3 Ways to Stay Ahead of the Design OFFF Eye on Design

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Source: 3 Ways to Stay Ahead of the Design Curve From the Founder of Barcelona’s Creative Conference OFFF Eye on Design | Eye on Design

The founder and director of Barcelona’s OFFF festival, Hector Ayuso, first dreamt up the idea of a conference dedicated to exploring the world of online and offline design on a lazy Sunday afternoon in 2000. He was playing around with Flash on his computer, completely fascinated by the program’s possibilities when he realized he wanted to create a space where people could share their work and talk about how new platforms and programs like Flash were shaping and changing the industry.

That was over 15 years ago. Since then, OFFF has put numerous high-profile speakers onstage, including Paula Scher, Rick Poynor, Erik Spiekermann, and Rob Chiu. After hearing from such an eclectic range of minds over the years, Ayuso finds it easy to chart the industries’ changes and soak up words of wisdom.

THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF TELEVISION ARTS & SCIENCES ANNOUNCES WINNERS OF THE 36th ANNUAL SPORTS EMMY® AWARDS

EMMY® AWARDS

We won our third Emmy® Awards. Outstanding Live Graphic Design. The XXII Olympic Winter Games. NBC/NBCSN/CNBC/USA/MSNBC

Senior Graphic Designers: David Barton, Sue Bennett, Matthew Celli, Mark Levy, Philip Paully, John Schleef.

Graphic Designers: Jon Berry, Ian Bonilla, Earl Camburn, Molly Erdmann, Bruce Fallini, Scott Flato, Shawn Hendrickson, Borys Jarymovych, Catherine Krebs, Michelle Lippitt, David Melfi, Filip Prochazka, Victor Ruano, Eric Say, Dana Stefenson, Mark Stroming, Stefanie Toigo, Jeannemarie Tracey, Daniel Velez, Neil Wright, Chung Wu.

THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF TELEVISION ARTS & SCIENCES ANNOUNCES WINNERS OF THE 36th ANNUAL SPORTS EMMY® AWARDS

Sports Emmy Twitter Announcement.

NBC Olympics Press Release.

New York, NY – May 5, 2015 – The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) announced the winners of the 36th Annual Sports Emmy® Awards at a special ceremony tonight at Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Frederick P. Rose Hall in New York City. Winners in 40 categories including Outstanding Live Sports Special, Live Series, Sports Documentary, Studio Show, Promotional Announcement, Play-by-Play Personality, Studio Analyst and three categories honoring Spanish-speaking programming and talent.

“While new to the National Academy, I’ve been a television executive and a sports fan all my life and I’ve been amazed at the changes over the years in the presentation and coverage of every corner of the global sports market,” said Bob Mauro, President, NATAS. “The quality of Sports television continues to shine as the ability for the fan to receive programming in multiple formats has grown exponentially. It is our joy to honor tonight’s many outstanding nominees who continue to challenge what is possible, and consistently find new and exciting ways to engage the sports viewing audience.”

Emmy Awards London Olympics 2012

This is my second EMMY Awards working with NBC Olympics. This one is in the category of "Outstanding Technical Team Studio" for my work as a Graphics Operator during The Games of the XXX Olympiad – London Olympics 2012. You can check the full list here: http://www.emmyonline.org/mediacenter/sports_34th_winners.html

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New York, NY – May 7, 2013 – The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) announced the winners of the 34th Annual Sports Emmy® Awards at a special ceremony tonight at Frederick P. Rose Hall, Home of Jazz at Lincoln Center in New York City.  Winners in 34 categories including Outstanding Live Sports Special, Live Series, Sports Documentary, Studio Show, Promotional Announcements, Play-by-Play Personality and Studio Analyst were honored.

The awards were presented by a distinguished group of sports figures and television personalities including Cris Collinsworth (sports analyst for NBC’s “Sunday Night Football”); Ato Boldon (event analyst, NBC’s “XXX Summer Olympics”); Ernie Johnson (host of “Inside the NBA on TNT”); Greg Anthony (Turner/CBS College Basketball studio analyst); Harold Reynolds (MLB Network studio analyst); Greg Amsinger (studio host, MLB Network); Bill Ripkin (studio analyst for MLB Network's "MLB Tonight”): Curt Menefee (host, “FOX NFL Sunday”); Erin Andrews (studio host, FOX College Football); Melissa Stark (host, NFL Network); Rich Eisen (Host, NFL Network “NFL Total Access” and “NFL GameDay Morning); Lisa Salters (sideline report, ESPN);   Tom Rinaldi (reporter, ESPN); Jeremy Schaap (reporter, ESPN); Ian Eagle (play-by-play announcer, CBS); Tracy Wolfson (reporter, CBS Sports); Wladimir Klitschko (professional boxer, former Heavyweight Champion); and Joe Namath (Super Bowl Quarterback & Professional Football Hall of Fame Member).
 
The Sports Emmy® Award recipients were chosen by a Blue Ribbon Panel of industry peers.  The awards recognize outstanding achievement by individuals and programs broadcast throughout the 2012 calendar year.
 
 For Official Sports Emmy Awards photography, visit: http://www.bryan-brown.com

A detailed listing of all awards is below as compiled by the independent accountancy firm of Lutz and Carr, LLP. A list of winners for the 34th Annual Sports Emmy Awards is also available on the National Television Academy’s website at www.emmyonline.tv.

Glitch | Public Domain Art & Code

Glitch is Dead, Long Live Glitch!
Art & Code from the Game Released into Public Domain

The collaborative, web-based, massively multiplayer game Glitch began its initial private testing in 2009, opened to the public in 2010, and was shut down in 2012. It was played by more than 150,000 people and was widely hailed for its original and highly creative visual style.

The entire library of art assets from the game, has been made freely available, dedicated to the public domain. Code from the game client is included to help developers work with the assets. All of it can be downloaded and used by anyone, for any purpose. (But: use it for good.)