This website has been silent and static for about three months, and that’s intentional. I’m still here; follow me on twitter or pinterest if you don’t believe me. But I won’t be here much longer. positdesign.com will slowly vanish over the next three months, at which point I’ll be opening doors over at codewordart.com I… Read more »
Posts Categorized: making
When I was a young artist and writer, I used to make “video games” to occupy my brother and sister on long car trips. Inspired by Sierra and other PC games that I was playing in the late 1980s and early 1990s—Final Fantasy, King’s Quest, Space Quest, Colonel’s Bequest—I would draw rooms and scenes on… Read more »
Hello from gorgeous San Francisco! There’s not a day goes by where I don’t say, out loud, “I love this city!” several times a day. A big part of my job hunt has been getting out of the house. Over coffee with one of the head UX ladies at ModCloth, she confided: “don’t spend all… Read more »
Last Friday was my last day working at Harvard. I spent a cumulative twelve years at the University, most recently five years at the Business School: first as Web Services Manager, then as their Digital Content Specialist. Now I’m unemployed for the first time since I was 14. I have twelve days left in Cambridge…. Read more »
I know what you’re thinking: what happened to September? Short answer: SO MUCH. 1. I’m moving. To California. Cristo and I have been trying to get to San Francisco for years. First, I wanted to finish my master’s degree, and I graduated in November 2011. Then, I wanted to walk in the May commencement. Then,… Read more »
Super basic, intro-level International Phonetic Alphabet. There is nothing remotely like this or as useful as this or as cleanly-designed as this on the interwebs, and I have looked. So I made one for you. Dear the interwebs, you are welcome.