I recently completed an e-newsletter template design for a client, a parenting educator/counselor, who wants to share her educational guidance blog articles with parents and colleagues. After understanding the emotional support message that is so important to her work, I designed for a balance of professional, but still very approachable and eye-catching feeling, to convey […]
In the past few months I’ve been invited to be interviewed by, respectively, a podcast focusing on web design and development, and an online magazine showcasing “inspiring people” in Los Angeles. So, along with inviting you to read my interview here, there’s a lesson in this. Don’t ask “why me?” The answer is “because it’s […]
I recently had the pleasure to be on Hallway Chats, a podcast focusing on interviews with people in the WordPress community. Although I initially sound a bit “deer in the headlights” at the beginning (and a bit husky from a cold), I did finally find my groove and had an absolute blast during the interview, I […]
Today’s Monday Muse is a valentine for my readers and followers. It’s a Seuss-atine!
We are all so close to our own talents and innate abilities that we can’t see how special they are. After all, they come to us naturally. Oh, those nagging questions of self-doubt our brains sometimes throw at us. Am I good enough? Can I distinguish myself from others who do similar work? Can I offer […]
Like many designers, I am fascinated by logos and their development over time. One in particular appeals to me because of my academic background in classical Japanese literature and culture: the origin and evolution of Canon’s logo, which has, for me, an interesting history. (For the record, I’m also a big fan of Canon products.) […]