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Design in the command line: Recipes for tasty outcomes

This talk is titled "Design in the command line: Recipes for tasty outcomes," and was presented at LibrePlanet 2022 by Ana Isabel Carvalho and Ricardo Lafuente of Manufactura Independente.

Manufactura Independente is a research studio for design and graphic communication focused on free software, free culture, and critical engagement with design tools.

This talks is about recipes that go beyond GUIs, even when creating visible outcomes. Their cookbook includes exotic ingredients like ImageMagick, PDFtk, FFmpeg, Makefiles or Git, with a dash of Python and Bash scripting to bind flavors together.

Slides: https://media.libreplanet.org/u/libreplanet/m/design-in-the-command-line-recipes-for-tasty-outcomes-slides/

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