This incredible concept app… concappt, is the amazing brainchild of Greg Goralski. It uses computer vision to turn initial scamps into interactive wireframes with functional buttons, maps and other features.
This could be a quick and amazing tool to bring ideas to life before they even get to see dev or design.
I think this is an amazing idea that could really help the realisation of ideas as well as the initial sell. However, they still need your help. The project is still looking for backers through KickStarter. So what are you waiting for!
This is a great idea with some beautiful design to back it up. Removie Posters are redesigned movie posters with one letter missing. Here are a few of my faves:
As much as I’ve heard people bang on about 3D printing, nothing has quite hit home like this inspirational video from Shapeways.
What is the future of creativity, manufacturing, and design? How is the Shapeways community and 3D printing enabling everyone to make their ideas real?
This film portrays how the Shapeways 3D printing community and marketplace is enabling everyone to be a creator. All you need is an idea and an Internet connection.
You may well be familiar with OnlineSchools’ pant wettingly staggering stats, as well as some sadening revelations:
But Alex Trimpe’s has animated the grave and graphical information into a lovely little video that people can share on… well… facebook I supppose.
The World Is Obsessed With Facebook
I guess it’s only appropriate: facebook.com/alextrimpe
Thanks to onlineschools.org for serving as inspiration and providing the data through “Obsessed With Facebook”
An informational motion graphics piece by Alex Trimpe
Music by RJD2
Created in Adobe After Effects at The Columbus College of Art & Design (CCAD) for class.
This lovely game, by graphic design company wefail, combines beautiful graphics, simple platforming game play and beautiful atmospheric, integrated and comical music to create one of the nicest online games I have had the pleasure to experience.
I have only started my adventure in the world of the Hipster and although a little sluggish on my current machine, it has not distracted from the lovely almost muppet animation and what is seeming to be a nice little story line to boot. The only thing I am yet to work out, is whether it’s a German title or they actually want that adorable little Hipster dead.
If there is anything I love most in the world… it’s beer. But second to that is Robots. And this morning an enormous octobot descended on Trafalgar Square to project 3D messages into the night sky.
The project, by German designers Clemens Weisshaar and Reed Kramand, was constructed to open the London Design Festival which will be running until the 26th of September.
Users can input their own words of wisdom here, and I’ll give £10 for the first man (or woman) to get Randude projected into the sky.
This is a great piece of design, packaging and concept. Not even sure if it’s real, but if it is… I may have to buy the phone just for the manual. After learning how to use every aspect of the phone, I’d probably turn my mobile into cash (or Wonga) through Envirophone.
Most phones come with flimsy manuals with complicated language and jargon. These books, which can live on a bookshelf actually contain the phone.
Each page reveals the elements of the phone in the right order, helping the user to set up the sim card, the battery and even slide the case onto the phone.
The second book is the main manual – the phone actually slots into this and becomes the center of attention.
Arrows point to the exact locations the user should press, avoiding confusion and eliminating the feeling of being lost in a menu.
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