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Tips for speaking in public

Tips for speaking in public

Category: Events/Exhibitions, Resources / Reference,

Posted by: John F
Posted: Jan 14th 2014
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Pretty much any day on the Interwebs you can come across something that someone has created for free that can enrich your life. Speaking.io is a site developed by Zach Holman full of great advice for how to become a better public speaker. Stuff like how to deal with a 'brainfart', o...

Sony's fantastic new Be Moved site

Sony's fantastic new Be Moved site

Category: Design / Interactive, Web / Design,

Posted by: John F
Posted: Jan 14th 2014
No. of comments: 0

Sony have recently launched a new microsite entitled 'Be Moved' which aims to show how the company has perfectly blended the Artist and the Engineer to create such ground breaking products as the Walkman. Parallax scrolling has been used to great effect on the site, com...
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Shillington design students collaborate with NYGF

Shillington design students collaborate with NYGF

Category: Design / Print, Events/Exhibitions, Music,

Posted by: Dailey
Posted: Jan 14th 2014
No. of comments: 1

Congrats to Luciana Diehl, Drew Frist, and Amanda Zampelli, three grads from Shillington NYC, who have designed posters that are available for ...

Leeds Print Festival 2014

Leeds Print Festival 2014

Category: Books, Design / Print, Design / Typography, Events/Exhibitions,

Posted by: Ali
Posted: Jan 13th 2014
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The amazing Leeds Print Festival is back for its third consecutive year running. Spanning a week, the festival includes a mix of contemporary and traditional printing with exhibitors such as; Dust, Papercut Bindery, Nomad Press, Print For Good, Ditto and some work from the Graphic Design department at Leeds College of Art.  There is also a series of prin...

Typography by Lex Wilson

Typography by Lex Wilson

Category: Design / Typography,

Posted by: Thea
Posted: Jan 8th 2014
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Loving the optical illusions Lex Wilson creates in his typography.  ...

Sushi Food Art

Sushi Food Art

Category: Art,

Posted by: Thea
Posted: Nov 28th 2013
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We've just discovered that one of our Sydney students has been keeping a secret from us - she's actually an incredible food artist! Her bento creations are out of this world.  ...

Google Autocomplete Sexism Campaign

Google Autocomplete Sexism Campaign

Category: Advertising,

Posted by: Thea
Posted: Nov 13th 2013
No. of comments: 1

A seriously powerful advertising campaign from Ogilvy & Mather Dubai using real searches from Google's autocomplete function. Think it couldn't possibly be real? Type "women shouldn't" into Google and see the scary results for yourself...

Project Fifty

Project Fifty

Category: Events/Exhibitions,

Posted by: Thea
Posted: Nov 12th 2013
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We're a big fan of Little White Lies here, so we're pretty excited to head over to Project Fifty, a print exhibition celebrating their fiftieth issue. They'll be showcasing the 50 original pieces created for the magazine - there'll even be a chance to bu...

The Fox Is Black

The Fox Is Black

Category: Blogs,

Posted by: Luke Jones
Posted: Nov 11th 2013
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The Fox Is Black is a very informative design blog which is run by designer Bobby Solomon in LA. Alongside up to date critiques on various current design projects, the blog also has a number of fun features, such as the Desktop Wallpaper project, where designers are encouraged to submit bespoke desktop wallpaper; the Re-Covered Books Contest, where people submit re-imagined book covers; and some f...

Pop-Up Typography Emporium – London

Pop-Up Typography Emporium – London

Category: Design / Typography, Events/Exhibitions,

Posted by: Lana
Posted: Nov 8th 2013
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Do you love typography? Are you in London? Yes? Well then, you'll want to head down to The Chocolate Factory to check out an amazing market inspired totally by typography! Type Tasting presents the second installment of the Pop-Up Typography Emporium. Come along to...