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25 SEPTEMBER 2012

Anstey Wallpaper Design and Innovation

"Anstey Design and Technical teams are constantly looking for new ideas and techniques for our wallpapers. Every year we research the latest trends and colours at the London and Paris shows in order to develop cutting edge new products to present to our client base.

We have a specialist Technical Development Department which explores and combines novel inks, substrates, techniques and technology in order to constantly develop new and innovative products from our wide range of processes."

(Anstey Wallpaper Company Ltd.)

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Anstey Wallpaper Company Ltd. • block printingcolour • commercial printing • continuous innovation • decorationdesign techniques • designed for durability • designed for performance • digital printing • flat-screen printing • flexographic • flexographic printing • flexography • gravure • gravure printing • hand block-printing • innovative products • intaglio printing • long table printing • long table screen • Loughborough • machine trialled • novel inks • offset printingpaper • print processes • printing press • rotary printing press • rotary screen • rotogravure • rotogravure process • specialist substrates • substrates • surface printing • surflex printing • technical development • technical development department • techniques and technology • trendsUK • vacuum screen • vinyl wallpaper • wallcoverings • wallpaperwallpaper designWilliam Morris

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Simon Perkins
18 JANUARY 2011

Flash web application prototypes

I created a series of Flash web application prototypes between 2002 and 2003. I did so as part of my design experimentation and growing interest in software design. As a result the prototypes were very limited in their scope as they tended to focus on particular concepts or techniques. For example I created my Kiwifruit prototype to explore an approach to updating database records which removed the need for users to make explicit update/submit decisions; I created my Rhizome prototype to explore approaches to contextual grouping and association; and I created my in–flight meal booking prototype to test some ideas I had about interactive information design. I developed the applications using a combination of Macromedia (Adobe) Flash, PHP, XML and MySQL. The prototypes now stand as a useful reminder of the promise that Flash offered in the early part of this century – before HTML5, the iPad and responsive layout etc.

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20022003Adobe Flash • airline catering • airline meal • design experimentationdesign practicedesign prototypeshierarchical visualisation • in-flight meals • KIB810 Information Architecture • kiwifruit • Macromedia Flash • mealMySQLnodal structureorganisational relationshippersonal praxispersonal researchPHPpre-prepared mealprogrammingrhizomatic structurerhizomorphousSimon Perkinstechnical developmenttechnical knowledgeweb applicationXML

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Simon Perkins
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