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Category Archives: Books
The final Thinking without Thinking cover has been printed. John Hopkins Press was incredibly open about what they wanted for the cover, so I gave them a few options to pick from. After a bit of back and forth on … Continue reading
I’ve been working on the cover for a book titled, Thinking without Thinking in the Victorian Novel. I spent the morning reading and researching around victorian designs, arts and crafts movement and looking at typefaces created during the Victorian era. The … Continue reading
BIG stack of proofing papers that is the Graphic Design Thinking Book! So exciting. Set to release this May, keep an eye out.
My book review for “Talent is Not Enough: Business Secrets for Designers” is up at the Designer’s Review of Books. Check it out!
I always think it’s interesting to see people’s process. Above is my final submission for the book cover. You can see the transformation and progression in my process below. Click on the images to view larger files.
As part of the MICA Graphic Design MFA program we have the option of working on the book “Graphic Design Thinking: Tools for Defining Problems, Getting Ideas, and Creating Form”. It’s an amazing opportunity. Besides the fact we get to … Continue reading
The book is almost finished. My painted keys just need to be replaced with the plain ones over break. Critique is this morning, so I’m sure I’ll have additional tweaks after that. Click on the photo to see the full … Continue reading
Our Textuality Assignment includes harvesting statistical data from any book on Amazon. My book is The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, and I’m visualizing the “SIPS” and “CAPS” or Statistically Improbable Phrases and Capitalized Phrases. I thought the SIPS and CAPS … Continue reading
Yet another reason I love Baltimore, please meet Book Thing. I am a poor grad student and places like Book Thing in the neighborhood of Charles Village are why I have complete faith in humanity. Completely FREE BOOKS. Every weekend, just … Continue reading
I’m very excited!! Wired to Care, a book I helped design the cover for has an article in the New York Times. Go check it out here and on wiredtocare.com