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While you think about that – quick update –  Another interview on the BrianaChristine Podcast… 489 more words

AIGA: The World’s Most Expensive-looking Font Might Surprise You

The World’s Most Expensive-looking Font Might Surprise You
By Madeleine Morley for AIGA

When you hear the word “luxury,” it’s easy to conjure up the colors gold, silver, and velvety purple; yet when it comes to typography, what we associate with wealth is less clear-cut. 185 more words


Design Month: Week 3

A great way to learn about the culture of a place is to look at the styles of typography everyone there uses. If you’ve ever looked at a sign that looked totally awesome in your town and considered how terribly out of place it would look elsewhere, you would fit in great at a Nikki Villagomez talk. 377 more words

Design Month: Week 2

With great sadness, we announce that we were unable to attend the Design Month: Week 2 U360 Exhibit…we heard that everyone had a wonderful time but we were working overtime on an installation and won’t be able to describe the wonder and excitement that was had firsthand. 77 more words

What the What - AIGA Design Conference, NOLA 2015

Another design conference in another fun city. Our industry sure knows how to be inspired and entertained all at the same time.

My time in New Orleans was split between the formal… 796 more words


Design Month: Week 1

Learning about the process and history of letterpress with the folks at Printology Letterpress was such an inspiring way to begin Design Month 2015. Letterpress is an amazing process that requires patience and the ability to read backwards then kern your type with strips of lead…we had so much fun with that challenge! 77 more words

Lady Leaders and Lectures

This past week was Cincinnati Design Week, seven amazing days of events sponsored annually by Cincinnati’s AIGA chapter. I spent the last four years at a college in the middle of nowhere, so it’s very exciting that I can attend events in civilization now. 421 more words