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This post is all the themes put together in a GIF, at a speed of 0.5 seconds in order to display each layer clearly, this therefore shows that each theme put together, form, texture and structure compliment each other and work really well together and make them stand out and very appealing to the eye.
On this blog, we mainly look at the latest trends and hot topics in the US real estate industry (especially if they're related to California). But lately, the hot topic has been nothing but the housing market bubble. Are housing prices going up? How long will low interest rates last? This is important news to keep your eye on, of course, but it does get tiresome and even stressful after a while whether you're looking to buy or sell a home. So for this week, we'll take a detour off the beaten path and take a gander at an unusual newcomer to the housing market scene: digital brokerages.
As we've discussed before, it's crucial to stay abreast of the latest technology in the housing market — even if you live in an idyllic beach town like Laguna Beach! So what is a digital brokerage? In a nutshell, these are apps that let you browse home listings in a clean, easy-to-use interface. Clicking on a listing takes you to a page that displays its agent, and you can get in contact with the agent directly through the website. The most notable among these apps is Compass, which was created by former Goldman Sachs Chief of Staff Robert Reffkin in 2012 as a way to shake up the existing home listing market. It stayed under the radar until just last week, when its market cap rose to $7.4 billion.
The housing market buzzed with speculation on Compass' long-term solvency. Certainly, the company must have some value to raise its market cap so quickly. Perhaps it appeals to young, tech-savvy homebuyers who prefer to work through digital apps?
Yet some housing market veterans are skeptical. The most common observation is that, beyond its sleek interface, Compass doesn't really offer more than traditional brokerage services. Rather, companies like Compass (and its competitor, Side) might have floated to our attention simply because of the coronavirus pandemic creating a haven for app-based services. At the end of the day, homebuyers and homesellers working through Compass will still negotiate with their agents just like before.
Still, it's also important to note what Compass has contributed to the brokerage market. Its most notable feature might actually be its "Coming Soon" widget, which allows homesellers to make their property visible on the market before its Days on Market timer starts ticking. Compass' Coming Soon feature is basically a teaser. This helps build anticipation for soon-to-be-available homes, and also mitigates the undesirability of a home that's sat on the market for extended periods of time. It even tags your listing with a "Coming Soon" banner to attract homebuyer eyes. The Coming Soon feature has also caught the attention of established institutions like the California Regional MLS, who has now implemented a similar feature on its own website.
So are digital brokerages hot air? They might seem to be the same old listing services in a new pair of pants, but they also reflect our changing times. New features like the "Coming Soon" banner emphasize how building consumer anticipation is in the marketplace, for example. It pays to pay attention to how the game is evolving, even if the game itself isn't changing all that much.
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For these pieces I wanted to incorporate previous work into my forms, which therefore adds more texture to the structures. Therefore, I took an image from a previous task, which you can find on here, which the image itself presents experimentation with textures due to being focused on forms, the human body, and materials, cling film, which created structure and texture. I then decided to experiment further with these concepts and combine them into one, which created these new pieces, which I love, especially the first one as they show creative expression and abstract designs.
Linking to my last post, I took the same forms and made them into one structure to enhance the concept and themes of creating textures and layers. Which worked really well and shows creative expression and experimentation with dimensions and creating different forms for flat textures (two dimension.)
For these, I decided to try different techniques using the same materials, still focusing on creating different forms in the third dimension. Therefore for the forms above I used the same illustrations and the previous pieces, yet I decided to experiment with shape and size to see what effect they would have in 3D compared to the cube structures in my last post. Changing the shape of the structures made the design more abstract and shows experimentation of form and perspective. I used this as an opportunity to implement my pattern work into the development of three dimensional structures.
This piece includes the same forms as my previous post, yet I made them into one big structure to experiment with the elements of layering and creating different textures and structures. From this, as you can see from my last post of the forms individually that I haven't included one of the structures, this is because it blended in too well with the background and the other blocks instead of contrasting. This therefore made the piece look two dimensional rather than three dimensional which is what I wanted to avoid, due to wanting to develop forms and dimensions to create layers and textures.