Here are some of the links you recommended: ⤷ Blog-EspritDesign (in French) ⤷ Archidesignclub (in French) ⤷ Designmilk ⤷ ffffound.com (intriguing pictures) ⤷ curioos.com (art prints by theme) ⤷ GreenBox (which one ?) ⤷ Yanko Design (form beyond function) ⤷ AAB (?) ⤷ Dezeen.com (of course)
The fashion and textile industries are notorious producers of waste. Over 50% of leather is thrown away.
Our appetite for new mobile phones creates huge amounts of valuable raw materials that are simply dumped in the environment. They contain significant quantities of copper, silver, gold, palladium and rare earth metals that could be used again.
Here are some projects applied to textiles, fashion, food, furniture and architecture plus ideas for recycling domestic materials. (These links and more from Radical Materials by Kate Franklin and Caroline Till (pub. Thames & Hudson, 2018)
This two-day workshop is a basic introduction to making a website using HTML 5 and CSS 3 code. The aim is to give you enough knowledge to put your own CV and portfolio on-line, either working from scratch or by modifying pre-existing designs and commercial templates.
Topics covered included tags, semantic structure, styling content, preparing images and deploying files on a server. Designing pages for different screen sizes and resolutions obviously distinguishes web design from the more familiar type of graphic design techniques used to produce printed copy. We therefore discussed different approaches such as fixed width vs. liquid layouts.