Are we all really happy with the way many people are being affected by Facebook? Can you imagine what we’re doing to our kids? One of my New Year’s resolutions is to curtail Facebook … (more…)
In a super interesting, and readable article, Rob Howard hits the nail on the head when he points out what BREAKING NEWS is really all about! He opens with:
Not long ago, Americans woke up with the worst social media hangover in the history of civilization. Even if you hadn’t jumped into the fray yourself, you probably saw posts like these:
- “If you can’t handle the truth, unfriend me.”
- “Please unfriend me now if you don’t like what I believe.”
- “I will still love you, but unfriend me if you need to.”
And, if you’re being honest, you probably took a few of those friends up on their challenge. [End Quote]
I love reading about artists like Myrna Keliher — artists who care about the craft, and challenge themselves with the monumental task of visualizing words and messages through typography. (more…)
When I first saw Uber’s new rebrand I was instantly teleported by to the 1968 Typography class and discussions of the Bauhaus and Swiss design. Such a new thing rekindling half-century design! (more…)
Change your password now. Seriously. The cybercrime industry has become so sophisticated they can run as many as 40-million tests per second on your password! This is bad. (more…)
Are you waiting? How does it make you feel? Do you feel like you are accomplishing something? Good. That’s exactly what the web designers want you to think. (more…)
Here’s an idea : if you know your customer’s bank account amount and activities, you are better able to set your prices. If they have a lot, and they spend a lot, then they’ve got the cash to pay your highest rates. If they don’t have much, give’em the low rate to entice buying! Welcome to the future!
Yesterday, someone on Facebook pointed out an article on CNN that related to a discussion thread. I thought I’d take a look. I usually try my best to avoid sites like CNN, FOX, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Forbes and the likes because they are so bloated, slow loading and so loaded with predators, stalkers and spam.
ONE OF THE NICE THINGS ABOUT RETIREMENT is getting rid of the publishing pressure, and being able to have a little time to discover new talents both in the art and design worlds as well as journalism, cinematography and so froth. Bénédicte Rousseau is a new rising star with her head on straight and she provides us with some essential tips about collaboration . . . give her a read: (more…)
As a youngster, Justin considered himself an artist, “Yeah when I was a kid I used to draw stuff all the time.” And as he grew, so did his love for art, design, and music. (more…)