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March 24, 2014

Nexus: Time to Change: Digital Design Advice To Change Your Life Pt. 2

Reinventing yourself as a digital designer? If you're not able to create digital opportunities at your existing job post, you may need to spread your wings and do it out of the office.

Topics: Topics: Interactive Design, Professional Development, Random, Studio Secrets

March 4, 2014

Burgers and Design: Mixing Metaphors: An Interview with Christopher Simmons

I never thought I'd say this, but what Christopher Simmons has been doing lately online makes me hungry.

Topics: Topics: Design Reference, Professional Development, Random, Self-Promotion

February 27, 2014

Nexus: Digital Design Advice To Change Your Life Pt. 1

Are you curious about what it takes to work in digital design? Moreover, do you foresee external factors requiring you to transition to digital design after years of working as a print designer? Maybe I should set the record straight before diving in: this is not a requiem for paper and ink, nor a love letter for all-things digital that tries to swoon you to working solely on pixel-based and screen media.

Topics: Topics: Interactive Design, Random, Self-Promotion, Studio Secrets

February 10, 2014

Overlooked: Typographic Relationships

Long before the design world was rocked in early 2014 by the news that the love was lost and Hoefler & Frere-Jones were breaking up, another superstar typographic duo had, quite literally, thrown it all away.

Topics: Topics: Branding Identity, Design Reference, Packaging, Product Design, Profiles, Random, Type

February 3, 2014

Undercover: The Best Album Covers of 2014

With my active lifestyle, I don't have 11 months to kill until those slugabeds at Pitchfork sum up the years' best artwork.

Topics: Topics: Packaging, Professional Development, Random

January 28, 2014

Playing with Sketches: Back to Basics Materials, shapes, and patterns - FUMAGE (SMOKE DRAWING)

Invented in 1936 by Wolfgang Paalen, the Austrian-Mexican painter and theorist, fumage was a later addition to the collection of Surrealist games that sought to transform automatic writing into forms of drawing and painting.

Topics: Topics: Color, Design Reference, Handmade, Layouts, Pattern & Palette, Random

January 6, 2014

Playing With Type: A Daily Project Inspired by Hemingway

I'm a big fan of creative rituals.

Topics: Topics: Professional Development, Random, Type