Instagram n’est plus seulement de la photographie. Les créateurs ont tiré parti de la plateforme pour présenter leurs œuvres ; certains ont même pris l’initiative audacieuse de transformer leurs comptes en portfolio personnels.
Voyant que les utilisateurs font également défiler leurs flux à la recherche d’inspiration créative, le réseau social a ouvert un compte axé sur le design le lundi.
Visualisez quelques messages du compte fraîchement créé et suivez-le ici:
@elinarashkova, a UX designer at #digimarkstudio in Sofia, Bulgaria, describes her desk as a productive haven, and a hangout. “It’s just the perfect little spot in the corner,” she said. “I can put my headphones on, go into my own world, and often the others in the office forget that I’m there. Other times, it’s the best corner in the room, where all the laughs and happy noise happens.” The things Elina keeps on her desk are also varied: “Succulents, cactuses and #Minions live together there in peace.” 📷: @elinarashkova For the launch of @design, we asked six designers we admire to share their #deskview and their design philosophies. #fromwhereiwork . . . #uxdesign #deskview #onmydesk
The artist and art director @tactilematter, who often shares work from her Los Angeles studio and garden alongside encouragement for her followers, captioned this photo of a #wip “when your day is filled with plants and side eye 😒🌿.” For Kenesha, whose work includes digital designs, sculptures, ceramics and vivid paintings in gouache and oil, design means “giving myself the space needed to express myself in a way that I might not be able to share in words. And doing so unapologetically.” 📷: @tactilematter For the launch of @design, we asked six designers we admire to share their #deskview and their design philosophies. #fromwhereiwork . . . #onmydesk #desksetup #deskart
@misaac85, a UX designer, described her desk as “an organized mess,” including a laptop, screens, various devices, notebooks, “and one too many gel pens.” In this photo, Miriam, who lives in Beit Shemesh, Israel, was working through designs for a transportation system for a youth program. “If I can provide simple design solutions to complex problems to help those who do work with today's youth or children with disabilities, then I know that my day of work has a ripple effect across all of those incredible acts of kindness,” she said. “I don't, for one day, take this for granted.” 📷: @misaac85 For the launch of @design, we asked six designers we admire to share their #deskview and their design philosophies. #fromwhereiwork . . . #onmydesk #desksetup #uxdesign