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January 7, 2021

Immerse yourself in NASA’s VR tour of Kennedy’s Launch Pad 39B

A virtual-reality video from NASA lets you explore the Kennedy Space Center’s Launch Pad 39B, which is gearing up for the next moon missions.
Source: Digital Trends VR

January 7, 2021

Wealth Management UI/UX Concept

Wealth Management UI/UX ConceptAoiroStudio01.06.21

Seeing a slight shift of designers getting into fintech, financial services, and wealth management. It’s a complex area to traverse knowing that the reasoning behind the business has been hereabouts for a long-time. There are definitely things to learn and to impose to keep bringing design close to the table. With that said, knowing the target audience is super key in terms of defining the experience, I kind of digging this concept by Artem Badbrother Pravda who is a product designer based in Kyiv, Ukraine. Aside from the monochrome UI with an accent color, I like how he defines the grid with borderless sections with an approach with ‘blocks’. It’s kind of neat!

Esbram is a new wave brokerage & new tech financial service for wealth management and investment. The platform includes robo-advisor that provides financial advice and offers portfolio management services.


Source: Abduzeedo UI/UX

January 5, 2021

Delicious Ramen Illustrations by Stephan Lorse

Delicious Ramen Illustrations by Stephan LorseAoiroStudio01.04.21

Ramen. You may be addicted to it, have tried it, or simply heard of it… come on it’s 2021, and pretty sure everyone knows about ramen, the highest and most important meal from Japan but every country has its own interpretation of this delicious noodles bowl. Same in design, everyone has their own take on it whatever it is photography, 3D design, or even typography. What’s most satisfying to me is how ramen gets alive through illustrations.

Let me introduce you to Stephan Lorse, an illustrator based in Hamburg, Germany. He grew up in a small village near the border to Luxembourg, surrounded by forest, meadows, and farmland. In 2011, he graduated from art school (htk) in Hamburg. After 3 years of working in advertising as an Art Director, he finally quit his job to draw a comic book and decided to take the opportunity to become a full-time freelance illustrator. Learn more about him via his website.




Source: Abduzeedo Illustration

January 5, 2021

Lockdown Typography by Nishit Shah15

Lockdown Typography by Nishit Shah15AoiroStudio01.04.21

With the new year, the lockdown is still a topic on every mouth, stay home they say, keep distance they ask, and wear your mask they required. But once your home thing we take for granted are things you depend on, seeing your loved ones, giving a hug or kisses. Living in isolation is something we all have to learn to adapt to, making sure we have enough movies, entertainment, to have a better appreciation towards foods, living to the minimum, and take time to another aspect. It is hard but manageable, hope you all hanging in there, we will hug each other again. This typography series with illustration from Nishit Shah15 really recall our present situation. Have a look closer look and take your time to see the details. Time, that’s all we have right?

Nishit Shah15 is a freelance graphic designer from Mumbai, he loves to create visually and appealing designs. He has a strong attention for branding and passionate to deliver beautiful illustrations. Make sure to check out this work on Dribbble and give him a follow on Instagram.


Source: Abduzeedo Illustration

January 1, 2021

What Are the 10 Most Streamed Movies of 2020?

2020 was a year where we had a lot of time to watch movies…

This was a wild year for cinema. We had to spend most of it streaming at home, and the choices were all over the place. Well, JustWatch, an international streaming guide, compiled a list of what people were streaming the most this year.

Check it out.

Credit: Justwatch

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Source: NoFilmSchool

January 1, 2021

Are We All Just Content Creators Now?

I went to film school because I wanted to see my name in lights. Now it’s online.

What was the first experience that made you want to work in Hollywood? For me, it was watching movies in theaters as a kid and using my parents’ camcorder to tell my own stories when I got back home. Those trips to the theater inspired me to watch my own stuff on the big screen.

I had the first opportunity to do that when I was in college, working at The State Theatre. I made friends with the projectionist who used to let me put my short films up there between movies. Those movies sucked, but they let me fulfill a dream and propelled me to Hollywood, where my next big-screen experience would be at SXSW. I saw my movie, Shovel Buddies, debut for a thousand people.

It was a dream come true.

But that movie didn’t stay in theaters. In fact, that was the last time it showed in one.

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Source: NoFilmSchool

December 31, 2020

2020 Was the Year of the Camera. Let's Rank Them

Let’s take a look back at some of the cameras released this year.

Pandemic aside, 2020 saw a surprising number of new cameras. It reminded us a lot of 2015 when it seemed like every manufacturer was releasing some form of an APS-C full-HD camera until the Sony a7S II came along in October. Now, when it comes to hybrid technology, 4K UHD is standard among other desired specs including full-frame, internal 10-bit 4:2:2, Log or RAW recording, dual card slots, autofocus, and in-body image stabilization. Frame rates vary, but 4K 60p is what users want alongside options for 120p and even 240p.

And it wasn’t just the mirrorless market that made a splash. We saw Sony, Canon, RED, Panasonic, and Blackmagic release dedicated video cameras that grabbed our attention, too. So let’s rank them.

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Source: NoFilmSchool

December 31, 2020

The Movies and Shows You HAVE to See from 2020

What were your favorite movies and shows of 2020?

This year in movies has been super weird. COVID-19 made it weird. It’s a real weird time.

But just because movie releases were delayed and film and TV production came to a grinding halt for much of the year, that doesn’t mean that some exceptional gems didn’t manage to will themselves into existence.

Here are the No Film School staff’s favorite movies and shows of 2020, the absolute weirdest year in entertainment in recent memory.

Bad Boys for Life, dir. Bilall Fallah and Adil El Arbi

This was the last movie I saw in theaters before everything shut down in Los Angeles. I was unable to see it right away when it came out in January, but it stuck around because it was a fun and exciting conclusion to the Bad Boys saga. It has a lot of heart, and fittingly should be remembered as something great that happened in 2020.—Jason

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Source: NoFilmSchool

December 31, 2020

Technology We Want to See in 2021

2021 is coming…and with it, a whole lot of tech.

What a year. 2020 is finally nearing an end. And the biggest piece of technology we are all hoping for, a vaccine, is getting approved and rolled out worldwide, which means that production, which has already restarted in a limited capacity, could be back in full swing by the summer of ’21.

Along with that, there are a few tech dreams we are hoping play out by the end of next year.

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Source: NoFilmSchool

December 30, 2020

Typorigami Calendar 2021 by De-form.hu

Typorigami Calendar 2021 by De-form.huabduzeedo12.30.20

De-form.hu shared an incredible printed calendar for 2021 titled Typorigami Calendar 2021. The name says it all, it mixes typography and origami. De-form designers shared a bit of the motivation behind the design saying that this year all of us have struggled a lot with Covid-19. In many people’s lives, the pandemic caused a lack of work, financial issues, physical or mental health problems, or total social isolation. “We try to be optimistic but know, we should be patient in this situation. Every year we design a calendar and try to reflect on the exact months, but now we really don’t know what will happen next year.”

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  • de-form.hu/2021
  • Printed on PERGRAPHICA®
  • High White Rough 90 g/m2
  • Produced by Mondi
  • Sponsored by Europapier

Available at de-form.hu/2021

Source: Abduzeedo Editorial Design