1. Logo play from 2009

    Logo play from 2009

  2. An older design I did in 2010. The site no longer exists.

    An older design I did in 2010. The site no longer exists.

  3. An older design I did in 2011. The site no longer exists.

    An older design I did in 2011. The site no longer exists.

  4. Redesign of A-Space’s logo.

    Redesign of A-Space’s logo.

  5. Salmon isn’t pink

    Oh boy color. Red, Green, and Blue. It never ends up being that simple does it?? Too much red, too much blue, not enough green, well shit. It’s a stressful job to get it just right, and then you have to prove to the client it’s the best choice and hope they don’t say “Can you make the greenish color pink instead? I like pink.”

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  6. Corporate America or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb

    Strange Love?

    Many of us wake up in the morning, stretch, get ready, head to the office, sip our coffee, read our e-mails, and get back into the grind of design/developing/quality control(assurance) or user experience molding just like any other day. But wait! E-mail from the project manager/client/requirements team! I must read this immediately! This might be a compliment on my latest piece of work/finished project!

    "The latest revision to [component/project/logo/icon] is fantastic! We love the direction you took it in and the process we took to get here. Great work! But…"

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  7. Google Instant Search and the Internets need for instantineity


    The funny thing about this post is that I decided I wanted to write it back in September; Which as you can tell, surely (you can’t be serious), is NOT within any time range that you may call “instant”. Anyway I’d like to share with you a short diatribe about technology and speed and what it means to designers today. Also, I used a $10 word: Instantineity. Pretty cool huh?

    Note: The time between original writing and completion of this post has been vast, my info might not be correct but I encourage great feedback to correct me!

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  8. slapdashing:

Photo Type Junkie

    slapdashing:

    Photo Type Junkie

  9. Getting more from user research. at Renaissance Waterfront Hotel – View on Path.

    Getting more from user research. at Renaissance Waterfront Hotel – View on Path.

  10. #FREEDOM

    (Source: tatianamaslnay)