Daniel Flores designer, illustrator, tattoo master, Da Creative Genius.
Born with a pencil in his hand, Daniel has been on the art kick all his life. As a child, his creativity was fed by Hanna-Barbera cartoons and BatMan Comic books.
By High School, Daniel's drawing skills were attracting attention by peers and teachers and students started calling him by his current nickname: DTM. DTM stands for Dan The Man.
Ever since arriving in Atlanta in 1994, DTM has bene deepbly involved in the art community starting with group art shows, then as Curator of the Mano A Mano Art Shows and now as Art Business Mentor with The Black Book Conversations.
DTM first got a hold of a computer in 1997 and there began the path of graphic design with MacroMedia FireWorks, Adobe Photoshop and later Adobe Illustrator. A quick learner, DTM once learned QuarkXpress in 3 days while producing a 24 page CD insert.
Thousands of party flyer designs, brochures and catalogs later, DTM applied his skills in the Mobile Design space with simple projects involving Icons, UI Design and Mobile Game Illustration.
DTM was published in the 2012 July issue of ImagineFX Magazine for his hardcore skull drawings. Art is Daniel's passion and inspiration drives his creativity in every project that interests him, including working with tech startups Synappio, GetGoals and his personal project: Visual Art Werks.
The Graphic Side of Mobile Development
Atlanta Mobile Developers Group
April 29, 630pm
DTM discusses the work a designer must handle in delivering mobile app assets to developers so that the final product is attractive, interesting, engaging and most of all; approved by Apple Store!
Art Is King. if you didnt know now you know!
Resource Links from the slides are listed below the video.
Mobile Design and Inspiration Resources