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Professional Associations

Professional Associations

It’s not hidden fact; I am very pro-AIGA. The reason for that is I believe in its mission to progress design and my interactions with people involved with…

Designing Typefaces

Designing Typefaces

When I was young and do bad things, my punishment was always to write. Fight with my sister? I’d have to write “I will not get into fights…

Little Landscapes

Little Landscapes

When I was younger, I played a lot of Dungeons and Dragons. I wish I had more time to continue a weekly session of Dungeons and Dragons. I’m…

AIGA Central PA Student Portfolio Review

When You Wonder

On the night before the AIGA Student Portfolio Review, I was downtown in Harrisburg with my good friend Jadrian. We both were enjoying the spring evening, eating pizza,…

Leave Only Footprints

Leave Only Footprints

“Leave only footprints, take away memories” was the sign that hung above the doorway of the mess hall at Hidden Valley Camp Scout Reservation. I remember it well…

Using Macaw to Build Responsive WordPress Themes

Using Macaw to Build Responsive WordPress Themes

I was an early adopter of Macaw, the code savvy web design tool. During their Kickstarter campaign, I believed we were finally hitting a point in web design…

Art of Manliness

Quality is your cornerstone: Art of Manliness

Back in March of 2014, I was reading a bunch of articles on running my own business, specifically launching my own physical products. My good pal Ed Fox…

James Victore & Tim McKenna

Slay Your Dragon: James Victore

Earlier in the evening, I was with my good friend and colleague Mike Zigmund in Highspire having a drink and talking about work, guitars and commenting on the…

Continuing Education for Designers

Whenever I discuss education, I usually begin with a big sigh. It can be a very tough and complex issue to discuss. There are many proponents of the…

2015 – A New Year

363 days I wrote post called “2014 – A New Year”. In sticking with that tradition, this post is going to not only recap a few things from…

2014 Wrap Up

I really don’t enjoy unnecessary lists, but they work for a reason. People like small chunks of digestible content. Therefore, the best way for me to share some…

Presidential Review

At the end of 2013, I had no idea or inclinations, what 2014 would be like. Like everyone else going through life, I have had some major ups…