Video Game Design 1990-2008

Video Game Design Between 1990-2008 | Webdesigner Depot

Remembering the good all days, when me and my friends were playing Doom, Mortal Kombat, Quake or War Craft on a Pentium 133 MHz computer with Sound Blaster and a 4MB video card. A lot has changed since then.

Video games actually are a lot older than that we used to play in the 90s. The first video game was created in 1947 called Tennis for two and it was played on an oscilloscope like device.


Are you sure you want to take on that web site project?

Jeffrey Zeldman Presents : 20 signs you don’t want that web design project
Most clients are good clients, and some clients are great clients. But some jobs are just never going to work out well. Herewith, a few indicators that a project may be headed to the toilet. Guarantee: All incidents taken from life.


Replenishing your Creative Juices

It’s the end of the semester - you’re burnt, fried, finished. Watch this - you will thank me... I promise.

YouTube - Creatives grow better in the South West


On Liberal Arts and Design

gongblog - journal - In defense of generalists

It is no secret that I think design education is a little too specialized to the point of only being able to churn out high-tech craftsmen. In this time of global recession, jobs being decimated, major economies hanging in the balance, a new left-of-center administration about to take the helm -- just take a look at what the design blogosphere continues to blog about -- nothing of real consequence (well, maybe some proactive insights as to how to make our existing super-surplus of consumer crap...a more sustainable super-surplus of consumer crap).

Design Education and Social Change

Design Ignites Change
Design Ignites Change is an annual program that promotes and encourages talented high school and college students from across the country to use design thinking and innovation to create messages for and solutions to complex social problems.


New International Design Blog

Design Assembly

Design Assembly is an interactive discussion forum managed by industry professionals for fellow creatives. We are made up of a select group of individuals working at renowned global agencies from a cross-section of creative disciplines.

Our objective is to reveal, discuss and debate inspirational pieces of work both past and present. We think that a creative blog should contain unbiased critique, informed opinion and topical debate. We don’t want to condescend or patronise, just provoke originality and purpose in what we do.

The Designer's Review of Books

The Designer's Review of Books — Books for the creative mind.

Although there are several good design websites that occasionally have book reviews, there didn’t seem to be a single place online where you could get constant updates and reviews of new (and sometimes old) design books.

Design books are often expensive and contrary – sometimes the book is worth having for the physical production values alone, sometimes for the images, sometimes for the words and, occasionally, for all three. We wanted to cover those elements in our reviews so that you know whether it’s worth owning.