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Date registered: April 8, 2014

Latest posts

  1. Why We’re Blue — February 19, 2016
  2. Photoshop – an Interview — February 4, 2016
  3. Designs I Wish Really Existed — January 26, 2016
  4. Maybe Google should have just used the now-discarded Olympics’ logo — September 2, 2015
  5. It’s a Fine Line — August 29, 2015

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Why We’re Blue

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We’re getting bluer. Or at least our art is. A recent article in the Daily Mail noted a study wherein artwork from the past 2 centuries was composited into a graph. At around 1920, there appears a definite uptick in the use of blue. So what happened? There’s speculation that are color preferences have changed, that …

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Photoshop – an Interview

Webdesigner Depot recently published an interview with Stephen Nielson, Senior Product Manager for Photoshop, discussing both the development history of Photoshop, and where it’s going to.   It’s a very interesting read, and I’d recommend you take a look at it. Photoshop recently celebrated its 25th birthday?! Seems like just the other day that I …

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Maybe Google should have just used the now-discarded Olympics’ logo

Yes, we’ve all seen that Google has a new logo. My first thought was “what, did they decide to use Dick and Jane’s 1960’s school primer as inspiration?”  The second was “I’m hoping that they up the number of special occasion logos to 300+” Say all you want about flat, clean looks…this font is flat …

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It’s a Fine Line

The last year or so has seen the look of web design change dramatically as design elements have gotten flatter and leaner. While I still waffle of the “advance” of flat design (some of it’s lovely, some just leaves me … well, flat), I am loving the movement towards line icons. A recent article in Designmondo …

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