There have been many innovations in the world of graphic design that have made our lives more interesting. These innovations were once a new thing for viewers, but now we are so accustomed to seeing them around us that they don’t seem new any more.
Innovations are always welcome, because we all like new things. Graphic Design used to be a simple thing, but now with advancements in techniques and practices, these innovations are making advertising and marketing more catchy.
Julia Sagar is talking about design innovations in this interesting content:
Is there a formula for design innovation?
By Julia Sagar September 17, 2014 Graphic design
Fahrenheit 212’s Todd Rovak explains how to transform your design practice with a simple strategy.
What’s the first thing you do when you receive a new design brief? If it involves sitting down with your team and bouncing initial ideas around, you’re doing it wrong.
That’s according to Todd Rovak, managing partner of Fahrenheit 212, who explained his ideas to a receptive audience on the last day of Goa-based design conference Kyoorius Designyatra 2014.
Rovak believes that innovation is a discipline that can be transformed from a random event into a predictable, scalable exercise – and he has a track record to prove it. Since joining the firm in 2009, he’s masterminded successful projects across a wide array of industries, including financial serves, consumer electronics, technology and retail, leading to him becoming the firm’s youngest parter in 2011.
Design innovation in Graphic Design will always make room for new and latest trends in times to come. Katie Treggiden has given a look at London Design Festival 2016 in this post:
LDF16: Design Innovation at 100% Design, Brompton & the V&A
10.06.16 Posted by Katie Treggiden
We started our explorations of the London Design Festival in the West of London, taking in the Victoria and Albert Museum, the Brompton Design District and 100% Design. Highlights from the latter included an installation (above) by Israeli designer and architect Ron Arad for LG Display made of OLED light panels.
Another highlight was the Boxy Armchair chair, by Italian brand Fikissimo, designed for outdoor use, made of welded iron mesh and aged concrete armrests.
World Economic Forum has uploaded this video with William McDonough talking about Design Innovation. Let us take a look:
Some amazing design innovations like Perforated Window Vinyl once used to be a new thing, but now they are seen everywhere.