So this is baby Dell graduating from obedience class. I’ve had her for 6 whole weeks now. She’s pretty adorable.
To all of you who grew up in the 90’s, I have a question: Remember the Skip It? I loved that thing to death. For a whole summer, one of my life goals was to get that counter to 999 in one sitting. Sadly, they no longer produce that icon version of the Skip It.
I thought you might be interested in peeking at some of the doodles and drawings that I have accumulated in my stack of notebooks. I love pens, slightly obsessed with them actually, so all my drawings are in ink. And now, without further ado, I present Doodle #1 for your enjoyment.
Storyboarding isn’t just for animators and cartoonists. Designers should be taking advantage of storyboarding techniques in their work as well. It’s important for all creative types. Storyboarding is a great tool for group brainstorming, idea generation, and iteration. No matter how many words are exchanged between two people, sometimes you get to the end of
I really need to start checking Imprint Magazine more often because I almost missed this little treasure: A really interesting piece of history found by the amazing Steven Heller. This poster, tracing the lineage of different typefaces, was produced by the Bauer Type Foundry in 1937 to celebrate their 100th anniversary. I’m really enjoying