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A few links for you. Don’t look at them now though, you should be preparing your presentation. No really, off you go, start writing your presentation. Start with a storyboard. Block in the beginning and end comments and list out what work you want to show. Then fill in the gaps. Remember to keep it snappy and simple.
Then you can go look at these links.
- Communication Arts has a list of “50 essential bookmarks”. Check them out and see if you agree.
- Coroflot has some cool infographics based on their data from a design salary survey. You want to know where the money is?
- The pic above is from GeoGreetings. It’s building typography. Type in a word and it displays using images from Googlearth.
- Adobe has announced its call for entries to the Adobe Design Achievement Awards. The program honors the most talented and promising student designers, photographers, illustrators, animators and digital filmmakers from the world’s top design, film, interactive and Web higher education programs. First prize is US$5000 and a trip to San Francisco.
- GigPosters is a collection of really nice band posters. You can buy a lot of them too.
- MOMA has an interesting interactive piece on the different types of ways to make a print. There are explanations of woodcut, lithography, screenprinting and etching. MOMA is in New York. Did someone say New York? Woo hoo.
- Now this is cool. Pandora radio plays streaming radio of songs based on the musical style of your favourite artist. Just type in the artist name and it searches for songs in a similar style. It’s by the people that did the The Music Genome Project. They say they just want to help you find new music that you will love.