The intention of this app is to create a social platform specifically for people who are cruise vacationers. This app will enable them to connect with like minded travellers before they are onboard, they can communicate and share which events they plan to attend and even host their own. This data can then be shared […]
Typography on the web: samples and comments
1.GDC The typography on www.gdc.net does some heavy lifting. There is a lot of content on the site and they do a great job setting up the hierarchy to do the work of grouping all this information together. It is easy to differentiate the levels of information from the title to sub-titles. Note the header, [...]
I was fortunate to I have had both the space and time available to add this info graphic in a brochure I built. It was just what I needed to add some visual interest to the brochure. The subject matter being only a concept at this time only offered a location map, some stock images […]
Time for Client Gift Giving
Here’s a sneak peak at small part of the client gift package I am assembling for our 2015 gift campaign. The full gift consists of a custom made and printed box, 2 jars of Bernard Callebeaut cocoa mix – lids outfitted with a custom printed label, 4 packaged sets of marshmallows. The main purpose of […]
Jacob’s Ladder—In Action!
And now the moment you’ve all been waiting for…Jacob’s Ladder the not-so-scary movie.
I procured some interesting materials from the interiors group where I work, unfortunately the cork samples where just a few pieces short and the veneer finishes on wood backing had holes in the top that I could not remove. Too bad about the veneer pieces especially, they were lightweight yet had a good density and […]
1. Black Letter Pre 1800’s the calligraphy style of monks who would hand write manuscripts and the font that Gutenburg first used in his moveable type machine. 2. Venetian: Jensen Still closely linked to hand written calligraphic style but one of the first designers to build a letter form based on roman letters. 3. Garalde: […]
Happy Mistake – Monolith Breakdown
After an evening exposed to the elements a few things happened to my majestic monoliths. One of them toppled over and broke; the weight of a slightly crooked post was too much for the tiny wooden stake. The concrete post broke into two pieces. Now I have two posts left that are still in one […]
Hey is that my WIFI network?
Here is the final project, out in the wild. The real impact of this would felt by people who might happen to recognize the name of their network on this posts. A way to measure this could have been to include a hash tag for those who might want to tweet about it, or offer […]
Release the Monoliths!
These concrete posts have had a little while to cure, it is time to remove them from the safety of their cardboard forms. First one out! Oooops, the first casualty! The wooden stakes sticking out from the bottom of the posts makes me think of popsicles. On to the next step…The installation in the Wi-Fi […]