Ideas, resources and commentary about interactive multimedia, digital & web design, and new media. For designers, artists, students and educators.
magazines... Fireworks revisited... Director doomed?
on the Web?... Barcelona... New CD-ROMs
State remembered... AIGA-Advance... Interactive Indiana...
Flash the answer?... Mexican graffiti...
usability... Mexican graveyards... Online Valentines...
yes... CoolSpot cool... CD-ROM: digital artists' books?...
pretty face... Goodbye, AOL...
counters ... Teaching computer- based media
Better critiques... Photoshop 5.5 vs. Fireworks
/ NASAD technology white paper...
Upgrade Junkies [Aug. 1999]
Design competitions, call for papers, and announcements.
Experience Design curriculum: learn about relationships, not just form.
New Media on the Web: course material online.
better in-class critiques? Try our 5
CAA report says you may deserve more time & money if you teach computer-based media.
Get greater student involvement with a Type 2 critique.
AIGA/NASAD report discusses Graphic Design education & technology.
Introduction to Interactive Design (course description, 7/99)
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Web design ideas to chew on & sample.
Great multimedia on CD-ROM, the electronic artist's book.
best web hit counter:a free
one that does it all.
On-line answers for Director and Flash designers...
Web-based comparison shopping...
Hotwired's Gallery of multimedia samples....
Octavo brings Bodoni to your desktop...
Click your mouse to feed hungry people...
Great stories from NPR...
Images from America's past in the National Archives...
Free search engine for your site...
Preview typefaces online...
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