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Giacomo Vergnano: Randomness – How Open Source and Machines Help a Lazy Designer

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Published on Aug 10, 2015

Nowadays collective knowledge, open-source programming tools and connected community are widely spread and easily reachable. In this talk Giacomo will tell the story on how all of these resources helped him, a “lazy” designer, to create many experimental graphics and generative typographic visuals. He will show how it’s possible to create astonishing and complex compositions with few lines of code and random() values, And how experimenting with accidental compositions can help the creative process.
Software used: NodeBox and Processing

Giacomo is a Berlin based visual and web designer. He is the Head of Design of remerge.io, founder of givedesign.net and member of thype.it Always experimenting with typography, visual design and coding. @GiVeDesign

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Video by Iwan Gabovitch http://youtube.com/qubodup

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