Short story long- (some might have seen this “story already” 😉
So I was up late last night and thought i would like to have an Inglewood shirt, googled around and came across teespring (which still didn’t have any) and started playing around with the “shirt maker” feature and this kinda just happened!? I started with text only, then i tried “putting a bird on it”, then i put some trees growing off it, then i saw a plank, which (short story, long) led me to the log.
BOOM DONE. Staying up late ftw!
It kinda sucks cause i gotta still pay full price for one!? 😛
Here’s the link! https://teespring.com/inglewoodtn
Oh, and there’s a Brent”wood” version too!
My UX prototype walkthrough
I am wrapping up my UX & UI class at Nashville Software School, and as part of my portfolio/presentation I made a few videos of my low fidelity prototype for my “solution” to an issue close to a family friends heart: easier access to accessible seating tickets. I am calling the add-on “AccessAble” and what it aims to do is to minimize the need to call in to ticket providers to get handicap/accessible seating and to provide the same all digital sales track for this community of people.
I’ll be elaborating on this later on here, so I’ll leave it at that, but I do believe that this functionality could really be a great service to these folks.
Here’s the regular speed version if you are curious. I also made a vertical version for the mobile phone people out there. 😉
I am a high end photography retoucher. Every couple years Adobe releases a refreshed and amazing new tool, chock full of terrific and mind-boggling ways of getting things done in the worlds of photography, design, and meme-generation. They call it Photoshop. Well with Adobe Photoshop CS6, there are a smattering of new features that aim to make my job more “button click-y” than “skilled work-y.” I’m sure I’m just exaggerating a bit here, as this kind of hysterical, rediculous rhetoric has been thrown around with pretty much every PS release (see “internet comments” on the “internet”), but THIS time “blah blah blah…” 😉
I’m sure I’ll still be able to skillfully remove tattoos, carefully sculpt a jawline or lovehandle, blissfully extend an image 4″ to the left (right, ANNNND bottom), and patiently even out pocked/acne-d/razor-burned flesh tones as per usual… Right?
Content-aware “move”? Gotta love it…
Hey guys and gals!
I finished the magazine I have been working on commemorating the “These Small Things” exhibit that I had a couple months back at Blend Studio in the Nashville Arcade. I am SO PROUD of the kids and hope that you check it out! The magazines are printed through MagCloud and I am really happy with the quality, turnaround, and the company as a whole!
From the original Press Release:
“Featuring new works by Eric Denton, Haddie Salchow, Ethan Howard, Caroline Howard, and Chad Gocking; the show is curated by all participants, and showcases the variety of styles amongst the participants.”