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Entries from the Design Blog in the video category.

  • What could better demonstrate the joy brought forth by intuitive user interface design than a cross-species interaction? It's exciting and fun for us as humans to see discovery and reaction in others, especially Peter the Elephant and his Samsung Galaxy Note. He's either a very intelligent elephant or that's a super-successful user experience—I'm guessing there's a bit of both in the mix.

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    by Jessica Patterson
    April 16, 2012
  • Dead As We Know It wanted to introduce The Kraken—the world’s first black spiced rum—with a memorable and high-impact brand. They developed the backstory of the Kraken’s true existence from a scientific point of view, which the viewer can experience through a journal and a series of movies.

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    by Ward Andrews
    April 3, 2012
  • Not only does the Dollar Shave Club promo video make us laugh, but their web site is pretty spiffy too. It reflects their business model quite well, showing a back-to-basics attitude through playful graphics, simple messages, and old-timey and weathered details. I'll let the video elaborate on their business pitch...

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    by Jessica Patterson
    March 8, 2012
  • Theodore Gray, a founder of Wolfram Research, really loves elements. So much so that he has amassed a collection of thousands of samples. After reading Uncle Tungsten by Oliver Sacks, he thought that the London Science Museum's periodic table displayed samples of the elements on a table. When he discovered that he had misread the passage and the Museum's table was actually a normal, wall-mounted version, he embraced the misunderstanding and decided to created the table he has imagined.

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    by Ward Andrews
    March 5, 2012
  • In 2011, Michael Johansson of Pictionary Productions spent 120+ days on the road, visiting numerous countries and a laundry list of destinations that I am quite envious of (Mike. Need a writer, designer, assistant, water girl, gear carrier? Call me.). Since he didn't send any postcards during his adventures, he created this video version showing some highlights from the trips from both personal and professional footage.

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    by Jessica Patterson
    February 5, 2012
  • Alright, I know I shared a video from One Year Study yesterday, but after further exploring Garrett Johnston's portfolio, I knew I had to share one more. This video was produced in partnership with Public School, a creative studio in Austin

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    by Jessica Patterson
    January 24, 2012
  • This first-person video experience reminds us to stay curious and to explore surroundings—don't merely go with the flow, affect its ebb and venture beyond the known. The Future Belongs to the Curious comes to us from Skillshare—a community marketplace to learn anything from anyone, who encourages anyone and everyone to be lifelong learners.

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    by Jessica Patterson
    January 23, 2012
  • "I think cool product design, to me, is something that is timeless."
    "What design does at its best, in my opinion, is to accelerate the adoption of new ideas."
    "Good Design transcends trends."

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    by Jessica Patterson
    December 15, 2011
  • Minji Aye Hong is a student at the School of Visual Arts in New York. Hailing from Seoul, Korea, the budding motion and graphic designer created this playful animated typeface for class. Building off of the idea the communication creates connections between people, she designed Cross Over to express that visually.

    Check out her animated specimen video below, with friendly music by I AM Robot And Proud (Dream Machine Lullaby).

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    by Jessica Patterson
    December 13, 2011
  • "Brinicles are cool" is exactly what one of my Facebook friend's statuses announced, and, after watching this video, I'd have to agree. Like so many natural phenomena, Brinicles look absolutely supernatural.

    This video footage from BBC: Frozen Planet shows a time-lapse of Brinicle formation and its path of destruction. Also called the "finger of death," it is essentially and underwater icicle that forms under extreme temperatures in calm waters.

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    by Jessica Patterson
    November 26, 2011
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