Logo

Brand new - Tue, 06/03/2014 - 16:34
Jerry West doesn't look too happy about being the NBA logo. The NBA maintains Jerry West is not the NBA logo.... Armin
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Noted: New Logo for Marc Baptiste by Loducca

Brand new - Tue, 06/03/2014 - 16:21
"Marc Baptiste was born in Port Au Prince, Haiti. At age nine, he moved with his family to Brooklyn, NY. […] Marc received a BA in Graphic Design and Advertising at NY Technical College, and immediately began his photography career by shooting the collections in... Armin
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Reviewed: New Logo and Identity for Gotham Writers by Hyperakt

Brand new - Tue, 06/03/2014 - 12:58
Established in 1993 by two writers, Jeff Fligelman and David Grae, Gotham Writers' Workshop (now just Gotham Writers) is one of the largest adult-education writing schools in the country offering 10-week workshop classes in every conceivable writing method, from fiction to memoir to poetry to... Armin
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Call for Entries: Graphis Advertising Annual 2015 - Tue, 06/03/2014 - 00:00

Graphis will once again feature top international work from the previous year in its Advertising Annual, with entries available for online viewing.

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Flixel Cinemagraph Pro Updated for Cinemagraph Animation Creation - Tue, 06/03/2014 - 00:00
The latest version of Cinemagraph Pro for Mac has added temperature and tint adjustments; the ability to import a sequence of still images; and support for three-finger swipe.
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Linked: Google Logo Update

Brand new - Mon, 06/02/2014 - 15:51
Boldest move yet in the Google logo evolution. Not a joke: change was confirmed by Google rep.... Armin
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Noted: New Logo for Cricket Wireless

Brand new - Mon, 06/02/2014 - 13:43
"Cricket Wireless also known as Cricket, was founded in 1999. As of 2011, Cricket has provided prepaid wireless services to approximately 4.6 million subscribers in the United States. On July 12, 2013, AT&T Inc. agreed to acquire Cricket's parent company Leap Wireless International for $1.2... Armin
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Reviewed: New Logo and Identity for the City of Stockholm by Essen International

Brand new - Mon, 06/02/2014 - 12:58
Stockholm, capital of Sweden, is a very well regarded city with a strong economy, extensive public transportation, environmental proclivity, vast culture, and a growing population. In charge of making the city run smoothly and forward is Stockholms Stadshus AB which manages Stockholms Stad (City of... Armin
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MFA Boston to Debut ‘Kunstkammer Gallery’

Unbeige - Mon, 06/02/2014 - 12:26
Rare is the human who can resist a cabinet of curiosities—those bewitching, eclectic assortments of man-made and natural wonders that flout traditional taxonomies. The Museum of Fine Arts Boston is inaugurating one of its own in the Kunstkammer Gallery, which opens Wednesday. Among the objects that will be on view in the intimate space are exotic natural materials such as amber, ivory, and coconut shells; paintings on copper and hardstone; and virtuoso metalwork, such as clocks and automata. Follow up a visit to that whimsical space with a trip to the MFA’s newly renovated gallery dedicated to Impressionist and Post-Impressionist paintings and sculpture, which will also be unveiled on Wednesday.

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When Tiny Objects Meet PANTONE Chips - Mon, 06/02/2014 - 00:00

There comes a time in every designer's life when the realization dawns that something in the real world is a striking match for a PANTONE color.

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Quote of Note | Annie Leibovitz

Unbeige - Sat, 05/31/2014 - 05:16
"My background as a photographer is as an observer. I'm a terrible director. The performers I have the most rapport with are comedians, who make up a very special group. They're sort of like manic depressives. I sympathize with them. They are usually also very intelligent. For me, the classic photograph of a comedian is Charlie Chaplin just leaning. That is such an extraordinarily funny picture. It's as perfect a photograph as you could ever have of a comedian. Chaplin came from silent films. The challenge for a photographer is to create a visually funny picture without it being stupid. It's difficult to take a funny picture." -Annie Leibovitz, whose images—from the black-and-white photograph of Richard Nixon’s helicopter lifting off from the White House lawn after he resigned as president in 1974 to the formal color portrait of Queen Elizabeth II taken in a drawing room of Buckingham Palace in 2007—are collected in a new SUMO-sized, limited-edition book from Taschen

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Paul Giamatti as an Insane Museum Curator? Make It Happen!

Unbeige - Fri, 05/30/2014 - 12:57
Picture it: A Fellini- and Buñuel-flavored tale of a museum curator forced to face dwindling visitor numbers, harsh economic realities, his crumbling sanity, and...a giant sloth! We were sold on the premise of graphic novelist Paul Hornschemeier's planned animated short even before learning that the crazy curator, one Gordon Boonewell, will be voiced by Paul Giamatti. Saturday Night Live's dazzling Kate McKinnon has also signed on to the project, entitled Giant Sloth, which Hornschemeier is looking to fund through a freshly launched Kickstarter campaign. "Uncompromised by the studio process, Giant Sloth combines the psychologically rich world of literary graphic novels with the all the possibilities of motion and sound that animation allows," notes Hornschemeier. "It treats its characters not as clowns shuffling for an easy laugh, but as people. And as giant sloths. Giant sloths are people too." continued...

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Fuse Updated for Steam Games 3D Character Creation - Fri, 05/30/2014 - 00:00
If you're not familiar with Steam, the first thing to know is that there are now more than 65 million active members of Valve's platform for the delivery and management of PC and Mac games, which now number more than 2,000 titles.
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Extensis Portfolio Flow Updated for Digital Asset Management - Fri, 05/30/2014 - 00:00

This extension to Portfolio Server allows users to tag assets in the field and upload them.

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Cooper-Hewitt Appoints Brooke Hodge as Deputy Director

Unbeige - Thu, 05/29/2014 - 21:43
Curator, writer, and critic Brooke Hodge will join the Smithsonian's Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum as deputy director, a post that has been vacant since Caroline Baumann stepped up from that role in 2012 to serve as acting director following the death of Bill Moggridge. Baumann was named director of the museum last June. Hodge, who been director of exhibitions and publications at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles since 2010, will begin her new position on July 16 as the Cooper-Hewitt continues the countdown to its reopening after an epic renovation that will expand exhibition space by more than 60%. “I’ve known and admired Brooke since her involvement [as a guest curator] with the 2006 Triennial at Cooper-Hewitt, and I’m thrilled she is joining us at this critical juncture,” said Baumann in a statement released today. “Brooke will be diving into preparations for our opening later this fall, while partnering with me and museum teams on the exciting, future plans for the nation’s design museum."

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Learn HTML Online, Just as Nature Intended

Unbeige - Thu, 05/29/2014 - 05:05
Admit it: Your seven-year-old nephew could out-HTML tag you any day and you think that a Cascading Style Sheet is something with a thread count. That's where Mediabistro comes in. Our mothership has just confirmed its next online course in HTML and CSS, and it's never too early to start planning ahead. Over four fun-filled weeks, web design design guru Laura Galbraith will guide you through a variety of web page production techniques, from column-based layouts and search engine optimization to semantic markup and advanced CSS styles. The online learning fun begins September 15, and by Halloween, you'll have brought a pre-designed webpage to life through the magic of HTML. Preview the course syllabus and register here.

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Categories: News Provides Solution for Design Presentation and Approval - Thu, 05/29/2014 - 00:00 is designed to present concepts to clients and declutter the communication process.
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Social Media Strategy Boot Camp Set for June - Thu, 05/29/2014 - 00:00
Through a series of webcasts, experts in marketing, social, and content management will provide the building blocks to develop a complete social media strategy.
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Seven Questions for Jessica Hische

Unbeige - Wed, 05/28/2014 - 12:00
"The basis of any word is a single letter," says self-described "letterer, illustrator, and crazy cat lady" Jessica Hische, known for performing stunningly beautiful typographical feats for the likes of Wes Anderson, Penguin Books, The New York Times, and—be still our justice-loving hearts—John Hodgman. Among her latest projects is a stationery collection for the Luxe Project, a Moo initiative that pairs top creative talent with Moo's deluxe business cards, letterheads, and notecards, and then gives 100% of net proceeds to the designer's charity of choice (Hische's feline-friendly pick: the ASPCA). She made time in her busy, bicoastal—San Francisco and Brooklyn—schedule to answer our questions about the luxe letterforms adapted from her Daily Drop Cap project, her book jacket for The Circle by Dave Eggers, and more. For those not familiar with Daily Drop Cap, what is it and how did it come about? I started Daily Drop Cap because, when I left working at Louise Fili Ltd., I wanted an excuse to draw letterforms every day, even when I wasn’t being paid to by clients. I wanted a way to experiment and develop my lettering skills since I was about to step out on my own, away from the daily mentoring of Louise. Originally, I had planned on doing an alphabet a week instead of a letter a day, but decided quickly that I wasn’t up for a challenge that enormous at the time. I gave myself the goal of twelve alphabets, a number that seemed daunting but doable, and for a year and a half I drew a letter every single day. It ended up becoming the thing that really kicked my career into full swing and made people pay attention to the work I was doing. What did you create for the Luxe Project? My collection for Moo uses a selection of my Daily Drop Caps, transforming the original artwork into sophisticated monograms by switching the complex original color palettes to two-color. I chose letters that I thought would appeal to many people—sometimes the letters I created for Daily Drop Cap specifically referenced something I was doing that day and wouldn't work as stationery monograms— and tried to pick gender neutral letterforms when possible. The letters are integrated into simple but beautiful designs which could work for anyone, be they a designer or just a lover of letters. I used the typeface Router—which I love—made by a type design friend Jeremy Mickel. What led you to select the ASPCA to receive all net proceeds? I adopted my two cats from the ASPCA in New York and just love what they do to put misplaced animals in good homes. I'm a huge animal lover—it's embarrassing how much I dote on my two cats—and love supporting an organization that obviously cares so deeply about animals. continued...

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