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 »
Posts Tagged: typography
The Design Geek series began as a way for me to collect and share my favorite aesthetic moments from Mad Men: all of the images and scenes and designery-insidery tidbits that make me straighten up in my seat. I absolutely had to bring back this feature for my very first post from the Best Coast. Downtown… 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.
01.tops: I used a chunk of my annual bonus to buy a MacBook Air! 02.thing that I bought that I love: The most beautiful artifact in my vast collection of typography books: Judith Schalansky’s Fraktur Mon Amour. Check out a video flip-through to get a sense. 03.get: Herman Miller offers some fantastically designed desktop wallpapers; I… Read more »
01.made I just posted this logo on my portfolio page: Pilar Alessandra is an incredibly gifted and well-established scriptwriting instructor out of Los Angeles, with a top-10 podcast. She approached me to design an identity for her sequence of summer classes, Camp On The Page. This was a vector art piece I created in Adobe… Read more »
This week was pretty incredible: I tackled a simple, and hugely transformative, DIY project on Sunday, I spent Monday and Tuesday at the An Event Apart conference in Boston—I am so grateful to my employer for making that possible—and amazing things spun out of it, and I hunkered down in the air-conditioning for mini-marathons of… Read more »