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April 9, 2019

Mobile App Design: NYC Taxi App Concept using Adobe XD

Mobile App Design: NYC Taxi App Concept using Adobe XDAoiroStudioApr 09, 2019

An interesting mobile app design case study by Yaroslav Lozovoi, a UI/UX designer based in Odessa, Ukraine. He shared on Behance about a concept of a NYC Taxi App, we are commonly used to the Uber experience but how about for cab drivers? Following his design process from research to the UI design, he also has done a tremendous job at building the presentation as well. 2 more points on the presentation! On the actual work, I can feel some patterns from Uber but I just love the thinking behind the “advanced search”, it’s intuitive and on point on the user goal. Hope you will like this case study!

Hi mates! Some time ago I worked on a taxi application and was inspired to make my own one. I made some research and interviewed a target audience to be able to create a useful and comfortable product that corresponds to all user’s needs. Advice and opinions are welcome 🙂

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Source: Abduzeedo UI/UX

April 8, 2019

The best Oculus Rift games available today

The Oculus Rift brought back virtual reality and put a modern twist on it. Grab your Touch Controllers, put on your VR headset, and jump into the fun with some of the best Oculus Rift games available now.

The post The best Oculus Rift games available today appeared first on Digital Trends.

Source: Digital Trends VR

April 8, 2019

That 90s Look is Coming Back – Design Across America Brochure

That 90s Look is Coming Back – Design Across America BrochureabduzeedoApr 08, 2019

Melody Yung and Brett Lovelady shared a really awesome graphic design/editorial design project on Behance titled Design Across America. It’s a collection of product design created across America from the folks over at Astro. Melody and Brett say: “At the heart of all of Astro’s design is an American ethos. We recently put together a brochure to highlight projects with stakes all over the US, from Seattle to Detroit to NYC.” – personally I am not very familiar with the product, however, I would love to talk about the design of the brochure and how it could be part of our “That 90s Look is Coming Back” series. It seems to have all the ingredients, I will let you decide. At the heart of all of Astro’s design is an American ethos

Our collaborations with NYC-based American Kennel Club resulted in a smart-dog collar, brand and packaging that’s equally dog and people friendly. With our Seattle-based friends at Prolitec, we created the product, identity, and packaging for Aera, a unique fragrance station for the home. Our work with Detroit’s prolific Shinola led to a suite of power cords, a wall clock based on their bestselling watch, and a turntable (their first foray into the audio space).

90’s Look in Editorial Design

Source: Abduzeedo Editorial Design

April 7, 2019

Army uses modified Microsoft HoloLens 2 for ‘real-life game of Call of Duty’

The U.S. Army gave CNBC an exclusive look at its modified Microsoft HoloLens 2 augmented reality headset. The Integrated Visual Augmentation System, or IVAS, provides various functions for training and combat.

The post Army uses modified Microsoft HoloLens 2 for ‘real-life game of Call of Duty’ appeared first on Digital Trends.

Source: Digital Trends VR

April 7, 2019

Avid Media Composer 2019 Completely Reimagines Their NLE Platform


Avid’s redesigned NLE gets some major updates.


It’s 2019 folks and it’s about damn time that we have a good ol’ fashioned NLE showdown between some of the major players in video editing software.



With updates to the Adobe Creative Cloud kicking off NAB 2019 already, Avid has fired back and shows that they still have some re-imaginative tricks up their sleeve with their new Media Composer 2019.



Let’s take a look at the new updates which include a new customizable interface, the next generation of Avid Media Engine, and new workflows.




Avid’s Pitch for ‘Movie Makers’




Avid’s place in the video editing industry has historically been considered the tool for high end features and video projects with tons of footage. Adobe Premiere Pro and Apple’s Final Cut Pro made inroads early as more intuitive and accessible options for people without “formal” training.



With Avid’s new multi-panelled Media Composer 2019 however, it looks like Avid is going all-in on customization and task-based workflows which looks much more visually appealing and simplified.

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Source: NoFilmSchool

April 7, 2019

Wireless Lens Control Leaps Forward With Teradek's Reveal


Teradek debuts two new devices and an iOS app in their much-anticipated next-generation of wireless lens control.


Two new devices and an iOS app have been announced by Teradek, including the CTRL.3, a three-axis controller and the MDR.X, a compact three-axis smart receiver. Integrated Bluetooth adds additional connectivity between the two. Check out the promo video to get a better idea of what these new tools have to offer:





The CTRL.3 controller offers precision lens mapping, allowing users to store and recall lens maps and display the information in real-time on SmallHD monitors. This is an exclusive integration for Teradek RT and is available on all of the latest SmallHD monitors running OS3.



MDR.X is a fully-featured yet remarkably small and lightweight, camera-agnostic 3-channel receiver featuring integrated Bluetooth and a built-in OLED display. The MDR.X allows for quick configuration and real-time status updates.



From VP Products Greg Smokler:

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Source: NoFilmSchool

April 7, 2019

The C-Series in Your Pocket: Meet the Bumble Bee 25-C LED


Hive Lighting’s new omni-color Bumble Bee 25-C is its most portable LED yet.


If you’re looking for something powerful but portable, Hive Lighting has unveiled a new LED that might pique your interest. The Bumble Bee 25-C is an omni-color LED light that boasts 1500 lumens, full DMX and Smartphone control, and has a tiny 2.5″, 1 lb. form factor.



Not only does the Bumble Bee 25-C use just 25 watts to produce an output comparable to a 150W incandescent, but it is also compatible with thousands of accessories. It also uses Hive Lighting’s Perfect S.H.O.T. control system that allows users to adjust saturation, hue, output, and color temperature. Perfect S.H.O.T. can also be controlled remotely through DMX or the free Hive smartphone app for iOS and Android.

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Source: NoFilmSchool

April 7, 2019

The New BLACKWING7 Custom-Tuned Large Format Lenses from Bradford Young, ASC


Customizable large-format T1.9 cine-primes to suit your tastes.


Perhaps stealing some thunder from the upcoming NAB show, Academy Award-nominated cinematographer Bradford Young, ASC (Selma, Arrival, Solo: A Star Wars Story) and Neil Fanthom (a former executive at ARRI) introduce the new BLACKWING7 cinema primes. The first offering from Young and Fanthom’s new company TRIBE 7, these prime lenses are tuneable and customizable to fit each customer’s needs. Their initial slate of lenses includes 3 distinct lens styles (S, T or X tuned) with 7 lenses each: 27mm, 37m, 47mm, 57mm, 77mm, 107mm, 137mm and all will cover full-frame sensors (such as the new Alexa LF and Alexa LF Mini). Jon Fauer from Film & Digital Times has the inside scoop:



“Every BLACKWING7 lens is hand-built in Germany in cooperation with a long-established and well-respected optical manufacturing firm. A proprietary production tuning process allows the optical performance of each lens in the range to be uniquely configured—tuned or toned— to their owner’s wishes and creative style.” — Film & Digital Times

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Source: NoFilmSchool

April 6, 2019

8 Exciting New Features Coming to Adobe Creative Cloud


Adobe isn’t playing around with their latest update of Creative Cloud.


It’s been a big week for Adobe. We’ve already talked about Premiere Pro‘s upgraded workflow features, including the Freeform Project Panel, as well as After Effects‘ new Expression Editor and its ground-breaking Content-Aware Fill feature.



However, there are so many new developments included in the latest updates in Creative Cloud. So, let’s take a look at what Adobe’s got cookin’ up.



But first, a promo:






Content-Aware Fill


Remove unwanted objects automatically with Content-Aware Fill in After Effects. Formerly Project Cloak, Content-Aware Fill for video is powered by Adobe Sensei and automates the process of removing visual elements like boom mics, signs, logos and even people from footage, saving hours of tedious manual work.






Freeform Project Panel


Organize and storyboard your media in the Freeform Project panel in Premiere Pro: Arrange assets visually and save layouts for shot selects, production tasks, brainstorming story ideas, and assembly edits.



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Source: NoFilmSchool

April 5, 2019

The Daily Chord Weekly Recap – Friday, April 5

SXSW 2019 Daily Chord

The music news this week included the murder of Nipsey Hussle, the release of the 2018 IFPI report, and how hackers are leaking music in 2019. The Daily Chord keeps track of important developments in the culture and business of music and shares six good links each weekday. Join our email list to check out the Chord first.


Monday, April 1


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Friday, April 5

The post The Daily Chord Weekly Recap – Friday, April 5 appeared first on SXSW.

Source: SxSW Music