Douglas Okasaki Column:Bored no more

Second part of Douglas Okasaki’s column exclusively for Home 2 This is an interesting write-up from well-known graphic designer Douglas Okasaki of Gulf News. Douglas says its about boredom in our professional life… Everybody already had this kind of problem Bored no more Boredom not chooses the victim. Anyone can be affected by the terrible […]

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Douglas Okasaki’s new column kicked off:7 ways to avoid plagiarism in design

Well-known graphic designer Douglas Okasaki of Gulf News has started his new column on designing EXCLUSIVELY for http://newspaperdesign.in 7 WAYS TO AVOID PLAGIARISM IN DESIGN Look, it’s copycat! I’ve seen it before. It’s the same design used in other brands or advertisements. Is this acceptable? Why this is happening nowadays? Is it very creative or […]

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Douglas Okasaki’s Column:10 reasons to be an award winning designer

Don’t rest on your laurels Malofiejunderscores during its 20th Malofiej International Infogaphics Awards. Malofiej urges the design community to continue thinking of creative ways to improve their work and join in design competitions. But the question is why should we participate? Of course it is not only to boost designers and journalists’ ego or confidence, […]

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Sajith Kumar’s Comics Journalism In The Guardian’s Open Comics

Sajith Kumar’s(Cartoonist at Hindustan Times)maiden voyage into Comics Journalism, ” Ram Rajya ” got published in The Guardian # Open Comics. It is the real story of Ram, who ekes out a living doing odd jobs in Sujith’s housing colony in East Delhi. Just like the multitude that gets the capital city going, Ram, a […]

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An introduction to comics journalism, in the form of comics journalism

by Dan Archer To some, the only connection between comics and newspapers is in the funny pages or a single panel editorial cartoon. However, a new breed of journalist is emerging: one that is as comfortable conducting interviews and following leads as he or she is sitting behind a drawing board with brush pens. The […]

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TED Talks: 5 All-Time Favorite Talks

by Maria Popova Democratizing knowledge, the meaning of life, and why everything we know about creativity is wrong. It marks the fifth anniversary of TED talks becoming available to the world. As of this week, there are 1000 TED talks online in 81 languages, and they’ve been seen a cumulative half billion times. I can’t […]

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