Typography Review: Choosing and Using Typefaces
How gritty are you?
Fear of failure, or atychiphobia as the medical-set calls it, can be a debilitating disorder, and is characterized by an unhealthy aversion to risk (or a strong resistance to embracing vulnerability). Some symptoms include anxiety, mental blocks, and perfectionism and… Continue Reading →
You need grit in this business, how gritty are you?
“People ignore designs that ignore people” –Frank Chimero
Whether it’s a summer internship, or planning for practicum, now is a good time to think about job interviews.
In 1926, Graham Wallas described the creative process as a four stage approach: preparation, incubation, illumination and verification.
“You can’t predict the end result, and that’s part of the process, the beauty in it.”… “Trying to plan in the future, will not work… you’ve to live in the now… focus on doing things, not on the the end results… we have to focus on each step…”… “the goal is always to get better…
95% of the information on the web is written language. It is only logical to say that a web designer should get good training in the main discipline of shaping written information, in other words: Typography.