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Sit back, relax, and enjoy shouting out the names of all the designers featured in this teaser film for the new Design Museum in London, opening in November 2016.
Colour science experts X-Rite and its more well known subsidiary Pantone have announced the release of the Appearance Exchange Format (AxF), a new file for the full communication of material visual appearance.
A vendor-neutral format, AxF claims to provide a standard way to store and share all relevant appearance data - colour, texture, gloss, refraction, translucency, special effects (sparkles) and reflection properties - across PLM, CAD, and state-of-the art rendering applications within in a single, editable file in order to improve the virtualisation process.
The file supports all materials, from special-effects paints, leather, plastics, fabrics, wood, and brushed metals.
With advice from 15 varied designers from multiple industries like Laura Klein, Kate Rutter, Andy Budd, and Cindy Alvarez, this lightening fast blitz through the world of good user experience design for displays and more also drops in some career advice.
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Sheffield Design Week uncovers the rich design heritage and future in one of the UK’s most creative northern cities.
Taking place annually, this week long festival plays host to an array of local, regional, national and international design, architectural and creative names with an exciting programme, including exhibitions, workshops, talks, design conferences, installations, product launches, open studios and walking trails.
The week’s worth of activity will join together venues across Sheffield and beyond in the 2016 celebration, with this weekend’s highlights coming from talks at My Fathers Heart (featuring Anwar Studio and Dwiss), seeking out the various mini pavilions across the city, before wrapping up the experience with a visit to the Made in Sheffield exhibition at the Millennium Gallery, showcasing the internationally-renowned making and manufacture that takes place in the city.