My Name is Derrick Schultz. I’m a designer, developer, and—on a really good day—maybe an artist.
As of a few weeks ago, I work for the New York Times on their web platform as a product designer.
A logo that reacts to your mouse
In this way, it’s really like Processing is your junior designer, and you’re still the creative director.
Make Processing do the grunt work. You create the concept, and the final outcome.
Using the names and address of each addressee, I created a unique heart for each by pulling apart the various numbers, letters, and characteristics—using those as inputs as the heart’s variables.
Here’s my basic process in every project I do.
1. Start with something really basic.
2. Do something to it.
3. Make something a random variable.
4. Try something else.
5. Make something a variable again.
6. Think of an application. Or Don’t.
Thanks! Let’s make something fun now.