Posts Tagged ‘Conceptual Design’
Establishing communication, responsibilities and processes at concept, design and software engineering is sometimes a lion’s task. The gap is still extremely large. “They don’t talk to each other” – according to Thomas. But how do you bridge these disciplines? In the Moodboard Podcast, Thomas Immich and Samuel Lottner address this.
What’s with all the hype around AirBnB? Booking.com makes it much more effortless to book your stay and if you are lucky, you can get some insane discounts. Both apps, or the portals behind them, serve the same user need: „I would like to stay overnight at a foreign location“. However, both have a wildly […]
When a small concept turns into a hundred wireframes that quickly turn into a prototype, sometimes the question arises too late: Which tool would have been the right one? In our work at Centigrade, we often consider which tools we can best use to create concepts. As always, this depends on many factors and we […]
I am sitting in front of my new computer – a marvel of modern technology. It is stuffed full with every imaginable designers’ software, and I ask myself: Why should I ever use pen and paper again? Is it not a lot easier to create everything digitally? Have you had similar thoughts in the past? […]
The previous part explained why both a pure pixel-based or pure vector-based approach to icon design implies drawbacks. As Centigrade provides professional icon design services, we continuously investigate how to make our icon design process more efficient and overcome technical shortcomings.