In my house we do a lot of drawing. I’ve lost track of the number of pencils and related art supplies that are floating around—in kitchen drawers, in a mug on a desk, mixed in with the markers and crayons—I’ve probably come across one or two on a bathroom window sill (I …
In Leadership is an Art, one of my favorite business books on leadership, Max DePree writes about two kinds of leaders—those who live within the hierarchical structure, and those he refers to as “roving leaders,” which he defines as the “ indispensable people in our lives who are there when we need …
It’s spring! That means hostas, baseball and hockey, summer reading, running, blossoms, and of course, technology.
Specificity is great, except when it’s not. Avoid a black hole of certainty, by having multiple people ask a full spectrum of questions.
Sometimes, your client is talking about one thing, when what they actually mean is something different altogether. They just may not be able to articulate exactly what that precise thing is. Our job as their designer is to figure it out.
A special family, Letter of Note, a dog says goodbye to his best friend, CoWerks, an awesome commercial (really!), and relaaaaaaaaax.
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