Although it was never manufactured, the earliest interactive electronic game with an electronic display was patented way back in 1947 by Thomas T Goldsmith. The cathode-ray tube amusement device used vector-drawn dots, which were based on radar display technology. In this article we look at The Evolution of Video Game Graphics.
Graphics around the world are taking global industries and the commercial sector like a storm. Everywhere you go, you will find some sort of graphical representation making the headlines in the news, on top of advertising banners, as digital backgrounds for various forms of content, and much more. Perhaps the most practical use of graphics nowadays is to create eye-candy for targeted audiences, and this grabs their attention spontaneously. In this article answer the question of When Should You Use Vector or Raster Graphics?.
In this article, I want to share a short video that’s worth a watch – What Makes a Truly Great Logo By Michael Bierut
Here’s how a simple mark ends up meaning something big as a great logo. Joe Posner of Vox, and well renowned graphic designer and author Michael Bierut (designer of the Hillary Clinton logo) explain.