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Brother releases ink-free colour label printer
The app-controlled VC-500W label printer with ZINK technology prints labels with customised size, length and design.
Hands-on review: Visme transforms you into a graphical presentation guru
In my teaching days I studied and taught the principles of design. I’m no expert, by any means, and experience has told me that just about every principle you learn is made to be bent or even broken.
To bezel or notch to bezel - the evolution of smartphones
Futuresource Consulting reflects on the smartphone design trends of 2018 and what might be coming through the coming year.
How virtual reality is making people more human-centric
Most people are connected to one device or another throughout the day, and many have speculated that being more connected has made us more alone.
45% of smartphones will use full-screen designs in 2018 - Research
Expect more notches, under-display fingerprint readers and camera integration to apps as bezels begin to fade away.
Insite’s new laptop may be the most versatile PC on the market
This laptop is perfect for both gamers and design professionals...
Max 2017: Adobe Creative Cloud gets a refresh
Some of the applications that received updates and new features include Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and Premiere Pro.
Max 2017: Adobe unveils four new apps for Creative Cloud
Adobe says it is the biggest lineup of new creative applications since the launch of creative cloud five years ago.
Expanding the C-suite: Why customers need a seat at the table
Yet, as with everything conceptual, there are wide-ranging views of what human-centred design actually means.
Kiwi media design project, Girls in Games, celebrates its 5th birthday
The project introduces young women to creating simple 2D or 3D games using GameMaker...
Good Design Australia: Zebra Technologies wins award for DS3600-series scanner
This year, a jury consisting of 35 international design experts assessed 244 shortlisted entries from around the world.
Brother celebrates flurry of honours at recent iF Design Awards
For the tenth consecutive year, the company took out top honours for the appearance, functionality and environmental performance of its products.
Making design thinking an ‘always-on activity’
When operated as a continuous routine process with your customers, design learning cycles will help inform your fundamental business strategy.
What does a kitchen redesign have in common with data center planning?
Typical challenges found in poor kitchen designs seem to mirror those found in data center designs
Simplicity to dominate visual trends in 2017, says Adobe
"2016 was a year filled with digital chaos, distraction and uncertainty. This year, the world is ready for simplicity and truth."
Adobe's trend predictions brings gender roles and diversity to the forefront
“And shining a spotlight on female creators and subjects will highlight gender roles and diversity for completely new perspectives in 2017.”
Adobe Creative Cloud applications receive major updates
We summarise the changes made yesterday to Adobe's collection of design tools.
Design thinking lies at the corner of risk management and innovation
Right now, businesses of all shapes and sizes are struggling to find the next disruptive, digital idea that will lead to exponential growth & profits.
Sneak peaks of Adobe’s newest tools and features
The Sneaks session at this years’ MAX creative conference put the spotlight on some of the latest innovations from the company.
NZ's best digital designers announced
It’s official, the digital interactive winners of the New Zealand 2014 Best Design Awards have been announced at an awards ceremony at the Viaduct Events Centre in Auckland just tonight.
Android App Review: InstaFontMaker
InstaFontMaker is a typeface design app available in free and premium versions. It is about as good as you could expect a type design app for your phone to be, which is not necessarily the insult it sounds like.
NowNet to help SMBs access the best of the web
New company keen to help small businesses achieve growth online using modern tech tools.
Quantity or quality?
Increasing website traffic is one thing, but how do you turn that traffic into sales?