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August 1, 2013

Logophiles: Jay Vigon

I first encountered Jay Vigon's work in 1986, living in Kona, Hawaii.

Topics: Topics: Branding Identity, Type

July 29, 2013

Creatively Curious: Designed Ephemera

Recently I got to see my favorite comedian Jim Gaffigan who was making his rounds here in Oregon.

Topics: Topics: Branding Identity, Design Reference, Type

July 15, 2013

Design Bully: Skeuomorphism is Not the Opposite of Flat Design

If you currently use an Apple device, or any computer device for that matter, you've probably heard or read about the term "skeuomorphism" recently.

Topics: Topics: Branding Identity, Design Reference, Interactive Design, Product Design

June 20, 2013

LICENSING DESIGN: Crowdfunding: Run Away From the Work-For-Hire Life

Every designer dreams that one day the world will recognize the rare blend of training, skill, and art that marks them as a gifted designer, turning demanding customers into patient, collaborative, and well-paying clients.

Topics: Topics: Branding Identity, Managing Design, Product Design, Professional Development

May 30, 2013

Undercover: Spotlight: Jordan Butcher/Work of Self

Seattle-based Jordan Butcher crafts gorgeously textured album artwork under his nom de création Work of Self.

Topics: Topics: Branding Identity, Design Reference, Packaging, Professional Development, Profiles

May 28, 2013

Love Thy Logo: 2013 LogoLounge Trend Report Continued

In our last post we presented five of the Logo Trends we saw as paramount from the 2013 report.

Topics: Topics: Branding Identity, Color, Design Reference, Professional Development

May 24, 2013

Malcontent: ...And All I Got Was This Lousy T-Shirt

As we go about our lives, our central nervous system is continually bombarded with so much input that, in order to function, it has to filter most of it out.

Topics: Topics: Branding Identity, Fashion, Managing Design, Product Design

May 12, 2013

Love Thy Logo: 2013 LogoLounge Trend Report

Forecasting the near future in design is a reflection of society's concerns.

Topics: Topics: Branding Identity, Color, Design Reference, Professional Development