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April 10, 2017

Photography: GRVTY Series by Daniel Garay Arango

Photography: GRVTY Series by Daniel Garay Arango

Let’s start off the week with a photography series named: GRVTY by Daniel Garay Arango. What’s particular about this series is the tone and also the extra mile that Daniel took really make it stand out even more from what we’ve seen around. It will definitely be interesting to see his process from start to finish but what I can see here is a mixture of photography and photoshop. It’s really architectural project to a whole new level.

Published via Behance is the work from Daniel Garay Arango who is a photographer based in Bogotá, Colombia. There isn’t much more information about Daniel but you should definitely give him a follow on Behance and Instagram.

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AoiroStudio
Apr 10, 2017

Source: Abduzeedo Photography

April 7, 2017

The Daily Chord Weekly Recap – Friday, April 7

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The jump in US music revenues reported last Friday reverberated through the stories shared in SXSW’s Daily Chord this week. Spotify announced licensing deals and hinted at going public without an IPO. Pundits are certain that artificial intelligence will fuel a music boom. Joan Baez and Sleaford Mods offered perspectives on protest music. The Daily Chord keeps tabs on business and creative developments in the music world by providing a handful of significant links each weekday. Shoot us your email address and we’ll shoot back our email newsletter.


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Source: SxSW Music

April 7, 2017

Interaction Design & UI/UX: Fit Me. Personal Fitness Coach

Interaction Design & UI/UX: Fit Me. Personal Fitness Coach

We are looking at the interaction design of a personal fitness coach mobile app named: FitMe. Designed by Catherine Wang, what’s totally selling me to her concept is for starters the colour palette that is keeping people motivated with a sparking red as the main colour. You’ll notice the UI has a tiny resemblance to the Apple Watch UI, it express a nice flair for the least. I also liked the profile aspect of her concept that showcases your progress and achievements. Check it out!

Published via Behance is the work from Catherine Wang who is a web designer working at Apple. Focusing her work into UI/UX, web design and graphic design; it’s great to see Catherine keeping it busy with mobile app concepts where everything is well detailed.

FitMe is a professional personal fitness mobile app tailored for female in different needs. Every feature is designed for users to approach the goal of keeping fit.

Interaction Design & UI/UX: Fit Me. Personal Fitness Coach

 

AoiroStudio
Apr 07, 2017

Source: Abduzeedo UI/UX

April 6, 2017

Illustration: The Work from Christian Orrillo

Illustration: The Work from Christian Orrillo

Let’s take a look at the stunning illustration work from Christian Orrillo who is a self-taught digital artist based in Santiago, Chile. Focusing his work also into painting, I loved that he decided to focus on contemporary art but with a colourful twist. There isn’t much more information about Christian but you’ll notice that his work is based around pastel colour palette and it’s quite amazing.

My favourite piece from Christian is the Juniper’s, the details for her hair are just so unique. I also appreciate the fact that he will share a before/after so we can somehow understand his process. Definitely worth a follow via his Behance.

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AoiroStudio
Apr 06, 2017

Source: Abduzeedo Illustration

April 5, 2017

Photography: Still Optimist (Pony Mtl x Sid Lee Collective)

Photography: Still Optimist (Pony Mtl x Sid Lee Collective)

We are taking a look at some photography work from LM Chabot for a project entitled: Still Optimist. Published on Behance, this is a collaboration with Ponymtl and Sid Lee Collective. Behind Pony, we have a Montreal-based artist named Gabrielle Laïla Tittley who is releasing a new summer collection called: Still Optimiste. Coming out with a colourful palette of images, I love the avant-garde attention of details and especially when it’s an initiative coming from my hometown. Hope you dig it as well!

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Credits

  • Concept: Gabrielle Laïla Tittley
  • Photography: LM Chabot
  • Set design: Camille Boyer
  • Styling: Melodie Wronski
  • Hair-Makeup and Nails: Valeria Amirova
  • Digital Imaging: Visual Box
  • With the support of Sid Lee Collective

AoiroStudio
Apr 05, 2017

Source: Abduzeedo Photography

April 5, 2017

Interaction Design and UI/UX: Smart Expense App

Interaction Design and UI/UX: Smart Expense App

We are taking a look at this interaction design of an app named: Smart Expense. Designed by Prakhar Neel Sharma, it’s a colourful approach on how you should manage your daily expenses with cute illustrations and graphics to be more familiarize with your finance. I personally liked the “explore” section since it’s giving you a little bit more options within the app. It’s an overall beautiful work but I can’t help to spot the many spelling errors, be careful with that Prakhar!

Published on Behance, this is the work of Prakhar Neel Sharma who is a product designer based in Copenhagen, Denmark. Focusing his work into digital interfaces, everything is all related to the user. His principles are beauty, simplicity and usability.

Interaction Design and UI/UX: Smart Expense App

 

AoiroStudio
Apr 05, 2017

Source: Abduzeedo UI/UX

April 3, 2017

See You Next Year: SXSW 2018 Dates Announced

That’s a wrap on the 2017 SXSW Conference & Festivals! We are so pleased to have shared another incredible event with all the registrants, crew, staff, volunteers, artists, speakers, filmmakers, and the wonderful folks of our hometown, Austin, TX.

Across the 24 programming tracks and emerging trends at the 2017 SXSW Conference, each session presented a snapshot of the most transformative ideas shaping our future from tech industry leaders, filmmakers, rock legends, journalists, entrepreneurs, and more. The SXSW Festivals also provided a unique opportunity to explore the worlds of Interactive, Film, Music, and Comedy with screenings, showcasing acts, networking experiences, and beyond.

From Vice President Joe Biden‘s SXSW Conference session, Garth Brooks’ performance at the SXSW Outdoor Stage, and the world premiere of Terrence Malick’s Song to Song to hundreds of Trade Show exhibitors, SXSW Gaming tournaments, and prestigious award ceremonies – SXSW 2017 was packed with so much to explore, learn, discover, cut a rug to, and leave inspired. We hope you enjoyed each exciting moment.

Now begins the preparation for 2018, and we look forward to seeing you again next year from March 9-18, 2018. Stay tuned for registration information coming later this summer. In the meantime, curb your SXSW withdrawals and relive all the exciting Keynotes, Featured Sessions, screenings, showcases, and more on the SXSW YouTube Channel. Starting in April, full-length videos from Featured Speaker sessions will be released each week on sxsw.com. Plus, catch up on exclusive conversations, red carpet premieres, live performances, and more from our Facebook Live Studio.

As always, stick to SXSW News, Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram for ongoing event recaps and 2018 information – including upcoming dates for 2018 PanelPicker submissions.

On behalf of all of us at the SXSW Conference & Festivals – thank you!

Photo by Shelley Hiam


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April 2, 2017

Watch: How Much Do Continuity Errors Really Matter in a Film?


Editors do their darndest to ensure that there are no errors in continuity, but does it really matter when a few slip through the cracks?


We’ve all seen them, whether it’s Dorothy’s ever-changing hair length in The Wizard of Oz or the already bullet-riddled wall during Pulp Fiction’s “Divine Intervention” scene. Continuity errors are the easter eggs editors unintentionally leave in pretty much every film, but while some find them charming and unobtrusive, others claim these little mistakes are distracting at best and complete film-ruiners at worst.



So, which is it? In this video from Indy Mogul, editor Sven Pape discusses continuity errors, from the effects they have on audiences to what some of the most renowned editors think about them.



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Source: NoFilmSchool

April 1, 2017

RØDE's Brand New Condenser Mic Revolutionizes the Way You Record Your Food


RØDE is redefining the way you record the sizzle of a steak, the clinking of silverware, and the agonizingly obnoxious smacking of the person sitting next to you.


We don’t use the term “game changer” very often, but after catching a glimpse of this new offering from RØDE it seems absolutely necessary. For decades, RØDE has provided excellent and affordable audio solutions for independent filmmakers, including their line of NTG condensers and their budget-friendly VideoMic series, but this new condenser microphone not only follows in that tradition, but it blazes its own revolutionary path at the same time. Meet the FoodMic Pro.





The FoodMic Pro comes packed with revolutionary, game changing features that will revolutionize game changing as we know it. It has a ceramic element, Internal Plate-Valve Technology, infinitely variable gastronomic pick-up patters, and a high-fiber-pass filter. It also comes with a RØDELink TX-XLR for remote plating, as well as a non-stick Jus-Resistant coating. Now, can you think of any other microphone in the world that even comes close to that?

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Source: NoFilmSchool

April 1, 2017

Exploring the Stylish Visuals of Kendrick Lamar's 'Humble' Music Video


The visual effects in rapper/songwriter Kendrick Lamar’s new music video are hot enough to ignite your brain.


Just in case you haven’t noticed, the internet has been buzzing for the last 24 hours about Kendrick Lamar’s new music video for his single “Humble,” and rightfully so. The visual effects in this video directed by Dave Meyers are subtly amazing. Heads on fire, a 360-degree glitchy Last Supper, and what we can only describe as a cross-frame switcheroo effect really have us wondering how it was all done.



Here to offer a few possibilities is editor Justin Odisho— but before we get to that, let’s take a look at Kendrick Lamar’s music video.





Here is Odisho’s take on how a few different visual effects could have been pulled off.





What we love about this breakdown is that even if the techniques mentioned aren’t exactly how the original was done, it doesn’t matter. Odisho basically tells you several ways to pull off some awesome visual effects—ones that usually leave a lot of filmmakers scratching their heads.

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Source: NoFilmSchool