During our skype session with Doug Bartow, I was surprised by how much he emphasized that his design firm chose which projects are appropriate or best suit their capabilities. I never really thought designers specifically chose which projects they would like… Continue Reading
While watching Objectified, I learned that many things happen over time and sometimes we simply attribute the “wear and tear” expression for why things worsen over time. However while watched Objectified, I realized that if something is designed well ,… Continue Reading
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“To Inform and Delight” was a very fascinating documentary because I felt like I could relate to Glaser. As a public relations major, I am confident in my ability to communicate and draw connections with other people. I have always… Continue Reading
Part 1: As I watched the documentary “Helvetica”, I was surprised to discover how often the typeface is actually used. Before watching the documentary, I could identify the typeface on any document and recognize it as a default typeface. What… Continue Reading
what a fun way to see so many different logos and understand how these letters, even though they aren’t “really” letters, represent the wide array of logos and principles of design.
The Baskin Robbins logo is unique because it utilizes three different colors; white, blue and pink. I discovered that the pink color signifies the sample spoons they hand out when customers approach the glass and ask to try one of… Continue Reading
My father works diligently. He always takes his time, makes sure every project is completed with perfection, and triple checks his work before considering it complete. He encourages me to adopt a similar work habit where I have an appreciation for… Continue Reading