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This post was originally published on this site Washington Post — Technology Several people who own Amazon Echo speakers have reported a strange bug: The Alexa voice assistant has been laughing for apparently no reason. Some users on Twitter and Reddit say the outbursts have been entirely spontaneous. Others have said that
Taking his turn at one of the most highly regarded mural walls in the United States, Banksy (or Borf on his behalf, as mentioned in some media) decided to paint an explicit, politically charged piece. With almost no references to his previous or recognizable work, without any hidden messages or beating around the bush, he revealed the new piece on his official Instagram:
German-born, Tschichold is one of the most outstanding and influential typographers of the 20th century, He cleared away the old typography of pre-1925 and made room for a modern, structured and regulated new typography. His work is characterised by rigorous structure, asymmetrical placement of contrasting elements, and layouts based on horizontal and vertical underlying grids.
The Bezier Curve is the mathematics behind the “Pen Tool” a graphic designer’s primary drawing tool. A Bezier Curve is a curved line in which its shape is defined by a mathematical equation. They are used in vector applications such as Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop as well as InDesign and Quark Express. It consists of two anchor points and levers that control the angle at which the curves leaves the end points. Without Bezier curves it would be almost impossible to produce the multitude of unique and beautiful designs.
Paul Rand, was a seminal figure in graphic design who made innovative visual identities for some of America’s major corporations and book and magazine publishers
We all have seen the designs of Paul Rand at some stage of our lives. He had a career spanning nearly seven decades. There is the seminal logo for IBM and the logo for ABC. There is the Westinghouse logo, the logo for NeXT computers. There are posters and packaging, book covers, record covers and a multitude of magazine covers.
Jonathan Knowles is a photographer. To realize his project entitled “Slime”, he was inspired by the surrealist world of Salvador Dali. It has given life to a gooey texture by moving it into unique environments. The slime is always in motion and explores its own space by continually adopting different moods and forms.
Colour, the indispensable tool of designers worldwide can also help you organise everything from the office to the home.
From time to time we all have a difficult time organising some important part of our lives — our filing cabinets, our schedules, email, or any number of elements at home or at work.
Colour may be the solution! Organising with colour can help streamline your routine, improve your productivity and save time. Colour coded systems of organising are up to four times faster than conventional methods. As a result colour coding will make your job and lives easier, decrease stress and increase our self-confidence.
I am feeling nostalgic for the humble pencil. There is a comfort and warm familiarity whenever I pick one up (rarely these days). Pencils are inexpensive, portable, simple to operate and the marks that they make are easy to erase. Unlike other writing tools, they do not run out of ink or skip.