An intro to Nigerian Design Patterns was written a couple of weeks back were I mentioned why I was doing this and the importance.
Design according to Victor Papanek (Whom I’m currently enamoured by) is a conscious effort to impose meaningful order. It is broad enough to cover a lot of areas but succinct. The place called Nigeria, my country is one which captures over 200 cultures and languages, the vastness in relation to design is amazing. Because of this, I … Continue reading Nigerian Design Patterns: Intro
When Veerle Duoh tweeted about her Cityscape tutorial done in Adobe Illustrator, I just knew I had to try it, in Omnigraffle. I began using Omnigraffle in a UX role for wireframing. After getting comfortable with it, I started to see the potential and decided to give illustrating a go. I did try to learn Adobe … Continue reading Omnigraffle Vs Adobe Illustrator
Hi everyone, as you would know from my blog, I began a project years ago to bring Nigerian textile design patterns into the digital world. Recently I was contacted about the usage of one of the patterns, an akwete pattern, for Nigerian playing cards and was delighted! This is the intent, let’s make use of … Continue reading Akwete in play