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DESIGN X RAY SEASON 2 - ADVERTISING DESIGNERS

From an idea to the first design of a new product, designers have their own ways of creating the art using a drawing board or a computer screen. Design X-Ray features the most important figures in the design industry. But what makes the most attractive product out of tons of good products? Now, designers have to use not only their creativity but also their thinking and problem solving skills to makebusiness decisions.

Then, how do they come up with extraordinary solutions to ordinary problems? What are the rules of creating food packaging? How does the brand development work in the digital world? What are the roles of great designers? Find out what these distinguished designers have done and how they see the world in Design X-Ray!

Drew Hodges (Founder of Spotco), Joshua Davis (Artist in New Media), and George Lois (Legendary Creative) use their own ways to create advertisements with various ideas and tools. Find out how they efficiently combine their talents into the design.


DVD / 2015 / (Senior High, College) / 30 minutes

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DESIGN X RAY SEASON 2 - DREAMS IN NEW YORK

From an idea to the first design of a new product, designers have their own ways of creating the art using a drawing board or a computer screen. Design X-Ray features the most important figures in the design industry. But what makes the most attractive product out of tons of good products? Now, designers have to use not only their creativity but also their thinking and problem solving skills to makebusiness decisions.

Then, how do they come up with extraordinary solutions to ordinary problems? What are the rules of creating food packaging? How does the brand development work in the digital world? What are the roles of great designers? Find out what these distinguished designers have done and how they see the world in Design X-Ray!

Jakob Trollback (Founder of Trollback + Company), Jon Burgerman (Doodle Artist), and Hjalti Karlsson and Jan Wilker (Cofounders of Karlsson Wilker Inc.) came to New York City in order to achieve their dreams as designers.


DVD / 2015 / (Senior High, College) / 30 minutes

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DESIGN X RAY SEASON 2 - EXPERTS OF TEN THOUSAND HOURS

From an idea to the first design of a new product, designers have their own ways of creating the art using a drawing board or a computer screen. Design X-Ray features the most important figures in the design industry. But what makes the most attractive product out of tons of good products? Now, designers have to use not only their creativity but also their thinking and problem solving skills to makebusiness decisions.

Then, how do they come up with extraordinary solutions to ordinary problems? What are the rules of creating food packaging? How does the brand development work in the digital world? What are the roles of great designers? Find out what these distinguished designers have done and how they see the world in Design X-Ray!

James Victore (designer & self-made teacher), Paul Buckley (Creative Director), and Randy Hunt (Creative Director of Etsy) explain their process of creation from start to finish. How did they spend their ten thousand hours to become experts in design?


DVD / 2015 / (Senior High, College) / 30 minutes

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DESIGN X RAY SEASON 2 - PASSION MUST BE PRESENT

From an idea to the first design of a new product, designers have their own ways of creating the art using a drawing board or a computer screen. Design X-Ray features the most important figures in the design industry. But what makes the most attractive product out of tons of good products? Now, designers have to use not only their creativity but also their thinking and problem solving skills to makebusiness decisions.

Then, how do they come up with extraordinary solutions to ordinary problems? What are the rules of creating food packaging? How does the brand development work in the digital world? What are the roles of great designers? Find out what these distinguished designers have done and how they see the world in Design X-Ray!

Louise Fili (Designer), Steven Heller (Designer & Author), and Seymour Chwast (Commercial Artist) were moved by their passion when they were trying to decide their career path. They also talk about what the most important element for graphic design and illustration is.


DVD / 2015 / (Senior High, College) / 30 minutes

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DESIGN X RAY SEASON 2 - TELLING STORIES THROUGH VISUAL

From an idea to the first design of a new product, designers have their own ways of creating the art using a drawing board or a computer screen. Design X-Ray features the most important figures in the design industry. But what makes the most attractive product out of tons of good products? Now, designers have to use not only their creativity but also their thinking and problem solving skills to makebusiness decisions.

Then, how do they come up with extraordinary solutions to ordinary problems? What are the rules of creating food packaging? How does the brand development work in the digital world? What are the roles of great designers? Find out what these distinguished designers have done and how they see the world in Design X-Ray!

Debbie Millman (Artist & Designer), Jason Anello (Co-founder of Manifold), and Gabe Barcia Colombo (Video Artist) are telling stories in their own ways. Learn about functional designs that build the brand and capture moments of people in this episode!


DVD / 2015 / (Senior High, College) / 30 minutes

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DESIGN IN THE REAL WORLD - LOGOS

Companies and other organisations rely on logos to convey information and create brand recognition. Their design is critical íV time, creativity, expertise and often, vast sums of money, are invested into their creation íV but what are the principles and elements of excellent logo design?

This program explores various aspects of logo design including the various purposes for which logos are required, how they might be used and the different places they might be displayed, the logo design process and the importance of excellent communication with clients.

Expert comments come from Deakin University lecturer Dr Meghan Kelly, commercial designers Stephen Davey and Chelsea Koetsveld, and one of her clients, business owner Nick McEwan-Hall.


DVD (With English Subtitles) / 2015 / (Middle Secondary - Professional) / 18 minutes

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DESIGN IN THE REAL WORLD - WEBSITES

Websites are the primary means of communication with the world for businesses and other organisations, governments, groups and individuals. They perform a range of functions and many considerations go into their design.

This program explores the importance of effective and functional website design and the design process, including establishing a brief, creating base templates and style sheets, constructing and populating a site, testing and launch.

Expert comments are provided by commercial designer Stephen Davey from Pagination, and Dr Meghan Kelly from Deakin University.


DVD (With English Subtitles) / 2015 / (Middle Secondary - Professional) / 18 minutes

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DESIGN X RAY - BETTER LIVING THROUGH DESIGN

From an idea to the first design of a new product, designers have their own ways of creating the art using a drawing board or a computer screen. But what makes the most attractive product out of tons of good products? Now, designers have to use not only their creativity but also their thinking and problem solving skills to make business decisions.

Then, how do they come up with extraordinary solutions to ordinary problems? Design X-Ray features the most important figures in current design industry. Who created the I love NY logo? How did the Saks Fifth Avenue shopping bag become popular with New Yorkers? What made the first head of industrial design at Apple develop the Beats Headphones? Find out what these distinguished designers have done and how they see the world in Design X-Ray!

Robert Brunner (Former Apple design chief), Stefan Sagmeister (Graphic Designer), and Mauro Porcini (Chief Design Officer at Pepsico) speak about how their extraordinary products were created and have connected with people in everyday life.


DVD / 2014 / (Senior High, College) / 23 minutes

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DESIGN X RAY - DESIGN IS EVERYWHERE

From an idea to the first design of a new product, designers have their own ways of creating the art using a drawing board or a computer screen. But what makes the most attractive product out of tons of good products? Now, designers have to use not only their creativity but also their thinking and problem solving skills to make business decisions.

Then, how do they come up with extraordinary solutions to ordinary problems? Design X-Ray features the most important figures in current design industry. Who created the I love NY logo? How did the Saks Fifth Avenue shopping bag become popular with New Yorkers? What made the first head of industrial design at Apple develop the Beats Headphones? Find out what these distinguished designers have done and how they see the world in Design X-Ray!

Will Wright (Game Designer), Dror Benshetrit (Industrial Designer), Tom Geismar and Sagi Haviv (Logo & Identity Designer), and Ivan Chermayeff (Designer, Illustrator & Artist) present their creative process of iconic designs that interact with people, from computer games; even an Island.


DVD / 2014 / (Senior High, College) / 23 minutes

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DESIGN X RAY - DESIGNERS IN THE PENTAGRAM

From an idea to the first design of a new product, designers have their own ways of creating the art using a drawing board or a computer screen. But what makes the most attractive product out of tons of good products? Now, designers have to use not only their creativity but also their thinking and problem solving skills to make business decisions.

Then, how do they come up with extraordinary solutions to ordinary problems? Design X-Ray features the most important figures in current design industry. Who created the I love NY logo? How did the Saks Fifth Avenue shopping bag become popular with New Yorkers? What made the first head of industrial design at Apple develop the Beats Headphones? Find out what these distinguished designers have done and how they see the world in Design X-Ray!

Three Partners in New York design firm Pentagram, Paula Scher, Natasha Jen, and Michael Bierut have successfully worked in different aspects of design; such as brand identity, the Android lock screen, packaging, and LED screen. They also discuss "good design" in this episode.


DVD / 2014 / (Senior High, College) / 23 minutes

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DESIGN X RAY - FRIENDSHIP AND GREAT DESIGN

From an idea to the first design of a new product, designers have their own ways of creating the art using a drawing board or a computer screen. But what makes the most attractive product out of tons of good products? Now, designers have to use not only their creativity but also their thinking and problem solving skills to make business decisions.

Then, how do they come up with extraordinary solutions to ordinary problems? Design X-Ray features the most important figures in current design industry. Who created the I love NY logo? How did the Saks Fifth Avenue shopping bag become popular with New Yorkers? What made the first head of industrial design at Apple develop the Beats Headphones? Find out what these distinguished designers have done and how they see the world in Design X-Ray!

Milton Glaser (Graphic Designer), Mirko Ilic (Illustrator & Graphic Designer), and Adam Tihany (Hospitality Designer) share their stories of how they design, who inspired them, and how they came up with great ideas of iconic graphic designs and hospitality designs.


DVD / 2014 / (Senior High, College) / 23 minutes

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DESIGN X RAY - LISTEN TO YOUR INNER VOICE

From an idea to the first design of a new product, designers have their own ways of creating the art using a drawing board or a computer screen. But what makes the most attractive product out of tons of good products? Now, designers have to use not only their creativity but also their thinking and problem solving skills to make business decisions.

Then, how do they come up with extraordinary solutions to ordinary problems? Design X-Ray features the most important figures in current design industry. Who created the I love NY logo? How did the Saks Fifth Avenue shopping bag become popular with New Yorkers? What made the first head of industrial design at Apple develop the Beats Headphones? Find out what these distinguished designers have done and how they see the world in Design X-Ray!

Shantell Martin (Artist), Ji Lee (Communication Designer), Chip Kidd (Book cover designer) have their own ways in finding creative solutions, not only for their work but also for their personal projects.


DVD / 2014 / (Senior High, College) / 23 minutes

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DESIGN X RAY - TECHNOLOGY AND DESIGN

From an idea to the first design of a new product, designers have their own ways of creating the art using a drawing board or a computer screen. But what makes the most attractive product out of tons of good products? Now, designers have to use not only their creativity but also their thinking and problem solving skills to make business decisions.

Then, how do they come up with extraordinary solutions to ordinary problems? Design X-Ray features the most important figures in current design industry. Who created the I love NY logo? How did the Saks Fifth Avenue shopping bag become popular with New Yorkers? What made the first head of industrial design at Apple develop the Beats Headphones? Find out what these distinguished designers have done and how they see the world in Design X-Ray!

This episode explores the creativity of Jake Barton (Interaction Designer), Masamichi Udagawa and Sigi Moeslinger (Industrial Designer), and Dustin Mierau (Chief Design Officer at Path) and how they work on even the simplest of projects with the user in mind.


DVD / 2014 / (Senior High, College) / 23 minutes

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INNOVATION LAB - THE ART OF DESIGN

This episode delves into the discussion of what distinguishes art and design? Most good design is firmly rooted in the art world. Often, professional designers are inspired and informed by work that is created through artistic endeavors. Modern mass production has made it nearly impossible to pinpoint the origin or inspiration for design of everyday objects. It is certain, how- ever, that artistic innovation and creativity are essential to the advancement of quality design that not only serves a function but also satisfies the user on a more abstract and artistic level. One company that has mastered walking the fine line between art and design is Ammunition. In this episode we talk to their creative leaders as well as the executive in charge of Design at the MOMA in New York City.

DVD / 2013 / (Senior High, College) / 24 minutes

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REAL LIFE 101: LUXURY DESIGN

Shawn visits an entrepreneur who started her own jewelry beading business from the comfort of her home. Then the owner of Goldsmith Jewelry takes Shawn through the process of jewelry production, from casting to stone setting. At the Reunion Resort, Shawn meets the vice president of Weller Pools and learns what it takes to engineer and install a water park or luxury resort pool.

DVD / 2013 / (Senior High, College) / 24 minutes

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TECH TOOLS: DESIGN

Design plays an important role in our lives, with Designers using technology to assist in developing products that we use and wear. The fusion of technology and design is imperative if we are to create practical and sustainable clothing and products. Exploring the first powered looms to graphic design and fiber optics, this episode takes you on a journey through the innovations across the design and textile industry. With the industrial revolution being the catalyst for change, the industry has pushed its way into the 21st century by keeping up with trends and consumer demand across the board. Influencing change in fashion, interiors and textiles, technological developments within the realm of design, mean a more efficient industry that allows designers the tools to be innovative.

DVD / 2012 / (Senior High, College) / 24 minutes

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