Design is everywhere. It’s part of our everyday lives, part of everything we do and touch, and it has a power of which most of us are unaware. Design can shape opinion, guide principles, and evoke action or emotion. It can connect you to history, communities, news, and ideas. And, sometimes it’s just for pure enjoyment.
I’ve sat through many presentations. Somewhere along the line, after enough neon colors, out-of-control animations, and text-packed screens, I decided to embark on a mission: I would design every PowerPoint presentation I did with LOVE. And, I think you should join me. No designer credentials are necessary. Just write and design your presentation with a few key things in mind.
Have you considered all the visual options for your website? Here are some interesting alternatives to photography worth exploring.
As the Design Manager at my agency, I am tasked with knowing digital industry trends, standards, and best practices and being aware of changes in the design, content, strategy, and functionality worlds that give the user a thoughtful and happy online experience. This can be tough. How can I stay up-to-date when I am already busy? What’s the best use of my limited time?
I have a notebook problem, and one of the worst kinds. I am obsessed with notebooks and I am horrible at using them. I can spot a beautiful notebook all the way down the longest aisle in a store or in a stacked and stuffed-to-the-max shelf. I love the thickness, the way the paper feels, how it folds, and how a pen glides across its page.