Belfast Agency Bluecube have done a great job on the new Bewleys site.
Next to his desk, you notice the shelves with artwork of the various campaigns he's working on. A small bar with liquor bottles from the era stands at the ready. But what really catches your eye is the coat rack. Draper's signature hat rests on it, as does an overcoat. The effect is uncanny. It's as if he just walked out of the office a second ago.
Not sure I like the sound of this.
Is this an mobile/tablet future idea or did they realise that the
google operating system might one day use this strategy?
Advertising in operating systems = bad Read the full story on ipwatchdog.com
@kidcamel just sent this to me, mmm beautiful site.
(There will be an official job posting in the usual places in time)
Someone with an ego as big as mine.
Someone desperate to make their mark on the world.
And desperate for recognition of their talent and individuality.
Someone who designs because they simply have to.
Someone who couldn’t live without an outlet for their creativity.
Someone who has something to prove to themselves and to their peers.
Someone who wants their name spoken about and revered.
Someone who thrives on pressure to perform.
Someone who sees every brief as an opportunity to show off their skills.
Someone with a passion for photography, typography, illustration, film, and writing.
Someone who is highly motivated.
Someone who will make us look good.
And most importantly, someone who is a genuine, decent, friendly, collaborative person.
Because without that, everything else becomes irrelevant.
There seems to be this idea going around that usability testing is bad, or that the cool kids don’t do it. That it’s old skool. That designers don’t need to do it. What if I told you that usability testing is the hottest thing in experience design research? Every time a person has a great experience with a website, a web app, a gadget, or a service, it’s because a design team made excellent decisions about both design and implementation—decisions based on data about how people use designs. And how can you get that data? Usability testing.