Here’s scaled shots from Photoshop Project 2. This project’s requirement was to make a series of images related to career direction or exploration in to new ideas. I opted to use a diptych design so I could possibly frame the two images some day. First, I took photos of the downtown Dallas area. Then I …
Here’s a simple survey on interface research. After you submit your results, you can see survey results of the total respondents. Nice.
Joslyn (my boss) is featured on Cookie Magazine’s Nesting Blog today. Groovy.
I’m starting to like light scribe discs. They’re just like CDs, but you can burn your own labels right on to the disc. As I was waiting for our CMS to restart, I put together a mix CD.
I’m not sure what to think about this annual report’s design. Croatian creative agency Bruketa & Zinić have designed an annual report for food company Podravka that has to be baked in an oven before it can be read.
Tonight in class, I made the [brave and ignorant] mistake of volunteering an overview about my term paper. After confused looks and interrogation, it became evident that I might have missed the mark on defining the “metaphor” part of the paper. I will cross my fingers and see what sort of remarks come back next …
I’m putting some finishing touches on my final term paper for my Interdisciplinary Approaches to Arts and Technology class. I’m exploring ideas about e-mail overload, message handling and stress measurement. I’m stressed.
From Coudal. Here’s an art installation that covers the Amen Break from its inception through to its use today. Good history lesson.
Melissa and Luke threw a Halloween party this past Saturday and it was a blast. Erin and I dressed up as Pepe le Pew and Penelope. It was a gas! Also, the Gene Simmons pumpkin turned out better than I expected. It didn’t look good until I got a candle in it, but then it …
If you have a free minute, this is hilariously entertaining. In a stupid, yet funny way. Human Tetris!