We receive hundreds if not thousands of emails a day. Most selling you the best deal of the day or announcing a hot new release. I am no exception, and most of the email I receive ends up in the trash. One email seemed to catch my attention and I actually open it. An AIGA invite to a Paula Scher book signing.Read More
Being a remote worker can present certain problems that aren’t as prevalent in an office setting. Including everything from WiFi connectivity to actual mobility. This list goes over some of the best tools for a mobile designer or any remote warrior for that matter.Read More
Whenever I take a trip I use the Kayak app to search for flights and hotels to get a general idea of the trips costs. This October I’m planning to travel to Las Vegas to attend The Adobe Max Conference for the first time ever and I’ve been using Kayak’s trip planner section of the app. A few weeks ago there was an update that changed the look of the app.
Until now the app icon was a flip board style K with a flat orange background. I didn’t mind it because it was a cool play on an old airport/train station info board. The K was almost a full bleed to the square icon.Read More
As a small business owner funds can be extremely limited during the first years in business and most are using their own funds. With technological advancements some companies have released do-it-yourself options that create a low cost alternative to having a project professionally designed. Most small business owners don't see anything wrong with this, but there are three reasons why you still need a designer.Read More