An occasional series exploring hyper-specific design niches.
In the final installment of our Designing Icons series, icon designer//illustrator/art director/type designer Anne Ulku walks us through her design process on an icon set created for a restaurant map.
In today’s installment of our Designing Icons series, freelance icon designer/explorer/California surfer Zach Roszczewski explains the three focal points of his icon design process.
In day two of our Designing Icons series, Vermont-based iconographer (and illustrator and designer and actor and parent and co-founder) Jory Raphael gets particular about his Symbolicons and talks about the challenges of designing an icon a day.
Jory Raphael, Zach Roszczewski and Anne Ulku tackle icon design in part one of Designing Icons, up now at Courtside. (James Bond Icons by Jory Raphael)
Exploring the art of design set in motion - Part II. (Alchemy2 by Bushra Mahmoud.)
Exploring the art of design set into motion. (Ronin by Jona Dinges.)
Three designers talk children’s books in part two of our series. (Glenn Thomas’s What Lies Beneath?)
Four Dribbblers talk about the particular joys and challenges of illustrating children’s books. Part one of two. (Tad Carpenter’s Sad Santa)
Exploring the art of design as practiced on a beer can, part 2; (Josh Emrich’s cans for Grimm Brothers Brewhouse)
Exploring the art of design as practiced on a beer can; Jose Canales’s Power and Light