This is the second blog post in a new series called A Designer’s Toolbox.
It’s an exciting time to be a designer. Almost everyday I read about a great new tool that has been released. We all work differently, with our own processes and on a wide range of projects, but I thought it would be helpful to list a few great resources that (I think) are essential to all designers.
This is the first blog post in a new series called A Designer’s Toolbox where I’ll recommend some great resources for designers. This will be particularly aimed at young designers or design students.
I have a vivid memory from high school. My English teacher was talking about legacy. He’d be disappointed to know that I can’t remember how this applied to the book we were studying (or even what book that was) – but the life lesson still remains. It all boiled down to a simple question: will the planet earth be a better place for you having lived on it?
Last week Jeb Bush unveiled the logo for his run at the White House. It’s an understatement to say that the Internet has not been kind to ol’ Jeb. A colleague shared with me this tongue in cheek fictional exchange between Jeb and his designer.
As I write this, my Carolyn sleeps soundly to my right. Houses and fields and trees blur past the window and the train glides and tilts round each gentle curve.