When we have a question to which we don’t know the answer, Google is there. They direct us to the answers of life’s mysteries, like “Can Jesus microwave a burrito?” Seriously, people searched that.Continue Reading..
With Thanksgiving coming up this weekend, I figured that this funny series on how to hide the fact that you’ve passed gas, farted, tooted, broke wind, or cut the cheese would come in handy. Everyone will be getting stuffed with food, so there’ll probably be a lot of gas being passed. So what do you do when you have to pass gas during an inappropriate moment?Continue Reading..
Are you a graphic designer who looks like a hipster? Or maybe a game designer with the reflexes of a cheetah? What do you picture when you think of a designer? No matter what type of designer that you are, people have preconceived notions based on (not only designers) field of work. Continue Reading..
I’ve probably asked this question before, but don’t you just hate it when your clients don’t trust you to do your job? They say that they trust you to design the job properly, but they’re either back seat designers or they believe that they can do a better job than you.Continue Reading..
If you’re old enough like me, you probably remember having to sit and wait for your VHS movie to rewind after each viewing and seeing it play out quickly in reverse. The linear structure of plots makes watching a movie easy to follow, but have you thought about how some movies would be like if you watched them in reverse? Interestingly, some great plots have disturbing or hilarious alternative storylines when watched backwards.Continue Reading..
If you’re an Art Director like me or a designer, you’ve probably heard a client say more than once, “make the logo bigger.” To poke fun at this request, San Francisco-based designer Andrew Wendling started a humorous Tumblr blog that instead of just making the logo bigger, deliberately goes overboard with the enlarging until only a small part of the logo is visible.Continue Reading..