One of the events I went to as part of SF Design Week was Coffee with Interstice Architects. This local firm is run by a husband and wife team, Andrew and Zoee. Andrew is an architect and Zoee is a landscape designer.Read More
Centennial Parklands Trust engaged JSD to redesign a series of maps for the Centennial Parklands. As a much loved destination within Sydney the initial phase of the project involved engaging the community for feedback on the concept designs.Read More
Designing starts off with a blank page, screen or canvas. You'll often see designers doodling and scribbling nonsensical lines and dots in the idea exploration towards a concept. The first stage of this design process though happens before pen to paper or click to screen. It's the questions and understanding of the audience and purpose of the final design.
We've put together a little insight into this process and what it generally includes.Read More
As we’ve been designing across all three platforms for many years, we thought it would be useful to share some of our insights. We acknowledge that each has a purpose, however understanding the design compromises or risks is also necessary.
There are benefits with using Adobe InDesign (InDesign) over Microsoft Word (Word) or Microsoft PowerPoint (PowerPoint). Resources, software, budget and project deadlines are all factors in determining which software package to use.Read More