To put it bluntly, I’m in the process of rebranding myself, which includes a revamp of my site. SO… if you happen to come upon my portfolio and blog and realize they don’t match, well… now you know why. Cheers!
My husband and I decided to start a family this past August and on September 4 found out we were expecting! We’re so excited to start this new chapter of our lives together, which should be happening close to May 17, 2015!
I’m a frequenter of the Tuts+ Network, they have some great free tutorials, tips, tricks, galleries, etc. I picked five tutorials or tips (InDesign, Photoshop, Photography, Web Design) I thought were helpful, interesting, and/or applicable to current trends in print and web design. Feel free to share any tutorials you found useful from 2013 or years past. 🙂
I first saw this site as a nominee for the 2013 Webby Awards. The image of tweets being projected onto a wall in their studio caught my eye.. perused their site, finally finding myself on the livecam, twitter wall. Took a stab at tweeting using their #stationwall… and 10 seconds later my tweet appeared! So impressed by this concept and style, I’m trying to see if someone here could get on board. Check out the rest of their site, it’s just fun to see others ways in which they engage their visitors. #funuserexperience 😉
Simple and clean and I love how it looks like a little diorama. 🙂 Promo poster by Sui Tin Sung
Ever wonder what to get a designer for Christmas? Or perhaps YOU’RE the designer and don’t know what to ask for? Well I’ve got a list of 10 fun gifts any designer would appreciate.
Current Obsession: Pinterest.
I always heard people talk about Pinterest, but never really cared to see what it was all about. As a designer, homeowner, DIY junkie, photography lover…shame on me. 😉 If you haven’t checked out Pinterest, you need to. It’s a place to save all your favorite images, DIY project links, future ideas for your house, places to visit, fitness tips… you get the idea. There are all sorts of things out there that you may not find by just searching via Google.
Here’s a link to my Pinterest page. Sign up, it’s free. Happy Pinning!
When I started as a “professional” graphic & web designer in 2007, I perused galleries all over the place for inspiration, wondering what it took to make it onto these sites. I assumed these had to be well-known designers with an amazingly deep understanding of development, compliant coding, or were born with endless amounts of creative ideas. I’m not saying they aren’t those people, but it’s not all of them. I know this, because I’ve recently found myself surprisingly amongst them.