In this ninth issue of Inspired Design Decisions, Andy Clarke will explain how studying the work of Max Huber, one of the less well known but most distinguished Swiss designers — will teach you how to turn mundane subjects into exciting visual communication.
It’s a very ambitious project, but Google has been incredibly successful until now particularly in two aspects: in creating a truly platform-independent framework for Android and iOS native apps that works great and is fully ready for production use, and in creating an impressive front-end web framework.
Models are classes that define the properties of a particular data to be stored in a database. For example, if we have a user model, we would define the properties of a user for our application such as name, email, and so on. So each time we want to create a new user, we use the user model we’ve defined.
While good use of type helps people to read, great typography can do so much more. Typography can eloquently articulate an idea and colourfully communicate a message in ways which are as powerful as any illustration or photograph. I’m someone who loves cinema as much as I admire typography.
Max Huber was born in Switzerland in 1919. At the age of 17 Huber registered at the Zurich School of Arts and Crafts, where Ernst Gubler, Gottlieb Wehrli, Heinri MŸller, Walter Roshardt, Otto Weber and Alfred Willimann were teachers. Williman suggested Huber should spend time in the school library.