Well, I have to give credit to my colleage, Juan Garcia, for this one. He suggested I place the Dauntless Industries logo on my Logopond.com showcase. I thought the logo was good, but not really good enough to make the gallery. Lo and behold, it made it!
For those of you who are not into the various design inspiration sites, Logopond is a site that allows designers to showcase thier logo and identity designs for others to see and critique. There is a lot of REALLY great work on Logopond, and I'm honored that one of my logos is considered strong enough to be shown along side the work of some very talented designers.
2008.08.19 // TOP
This site, http://noonebelongsheremorethanyou.com, throws a wrench into the theory that visitors to Web sites don't want to click too much to get to the information. Absolutely one of the most wonderful and intoxicatingly-refreshing sites I have ever seen. Forget all the Flash and intricate scripting, just have a great idea, presented in a unique way and POOF! You've got a place where visitors feel special.
2008.07.25 // TOP
It only took about seven years, but Christopher finally got his site up. So, please visit www.stayforthecredits.com and next time you watch a movie, you'll know whether or not to stick around after "The End" has faded off the screen.
2008.01.25 // TOP
How do we cope with a world that tries to keep us moving onward and upward? In my opinion, we need a balance of work and play. Luckily for me, my work can sometimes feel like play. Most people aren't so fortunate. Let me give you a quick observation.
I've seen people spend years in college only to graduate and end up working in a field that has nothing to do with what they studied. Now, if you studied a subject that truly intrigued you, why would you not go into that field? I know, sometimes there just isn't the job market there once was. Fine. That one we can forgive, I suppose.
But what of those who study a subject they are not too interested in? Those are the people who come out of college wondering what to do. Or worse, get a job that they are not passionate about.
So, if you are about to start college, or know someone who is, PLEASE tell them to follow their passion. That may mean a smaller salary later on, but at least they will enjoy both work and play.
2008.01.15 // TOP