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March 11, 2013

The ABC's of Hand Hygiene: The Denver Art Museum Is Looking Out for You

At the Denver AIGA Next conference, AIGA announced that the Design Archives would be housed at the Denver Art Museum.

Topics: Topics: Environmental Design, Random

September 25, 2012

Higher Learning: How Can Color Redefine an Object or Space?

In the early Spring of 2012, one of our design instructors at the Academy of Art in San Francisco, Tom Sieu called and told me that Pantone® wanted to create a first-time challenge to a class of BFA and MFA graphic design students.

Topics: Topics: Branding Identity, Color, Environmental Design

August 31, 2012

Friday Feast: The Best of Omaha Sliced Three Ways

Omaha has the stereotype of Nebraska—beef and corn.

Topics: Topics: Design Reference, Environmental Design, Random

May 29, 2012

Playing with Type: Urban Cross Stitch

´╗┐Fences are everywhere.

Topics: Topics: Design Reference, Environmental Design, Random, Type

May 17, 2012

Commanding Design: Stop, Think, Go, Do!

We are conditioned to respond to the controlling missives we receive, and not inconsequentially, by the illustrative and typographic appearance of those missives.

Topics: Topics: Branding Identity, Color, Environmental Design, Interactive Design, Layouts, Pattern & Palette, Professional Development

January 31, 2012

Sister Raye: Illustration Jam Session: Modern Dog Does Pike Place Market

Pike Place Market is the soul of our city.

Topics: Topics: Environmental Design, Handmade, Layouts, Studio Secrets

January 7, 2012

Design Change: Do These Look Familiar?

How we do what we do as designers has changed rapidly over the past decade.

Topics: Topics: Environmental Design, Layouts, Studio Secrets

December 29, 2011

Points, Pixels, Paper: Type in the Real World Vol. 2

Volume 2 of Type in the Real World looks at typographic left-overs, for sale signs, newspapers, and weather maps, among other spectacles.

Topics: Topics: Branding Identity, Environmental Design, Layouts, Type