Thursday, November 3rd, 2011
I recently watched a thoroughly intriguing documentary about the new age of the arts called PressPausePlay. As someone who works as a self-taught professional in an emerging creative industry like digital design, it hits home, and has made me think twice about the future of technology, culture and society, and how all of these things are going to be effected by this new artistic revolution we are in. We are all creatives now, and this is as much a blessing as it is a problem. But it’s the reality we have, and its time for artists and designers of the world to start developing our craft in entirely new ways.
If you have about a hour and a half, this film is well worth the watch.
Wednesday, January 12th, 2011
This weekend I gave my wife’s blog a fresh redesign. Check out the new look at:
Wednesday, February 3rd, 2010
You’re looking at a sneak peek shot of my newest project for Love In Stereo, a non-profit bringing music, art, and people who love each together to make change happen. Here’s a screenshot of the mockup in development. You’re looking at what will soon be the “Join Us” page of the site.
Monday, January 4th, 2010
2010 has brought a new year, a brand-spankin’ new site design, and a fresh stab at keeping a blog running. We’ll see how it goes. This new look, now version 3.0, I wanted to be a case study in simplicity.
My goals for the site:
1. Make it scalable – 1024 and up.
2. Keep it mind-numbingly simple. Nothing but the necessary.
3. Make something awesome.
First off, I wanted this site to work well with my all time favorite font, Knockout. Second, it needed to function like an online gallery space for my web projects. I felt like a heavier site could easily be a distraction. Gimme a nice grid and some white space and that, to me, is good design. Third, I wanted to rebuild a custom WordPress setup for my previously-stated second stab at keeping my blog moving. (Indeed, the interwebs truly need my musings).