RollerCoaster Tycoon: A Timeless Design ~ Design Doc

Roller Coaster Tycoon is an all-time classic. It holds up incredibly well today even after 20 years of advancements in game design. And like so many other gaming classics, it’s been remade, copied, mobilized, revived, and had spiritual successors, all with the same basic idea, but with wildly different results. Let’s take a tour of Roller Coaster Tycoon, its sequels, and some of its competitors, and see what made the design of the original work so well, and how the

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Why Design Matters

Design is the posh word for thinking a lot about how stuff looks A designed object is one whose makers worked long and hard to get it just right Most of the world has sadly not been well designed, it’s full of office towers, door handles, bed, lamps, and plates, that have been deeply unloved and were thrown together in a hurry by untalented people When many people around the world lack the bare necessities, it can be tempting to

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Powerpoint Text Art tutorial: Create beautiful typography in seconds

In this video, we are going to see how to convert this sentence into a nice-looking slide like this. This is typically called typographic art or text art I’m not suggesting that you do it for every slide, but slides which are high significance – when we are showing some important concept – it is worth taking that effort. And trust me the effort is not much. So let’s get started. First of all, I want to break the sentence

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About University of the Arts London | UAL

Everybody here is so different and everyone is from all over the world. London is very much an international city, so you get to meet a lot of different creative people. You get to experience lots of different cultures and things. You’re never bored in London, there is so much inspiration everywhere. The art scene is one of the best in the world. I’ve met so many amazing talented, creative students and I just feel quite privileged that I got

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Kask Boyama Bölüm 2 | Maskeleme, Astar, Boya

We cleaned the helmet after sanding And when we were sure that everything is okay, we applied the masking process Our purpose here is that the sponges or the plastics in the helmet shouldn’t be painted We have to protect the other parts from the paint with that mask tape Now its time for the primer After primer we‘ll grind the paint Finally we are gonna control everything and we‘ll make the first layer of the surface Why are we

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17 Responsive Web Design Trends You NEED to know in 2017

Hey everybody. Daniel here and we’ve got 17 Responsive Design Trends that’s going to shape your 2017 and well beyond. Designers working on web projects face a ton of challenges this year. They have to make products that work across a variety of devices, are engaging, and appeal to a global audience. Speaking of which, that audience is more tech savvy and design literate than ever before and expect a seamless experience on all of their devices. It’s more important

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How to Design a Print Portfolio

– Hi guys, I’ve gotten a lot of questions asking me to talk about it so this video is all about print portfolios. A print portfolio is a printed out version of your portfolio, obviously that you can bring to your portfolio reviews and interviews. These days a lot of people just bring iPads or other tablets to interviews to show off their work. But you should probably also have your portfolio printed out just in case today is the

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Architect’s hands: how can we design better streets | Evelina Ozola | TEDxRiga

Translator: Ilze Garda Reviewer: Denise RQ For a very long time, we have believed that the hand of an architect should look like this. It is known that architects are smart and sophisticated. They always wear black, and they know better than anyone else how our cities should function. They build models, and they look at them from above. An architect’s hand is like the hand of God. This particular hand belongs to Le Corbusier, and in this iconic photo,

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Textile Artist Sews Story of Race in America | KQED Arts

The history and the roots of slavery in the South is strong within my work. When I was diving into this practice of using the sewing machine, I wanted to figure out how to take these symbols and bring it into the conversation of cotton, in which we were brought here for, and reclaiming that material. I am a multidisciplinary artist from North Carolina, Greensboro. Made my way out to California about six years ago. – How you doin’? –

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RoseArt Graphic Skinz Design Studio | Fab or Fail

-Hi, guys! It’s Brooklyn and Bailey, and today we’re going to be doing a new type of video series called “Fab or Fail.” And we’re going to be reviewing products and stuff that you guys suggest– -Exactly. – — or that we decide to do. And we’re going to be giving it a rate on our “Fab or Fail” scale. And our scale is 1 to 10, 1 being an absolute fail, and a 10 being an absolute fab. And

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