This year has been an awesome year for my blog! I started off 2015 with the goal of attracting 12,000 viewers and with the year coming to a close, I’ve already met that target. That’s 8,930 more viewers than 2014!
I want to share my eBook with each of you, especially if you’re a budding entrepreneur or dream of being one. It’s a completely free download and you can consider it my Christmas gift to you.
Is the client always right? As a graphic designer that’s a question you’ll sometimes ask depending on the client. Don’t get overwhelmed when things get difficult. Here are five ways to guarantee smooth sailing.
I wanted to create something that was really silly and seeing that it was the day before Halloween, I figured why not take my inspiration from zombies. Keeping the theme going, this is now the latest edition to my comic
I wanted to create something that was really silly and seeing that it was the day before Halloween, I figured why not take my inspiration from zombies. So below is one of the latest edition to my comic series, Jus’
How much does the user interface (UI) and user experience (UX) of a website or mobile application (app) influence whether or not you revisit or continue to use that platform no matter how popular it is? I’m guessing they’re probably
In my 12 years freelancing as a graphic designer (can’t believe it’s been that long), I’ve walked away with some very invaluable lessons. I started this blog a little over three years ago to help share what I’d learned with
Quiksilver Japan designs a wetsuit for the surfer who wants to move from the surfboard to the boardroom without changing clothes.
The ‘project RAIOOO’, is an urban tricycle, can be configured with different materials, including wood, cork, aluminum and leather and propelled by an electric motor. It has been developed by the students of the Master in Integrated Design. Who wouldn’t
How much living space do we really need to live comfortably? That answer is all dependent on who you are and the life you lead. Over the last seven years the small or tiny house movement has grown. It’s like living on a large boat with Japanese architecture rolled into a space no more than 100 square feet.