Cool Stuff Roundup: Media Exposure

This week, we found a variety of mediums and designers getting some amazing exposure. From development and publishing media to 3D printing and video, take a peek at this week’s selections.

Wondering what you might have missed this week or looking for a little bit of afternoon distraction? Check back on Fridays for a selection of each week’s cool stuff that you might have missed.


The New Yorker goes with WordPress and opens up their entire digital archive for free
Every summer, The New Yorker usually allows its digital archives to be open to everyone for free. This summer, they’ve paired up their open archives with an even easier, more responsive way to explore their site through an update and move to WordPress.


3D printing design contest winners speaking Friday at New Orleans Museum of Art
Tonight at 6pm, join NOMA to hear Shea Trahan and Frances Guevara of the 3D printed art competition at New Orleans Entrepreneur Week speak about their pieces (an amazing display of sound waves and a sizzling bikini design) and see other designs on display.


New Orleans Women in Technology and 365 Connect Team Up to Bring QA Bootcamp to New Orleans
This weekend, the New Orleans Women in Technology group and 365 Connect have joined forces to put together a quality assurance bootcamp for free at Propeller! Lots of companies have signed up to be there, so space is likely limited.


The Adobe Illustrator Story
When Adobe Illustrator first shipped in 1987, it was the first software application for a young company that had, until then, focused solely on Adobe PostScript. The new product not only altered Adobe’s course, it changed drawing and graphic design forever.

By Samantha Barnes
Published July 25, 2014