Finding Inspiration for designer in the traveling.
Germany is an amazing country for a person who lives and breathes design. German design has always been a standard of excellence for me. After visiting the capital of Germany, i’m living proof on personal experience. For two weeks I spent traveling, I was distracted from current projects, rebooted and filled my head with fresh ideas.
On my trip I like to dissolve in the atmosphere of the city, even for a few days. If you want to understand the nature of the city and feel its mood, you should visit local museums. I think it would be a great source of inspiration if you are a designer.
If you want to understand the nature of the city and feel its mood, you should visit local museums.
Before Berlin, I visited Nuremberg. To be honest, I did not expect anything special from this city, I thought: “… an ordinary European city”, but I was wrong. Nuremberg impressed me with its compactness and historicity. It turns out that there were so many important historical events in the city that I did’t know much about.
The visiting of the Nuremberg Museum of Modern Art was a very important event for me in. This Museum is located in the heart of the city, not far from the central market square along the Luitpoldstrasse, 5. The building of the museum fits perfectly into the ancient architecture of the city. I spent about 2 hours in the museum and i felt cosmic inspiration from what I’ve seen.
After arriving home, i started to read a lot about the exhibits I saw in the museum, to search for the history of the creation of the museum and several times looked photos in my Instagram. This amazing place inspired me so much so I actually wanted to redesign the site for this museum.
I believe that the main goal of the designer and his unique mindset is to change the world for the better all the time. After the trip I wanted to make a contribution to the idea of an ideal world.
I believe that the main goal of the designer and his unique mindset is to change the world for the better all the time.
So i decided to do it the way that i do best. First of all, I’ve analyzed еру site structure and found a lot of UX blunders. It was so uncomfortable to use this site as a typical user. All the information was poorly structured, the logo didn’t have any semantic meaning. I decided to remedy the situation and look what happened.