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biggest bloglist for

Industrial design, Furniture & gadget

Graphic design, Illustration & art

Fashion & sneaker accessories

 

:)abloglist :D

 

 

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Guest mdilelladesign

Here are some of the sites i use for reference. (sorry if some have already been posted)

 

idsketching.com Has lots of tutorials, great site for beginners.

 

designsojourn.com Has many industrial design related articles.

 

carbodydesign.com car news pics and tutorials

 

brandsoftheworld.com Free company vector logos

 

howstuffworks.com speaks for its self.

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Hello

Just thought will also have some interesting design sites that we keep visiting often for History articles and titbits- expos, exhibitions and events related to design

http://www.designboom.com/eng/

http://www.designtaxi.com/

http://www.productdesignresources.com/

http://www.idesignthinking.com/main.html

 

 

http://en.red-dot.org/product-design.html

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Industrial_design

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Guest Gappie

Here at the University we have to prototype electronics a lot so here are some links for all you "sketchin in hardware" ppl out there:

 

Arduino, homepage

Freeduino, example programs

 

Processing, electronic sketchbook (Ideal for visualizations/art)

Max/Msp, Visual programming (mainly for audio/dj interfaces)

Free, Max/Msp Patches

 

If you want to order sensors, arduino's, LED's etc.:

Sparkfun, electronics supplier, holds links to most datasheets and manuals

 

 

 

Design/Research:

Usabilitynet, usability research methods

Socialresearchmethods, research design

 

Like this one because it has less garbage and more quality with regards to youtube:

Vimeo, share videos

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Guest gibbo

www.embody3d.com

 

I really like this brand new blog called Embody3d. They are based in Australia, Sydney and offer a full range of services like industrial design, product design, graphic design, web design and CAD. But what I like about it is you can upload your own sketches/designs on their website and they will model and render it for you at an incredibly low cost. Check them out!

 

www.embody3d.com

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Guest amoncur

I would LOVE to see a few links to quality HDRI sites (i.e. sites selling or giving away HDR environments). Here's the only GOOD one I know of:

 

http://www.hdri-locations.com/

 

Really high resolution and top quality. But they mostly have environments for cars. Would love to find another place with more of a variety. Anyone?

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For 3D printing in the UK look at:

 

www.3dprint-uk.co.uk

 

Full of advice and really helpful - very non corporate!

 

High quality models, and they help you reduce your costs.

 

There is also a monthly competition where you can win your model printed for free - This is in conjunction with Gizmodo UK.

 

Finally, you can sell any of your 3D designs through them in their shop - you pay no set up fee, you just get paid if your model sells - you can't lose!

 

3dprintuk_logo.jpg

 

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Good to have the good referral.

I'm in need of a quality prototype provider in the US. I've tried a half dozen different places so over the last few years and no one has stood out as really really good yet. All the basic 3D printing is common and boring. I guess I'm looking for an all in one shop for top quality. No junk.

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This is some of my favorite links used for my daily work....

 

(portfolio) www.creabook.com

(new materials and other information) www.form.de

(inspiration) www.trendsnow.net

(resource for architecture and design) http://www.architonic.com/

("where research informs design" like they said...) www.informedesign.org

(ergonomy and anthropometry) www.designingforhumans.com

(ergonomy basis) www.ergonomics4schools.com

(sustainable design) http://cfsd.org.uk

(Life Cycle Assessment, free software; FR) http://www2.ulg.ac.be/cior-fsa/activite/Enviro/Lienslog.htm

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