Taking photos of architecture is not always as straight forward as it might seem, not when you want to use those images in an architecture courses, for example. It comes with a few challenges, especially when those photos have to convey a very specific message.
Designing information is quite a job! You have the client's vision, you have your employer's vision and you juggle with both while trying to top it off with some design principles and standards that made you love your job in the first place. But what about your target audience? What about its rights to access and understand the information being communicated?
Are you thinking about launching a new website, or maybe revisiting your current one? Before jumping ahead and search for your ideal partner to support you in the project, make sure to go through these 3 steps and thus ensure a happy-ending story.
Space! The final frontier… of design. These are the voyages of your laborious enterprise. Your continuing mission: to explore new dimensions, to seek out new layouts and new arrangements, to boldly go where no designer has gone before…
Do semantics have anything to do with this? should have been the actual title of this post... Fishy? Keep reading, you will understand what I mean. This adventure all started with one simple question: Why do so many disagreements stem from the interpretation of words?