Archive for the ‘The Design Cubicle’ Category

The dawn of the redesign

After two years, some odd months and endless hours of starting over from scratch, I’m excited to announce and display The Design Cubicle’s redesign! Not only did we give it a fresh coat of paint and some detailed body work, but we also worked with our friends at Paravel — Trent Walton (@TrentWalton) and Dave Rupert [...]

It’s getting closer

A few articles back I wrote about the start of the upcoming redesign of this site, The Design Cubicle. Well, things are definitely getting much, much closer now; the smell of a completely fresh redesign is in the air! I thought I would give you all a sneak peek into what I’ve been working on [...]

Dear Readers: Don’t Worry, TDC is Ok

I’ve recently been receiving Twitter messages and emails asking if everything is “Ok” on the personal front and on The Design Cubicle end since there has been a lack of posts in the past three weeks. All of your concerns were very kind of you and it’s amazing to see so many of you care [...]

Some Highlights and Future Goals

2009 has been a great year for The Design Cubicle. In the past 12 months TDC has close to 2 million amazing visitors and approximately 5,000 comments on 151 articles (an average of 33 comments per article with a rate of 3 articles a week)—ranging from freelancing tips, logo and web design articles, typography insights [...]


With the Future of Web Design (FOWD) conference only a few weeks away — November 16th and 17th to be exact — I thought it would be interesting to discover what TDC readers are going to be attending. It would be great to meet and interact with you all in person, so please leave a [...]

Brian Hoff
About Brian Hoff: Designer, Writer and Speaker

I’m a graphic designer living in Brooklyn, New York who loves creating compelling and useful websites and memorable interactions across the web. When I’m not designing I can be found writing, speaking and occasionally part-time teaching at colleges — all on the subject of design. I started this blog to share my passion and experiences with designers and clients. I'm most active on Twitter; say hello: