Interview with type designer Khajag Apelian, who studied at KABK (Royal Academy of Art, the Hague). Having started his career studying under some of the best typographic minds in the world, Khajag Apelian not only is a talented type and graphic designer, unsurprisingly, but also counts Disney as a client, as well as a number of local and not-for-profit organizations throughout the Middle East.
TUZZit is a online collaborative whiteboard that will help you to develop your creativity. It's the perfect tool for visual and design thinking. Through our canvas library learn new visual methodolgies.
Where's Business Intelligence going? As anyone working with data these days knows, there is a massive wave of innovation in analytics today. Hundreds of companies from startups to Amazon and Google are making breakthroughs. In the best spirit of innovation they are building on each other's work to make astounding progress on new concepts like NoSQL databases and cloud data warehouses.
LONDON, United Kingdom — “I think PCs are going to be like trucks. Less people will need them.” So said the late Steve Jobs, just after the debut of Apple’s first generation iPad, three years ago. He was right. Today, we inhabit what Jobs called the “post-PC era.” Sales of smartphones and tablet computers have surpassed sales of laptops and desktops, while earlier this year, social giant Facebook announced that, for the first time, it had more active mobile users (680 million) than desktop users. What’s more, in her latest “Internet Trends” report, the legendary Mary Meeker, a former Wall … More
Krautscape is an action-packed racing game with bird-like flying cars, focused on competitive multiplayer gameplay. Krautscape is currently available on Steam Early Access, for Mac and PC. A Linux version is coming soon.
A collaboration between historians, text mining, and information visualisation researchers has thrown up new insight into the hunger for sugar, coffee and rubber in the 19th century, as well as how fat became a worldwide commodity.
The graphics, created by the Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security Group, explain the state of agriculture at a different point in time - the first at how climate change is impacting the world today, then at the predictions for 2030 and 2050.