A few months ago I was ‘Profiled’ for .Net Magazine. If you don’t subscribe to the printed version (available in both the UK and US, though sold in the US as Practical Web Design Magazine), they have published the interview online for your reading pleasure. Here’s to hoping you enjoy it. Here’s just a few [...]
Archive for the ‘Personal’ Category
Every once in awhile I like to share what’s going on in and around my life and TDC, while also spreading a little giveaway cheer (continue reading for more on the giveaway)! A lot has happened over the past month with some exciting announcements and a new blog… so lets begin.
Mike Tittel, an independent photographer approached me looking to take his personal brand identity to the next level. Mike Tittel Photography, an adventure sports/active lifestyle photography company based out of Salt Lake City, Utah, decided that if he wanted to move from his “basic Verdana [all type] logo” that he needed to work with a [...]
Occasionally here on TDC, I like to share what I’ve been up to, what I’ve been working on and a little horn tootin’, and thought this would be a perfect time to do so, since many of you might have noticed a drop in new articles recently. The past month has been a really busy [...]
Earlier today I had the chance to be live interviewed on Twitter (aka Twitterview) by the people over at Neenah Paper. In the proclaimed ‘Twitterview’ I was asked 9 questions that pertained to my business, my work and advice to other designers on social media and how it can play a role into business. In [...]
A Special Need is a nanny agency devoted to providing nannies experienced in special needs to parents. The brand new company was in need of a logo to represent their services and online blog that helps parents and professionals. Defining the goal Each of my brand identity projects starts with a logo questionnaire, which assists [...]