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I've always admired neon signs, and I'm currently drawing inspiration from them. Each sign is unique and represents so much more than meets the eye. But fun for the eye they are! One-Eyed Jack's We've talked about somehow reimagining the One-eyed Jack's sign since we first laid eyes on it (huh huh), perhaps with colored lights … Continue reading Neon Signs of Twin Peaks
I really enjoy business card projects. Every design is different and comes with a unique set of challenges and considerations. I love the process of figuring out what the client wants, what they need, and how I can use my design skills to make it happen. In this post, I detail the design process for … Continue reading Business Card: Rustic Treehouse
After spending too much time researching how to build my graphic design skill set, I decided to do what every piece of research recommended: just start doing it. Many of the articles I read suggested re-creating designs and images that already exist. I've never been short of ideas, and I was hesitant to go this … Continue reading Universal Citizenship Card Series: The Elevator Dilemma
A few years ago, I was looking for some images to include in an eLearning module. I wanted to incorporate visuals into some of the more text heavy slides, but didn't have a budget. I thought it would be easy breezy to find free images to use. Man, was I wrong. At the time, free … Continue reading The Truth is Out There – So Are Free Images
This post will help you think about designing your presentation and/or training around adult learning principles so that your learners will be more likely to retain and use what they've learned from you during your brief time together.
I've been obsessed with the X-Files for far longer than any other secret government/alien conspiracy shows, and it inspires a lot of projects that I have in the works right now. That poster that Agent Mulder has in his office though! I've always loved the print, but it's never felt like the right time to … Continue reading business card series: get noticed by deep throat with this design
I struggle with colors, especially when it comes to matching. Without any formal training, it's been tough to know what really works and what colors to use if I'm trying to achieve a specific purpose, like motivating learners or gaining subscribers. I've spent countless hours obsessing over colors and have found several helpful resources that … Continue reading So Many Colors: 4 Great Resources to Make Life Easier
I'm so glad that I was able to be a part of this event. It was one of the best learning experiences of my career and it confirmed my passion for designing high quality professional development opportunities. I designed and planned managed nearly every aspect of this event, and I went big. I may cover … Continue reading Professional Development Workshop in Denver
Last summer we got in touch with Michael Owen, a local artist we adore, to design and install a mural to add a little life to our back patio space. We didn't give the mural the celebration it deserved last year, so we decided to have a city garden party in early June. I knew … Continue reading Invitation to Love: City Garden Party