We try to keep everything simple, even our web design process. Our process will make sure your website communicates perfectly, achieves all of your goals, and launches in the most timely and cost-efficient way. We ask questions, listen and research you, your competition and your target audience. We’ll organize and blueprint every page of your website including its functionality and content. We will design , develop, and perform quality assurance analysis on every page of your website. We never launch a site without testing it thoroughly for quality. We strive to help clients clearly communicate their message, service or product through their website. We help our clients clearly communicate through clean and simple website design. Talk to one of our Digital Pros!
Runes Media is a branding studio, helping small and medium sized businesses and startups invent or reinvent themselves through strategy and graphic design. We’re big picture thinkers who design with purpose and a love for the details. There’s nothing more exciting to us than working with cutting edge minds to turn their vision into something tangible, putting it out into the world and watching others experience it. We strive to make your vision a reality. Contact one of Digital Pros!
The world of 3D graphics is a complex field, fueling industries from gaming and film to architecture and engineering. 3D artists and designers use specific techniques and processes like 3D graphic design, rendering, visualization, and animation to bring a vision to life onscreen. But when it comes to taking those 3D images and turning them into physical objects—specifically with 3D printing—the science behind it is called 3D modeling. 3D modeling is much more about logistics than other aspects of 3D design because its output is not a final product like a visual of a 3D object. Instead, it’s a mathematical representation of that object, explaining how that object is put together. Contact one of Digital Pros!
3D printing allows us to easily create one-off 3D prototypes quickly and inexpensively. Industrial designers use printers to create and test out prototypes of their designs. With real-time prototyping, they can quickly turn ideas into tangible objects they can test and innovate on much faster and more affordably than with the traditional manufacturing process. 3D printers aren’t far off from 2D home and office printers. In fact, they essentially do the same thing: they create a copy of a computer file, only the result is a tangible 3D object. To bring the STL file to life, a 3D printer typically uses fused deposition modeling (FDM), in which a spool of material (e.g., plastic filament) is melted and transformed into tiny, ribbon-like pieces that are added layer by layer to form a solid object. Because printers replicate a 3D model exactly by slicing it into layers, your design has to follow certain guidelines or the printer won’t be able to produce it. 3D objects have three axes: an x-, y- and z-axis, indicating height, width, and depth. This means that 3D models must have x-, y-, and z-coordinates. With different software options, printers, and printing materials to choose from, however, there isn’t a one-size-fits-all answer to getting your 3D model printed. There are lots of things to consider, like what printing material will you use? Do you need the printed object to be flexible or solid? Heavy or lightweight? Do you need interlocking parts? The material you choose can affect aspects of your design (e.g., parts may need to be reinforced or edges smoothed down) and the technology that you use to print with those materials. Contact one of Digital Pros!