In this lecture explore how a probability formula from an 18th century Mathematician parallels the graphic design process. Throughout I touch on concepts of objectivity, subjectivity, and how to negotiate the designer-client relationship in terms of revisions and dealing with feedback.
In this episode, I cover how transformations can save you time, and retain editability on your designs.
In this lecture I attempt to draw connections through many different concepts and disciplines in a detailed breakdown of how everything we subjectively like as a culture can be objectively measured and broken down into numbers. This is part 3 which elaborates on how simple ratios can be seen and utilized in graphic design as a short cut to effective layouts and color choices.
In this tutorial I cover how to use the rename objects function to quickly and efficiently clean up the names of objects in your scene.