Hi, I’m Brian Dys — a photographer from the inside looking out · a composer entangled in electronic music · a UX designer · a spouse, a parent, & everything in between.
Remember my humble beginnings in Photoshop and didn’t have the files to prove it because my hard drive crashed? Well, it really did and that will be another story.
The second batch of practice files are still with me though. Not everyday did I experiment on lo-res stock photos and found pictures on the internet. So I could’ve not improved drastically from the first few years to the next.
Electronic Music Wow
During the late 90s, armed with an amateurish guitar-playing skill, I got hooked in playing with electronic music using MTV Music Generator in PlayStation 1. And a couple of years after, I upgraded to an early version of Fruity Loops.
Here’s an example of what I managed to produce in the PlayStation:
How I magically got that in MP3 format? I hooked a PC mic in front of the TV speaker while PlayStation is playing the song.
The whole point of this is that I was so excited to design my own (imaginary) album covers. I consider these designs part of my practice files – created out of pure enjoyment.
Our website’s purpose is to inform the general public (especially those living in Metro Manila) of each project’s status and important information.
Trello is the fastest, easiest way to organize anything, from your day-to-day work, to a favorite side project, to your greatest life plans.
I’m trying this out for short-range project management – to-do lists and assignments – Trello answers all that.
Scout is a cross-platform app that delivers the power of Sass & Compass into the hands of web designers.
Brackets is an open source code editor for web designers and front-end developers.
This is the greatest discovery in my grade school days in the early 90s.
The kids who got smirks on their faces know what this “magic chant” by Vic Sotto really meant.
So I baffled Jaycelle one day with this abracadabra and told her to write it down to know its meaning.
She still couldn’t get it so I rewrote it in a nice letterning so maybe one day we can hang it up on our wall and get our kid to ask, “what’s that poster, daddy?”