Architect Justin Smith shares his optimal design workflow for his practice.
“The ease of whipping out my iPad to quickly show an idea has transformed the speed in which we can convey our thoughts.”
Hi Justin, it’s great to meet you. Can you please tell us a bit about yourself? What is your background and what do you do? What are your design goals at Vinyet Architecture?
Graphic Designer Franz Escolastico shares how she creates unique brand and web solutions for clients.
“All of my clients have different preferences when it comes to their brand…. I always make sure that each one of their designs will be distinct and include their unique goals and visions.”
Franz Escolastico — Hello! I’m Franz Escolastico, a graphics / web designer and developer based here in the Philippines. I’ve been in love with designs since I was a kid. I have a big curiosity about colors and elements that I always see in magazines, movies, commercials, and my surroundings. …
Architect Luis Furushio shares how interactive digital design with clients improves quality of life in residential spaces.
“The creative process is a constant exchange of ideas with my clients.”
Luis Furushio — My name is Luis Furushio and I am a Peruvian architect living and working in the San Francisco Bay Area. I specialize in residential design, working in projects from the early stages of conceptual design including the building permit process and construction administration.
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Bhupesh Malviya shares how to draw an architectural sketch using One Point Perspective.
“One Point Perspective is a type of composition. It can be created through a technical, systematic projection of lines based on a single vanishing point.”
My name is Bhupesh Mithanlal Malviya. I am an architecture student based in Rajasthan, India, currently studying in Pune, Maharashtra. Whenever I get free time, I share my thoughts, ideas and tips for beginners, designers and architects through drawing. I started sketching when I was 12 years old. …
Front End Engineer Aral Tasher shares how he uses wireframing to turn complex applications into smooth UX workflows.
“Wireframes are the first building blocks in determining the visual form that an interface could take on the screen. They are a rough backbone to solidify the strategy, scope and structure of the project that was determined beforehand.”
My name is Aral Tasher, and I’m a Front End Engineer based near Orlando, FL. I’m part of a fully distributed team at Rho AI working on a range of Artificial Intelligence focused projects.
I have a rather unorthodox background, starting with a Bachelors…
For kids and adults — learn how to create a visual solution for real-world change using your pencil, a piece of paper and a few great ideas.
“What do you want the Earth to be like for yourself, your family and friends… and in the long run, for your kids?”
We believe in the power of a few simple sketches and some creative thinking to solve problems and create a better world. With a piece of paper or your favorite sketching app, a pen and your imagination, you can come up with new ideas to make a difference. …
Architect Sean Gallagher discusses design workflows and strategies for competitive architectural design.
“Our studio, over the years, has developed a strong culture of sketching and debating ideas. We encourage arguing and putting all ideas on the table.”
Sean Gallagher — I am the Director of Sustainable Design at Diller Scofidio + Renfro, a 115-person interdisciplinary design studio that integrates architecture, the performing arts and the visual arts.
I am Adjunct Faculty at Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, with a research focus on re-evaluating the traditional relationships between public and urban environments to develop new strategies to…
Designer Maha Alamri shares how emotion creates compelling spaces in art and architecture.
“When I… discovered my passion for architecture and design, it added value to my art skills. I learned how to play with color palettes and create emotions as one would when designing a space.”
Maha Alamri — I am currently a graduate student at the University of Maryland pursuing my Master’s degree in Architecture. I completed my Bachelor’s degree at George Washington University in Interior Architecture and Design. Over the years, I worked at different interior design firms and focused my attention on high-end residential design.
Emily Keller shares her creative journey in Fashion Design and how she creates knitwear designs on her iPad.
“What keeps me going is the curiosity of combining unexpected elements to create a garment, a look, or a whole collection.”
Emily Keller — I am a knitwear designer. I went to the Fashion Institute of Technology and studied fashion design, and specialized in knitwear. I worked in Shanghai for 3.5 years and started my own fashion brand while I was there, designing for young Chinese consumers and producing locally in Shanghai. I moved back to New York City and worked on…
Major John Webb of the U.S. Air Force teaches strategic thinking to pilot students with Concepts and his iPad.
“I’ve found that teaching a student how to get to the same answer I have is far more valuable than showing the answer.”
My name is John Webb, and I’m a pilot in the U.S. Air Force. I started my Air Force career through the Texas A&M ROTC program and entered pilot training in 2011. In 2012, I was assigned to fly the KC-10 Extender, an in-flight refueling platform. As a normal progression in the KC-10 career field, young pilot training…