“The pixel is the fundamental unit of digital imaging, a square representation of a single color. Pixels are always the same size, and always arranged in orderly grids. This project looks at what happens when you change these universally agreed upon standards. More broadly, I’m interested in how the construction of digital images alters our perceptions of reality. Does computer-mediated vision change how we see without computers?”
A very inspiring talk from LIFT Conference 2012, James Bridle on New Aesthetic and robot storytelling.
Weapons Of Self Destruction
How to make fun of SXSW, THE PRO WAY.
Joshua Topolsky tours Microsoft’s model shop with user experience designer Karsten Aagaard.
Don’t mess with the frog!
How the web works? Turns out that the fundamental principles that led to the success of the web will lead you there, too. Drawing on 15 years of web design and development experience, Jeff will take you on a guided tour of what makes things work on this amazing platform we’re all building together. You’ll learn how to stop selling ice, why web browsers work the way they do, and where Rupert Murdoch can put his business model.