Functionality AND good taste?
stephenREVOLUTION2 at barncard.com
Wed Sep 8 17:37:24 EDT 2010
And don't forget Scott Rossi !
On 8 September 2010 13:54, Paul Looney <simplsol at aol.com> wrote:
> You don't need to do it yourself.
> It continues to amaze me but... great design can be bought!
> I've hired Terza Snyder to improve some of my work and the changes are
> phenomenal. I could never in 20 years (or 100 design books) come up with the
> wonderful stuff she has. She knows what she is doing.
> Engineering/Programming and Design are different disciplines/talents, it is
> a very rare person who excels at each.
> Paul Looney
> On Sep 8, 2010, at 3:00 AM, David Glasgow wrote:
> Hello folks,
>> I am being encouraged by customers to update and improve a Rev built
>> product I produced many years ago. I have a wish list for functionality
>> changes, but I am slightly depressed at how ugly and old the original looks.
>> I have decided to start again from scratch, so there are no limitations on
>> what I can do, other than those imposed by Rev and my abilities (mostly the
>> I have no background in design, but would like to make the product look
>> better and up to date. I know I can pretty much change the appearance of
>> anything in Rev, but this is a serious product for technical use, so I am
>> not thinking oval windows and faux glass skins. I also strongly subscribe
>> to the view that less is more, so I don't want reflections and things
>> swooshing about. Are there any books or online resources on making software
>> look simple and good?
>> Best Wishes,
>> David Glasgow
>> Carlton Glasgow Partnership
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