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Why is my own identity so hard to construct?

Have you ever noticed that your own business cards, website, resume, and self-promotional materials are the most difficult elements to design? You are not alone. As an educator, I watch students struggle with this every semester. The main challenge is coming up with a precise concept that is perfectly suited to an individual. By creating […]

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Advice for students from the Art & Copy panel discussion

Last Friday night Art & Copy was screened in a giant, white tent in the middle of the Art Institute of California, Orange County parking lot. After the film and loads of pizza, Jimmy Greenway, film maker for Art & Copy, Dan Wayland of Broadcom, Joseph Banuelos, Creative Director Extraordinaire, Jon Gothold, Creative Partner/Principal of […]

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Parker Jacobs says, “Make Rad Stuff”

Parker Jacobs gave a fun, light-hearted, and entertaining talk at Chapman University last Wednesday night. Here is a summary of his advice for design students, but I have to admit, if you weren’t there you really missed a show. My translation of his performance into a few textual bullets here is like designing in a […]

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