Erika Hall takes us through a few research methods for our web projects. She offers sound advice for working with clients, and offers suggestions for when large scale research isn’t possible. […]
Inspiration is everywhere, but never more so than in people. Last year there were a few people whose work and attitudes stood out to me. If you want to find […]
Whoever said we have “nothing to fear but fear itself” was on to something. I know there are other scary things out there, but in regular day to day life […]
I’m reading Ian Wharton’s “Spark for the Fire” and some of it was feeling familiar. I thought I’d write about why I chose to design a typeface for my Master’s […]
I fixed/changed a couple of things on here today. One I hadn’t noticed and one had been bugging me for a while. I have a much bigger list as I […]
I love Moleskine notebooks. This is probably not a surprise. They’re a stereotypical designer’s tool, but I don’t think there’s anything wrong with liking well made, beautiful things.
I spent my Saturday frantically trying to get everything done so that I could have Sunday to do whatever I wanted. What I chose to do was read.
…aka why are you using the default WordPress theme? The Problem I have not had a live portfolio since 2008. That’s four years. What I did have was the one […]
The opening sequence to Pixar’s Up was incredibly powerful and beautifully mastered. It details the lives of the main character and his wife, from when they meet until she dies. […]
Yesterday we had to talk about where we were up to with our research questions. Here are my garbled notes which I intend to shoe-horn into a presentation with full […]