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What did you do today?

November 26, 2007


So I’ve been asked to talk to a group of students who are thinking about becoming designers, illustrators and digital artists. Essentially its an exposure class that weekly features speakers from different creative professions. Sheesh if I only had something like that…knowing what I would be getting myself into I may have become a shepherd […]

Working on anything cool?

November 19, 2007


The other day I was asked by a colleague if I was working on anything cool. And it took me a minute to answer…I thought to myself ” Damn, is what I am working on cool?”. It lead me to think…what defines “cool”, and who judges what is “cool”. That word. Cool. Let’s get it […]

Make a decision

November 12, 2007


This is not a rant on good or bad design. That is for another day. What this is about is making decisions. What do I mean? And what does this have to do with design or the results of creativity? A lot. We as creatives are driven/required to make stuff. In the process of the […]

Trust your gut

November 4, 2007


Lets face it, the world in which creativity happens for the most part is a subjective one. And until they invent some sort of tech thingy for validating color choices, image selection, and composition (and I am sure someone in the valley has 80 VC’s investing in such said tech thingy already) as creative professionals, […]