Archive for ‘My Design Blog’

0 Commentsby   |  05.05.15  |  My Design Blog

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The famous Cyclist, Bradley Wiggins, recently launched his new team. With that came a new website hosted with a URL very close to mine. I have seen a spike in traffic with many likely confusing my domain, “”, with his, “”.

If you happen to be in the wrong place just click here to redirect.

Happy Birthday TypeFight!

0 Commentsby   |  08.31.12  |  My Design Blog


“Pay What You Want” Fonts

0 Commentsby   |  11.08.11  |  My Design Blog

Lost Type is a nice source of pretty high quality fonts that allow you to choose your price. Enjoy!

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Great Design Observer Article

0 Commentsby   |  10.25.11  |  My Design Blog

A student, Andrea Martinets, recently passed this article on in a blog post. It has some great advice for designers of all levels. Seven Things Designers Can Learn from Stand Up Comics by Michael Bierut.

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Kelli Anderson Paper Record Invite

0 Commentsby   |  09.16.11  |  My Design Blog

If you haven’t seen Kelli Anderson’s amazing design work you must run to her blog right now.

More on her paper invite here.

Beautiful Letterpress Short

0 Commentsby   |  05.26.11  |  My Design Blog

Thanks Nil for the tweet.

Jessica Hische Typography Demo

0 Commentsby   |  11.17.10  |  My Design Blog

Check out this great little demo by Jessica Hische on the line weight tool in CS5. We will be visiting Jessica’s studio on our trip to New York.

Free Fonts by Fabric

0 Commentsby   |  10.20.10  |  My Design Blog

A few new free fonts by Font Fabric.

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Behind the Scenes on a Logotype

0 Commentsby   |  09.28.10  |  My Design Blog

This is a nice peak into the process of designing a script logotype.

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La Cage Branding in the New York Times

0 Commentsby   |  04.02.10  |  My Design Blog

Jeff Rogers, an alumnus working at Spot Co in New York, passed on this New York Times article. The owner of Spot Co talks thought all of the rejected comps for the new Broadway show La Cage aux Folles. It’s a great peek into the design process. This is for all those students who complain about multiple rough comps.