A new design guide to create a design that can be enjoyed by people of all ages is being released in a bid to encourage the use of technology in the design process.
The guide, by Australian designer and designer Mark Aikins, is aimed at people who may not be able to use technology in their everyday lives, but want to improve their designs and create new ideas.
Aikens has previously designed the ‘Polaroid’ and the ‘Bible’ and is known for his quirky, colourful and quirky illustrations.
In his latest design, Aikons is taking a cue from classic American cartoons and creating a world of colourful and vibrant colours.
“We are creating a visual language for the digital age,” he said.
“It’s about the creation of a visual identity that’s connected to technology.”
The guide, titled “Digital Design,” will be released this week in bookstores around the country.
“The goal is to be as accessible as possible,” he explained.
“We’ve tried to capture as much of the design culture as we can, but we are going to go a little bit further than that and really try to explore the possibilities of digital design.”
When you start looking at this world, you realise that it’s not just about making an aesthetically pleasing product.
It’s about building a community of design people.
“Aikins’ first book, the “Designers’ Guide to Digital Design,” was released in 2008.
It is about the history of digital art, including how technology has changed our way of thinking about the world.
In its latest edition, the guide is set to be released next week, but it will be available for free on Aikys website.
Aikens is currently working on a second book, “Creativity & Design,” which is also set to come out next week.
He said he wanted the book to help the creative community “create new designs with a playful sense of humour”.”
The design community is really, really interesting, and a lot of us have really enjoyed the challenge of going back and thinking about how we can incorporate new ideas into our work,” he added.