I’m a designer, but even I didn’t know that words like cliché and stereotype come from the world of printing. #typography #design #language #history
I just bought myself a new graphic tablet – an XP-Pen G640. It was on special offer at Amazon.
Their support website sold me on it. They actually update their driver software regularly.
Will let you all know how I get on with it.
Hellvetica—guaranteed to make graphic designers break out in a cold sweat! 🖥😱
Looks like the logo / branding pendulum is starting to swing back.
An extreme example, perhaps, but the author highlights a lot of issues that are applicable to everyone. Accessibility should be the default, not an afterthought.
Doing magazine layout work, which means opening up InDesign. An application that I tolerate because it’s currently the best tool for the job. I’m looking forward to trying out Affinity Publisher once it’s released.
These days, I’m becoming less and less interested in the apps with the most features. Features mean nothing if I don’t enjoy using the app. I don’t think I’m alone in this.
‘Form follows function’.
Adding this to my wish-list. I’m a serious typography geek. 😀
A blast from the past! Will be interesting to see how this new offering fares on Mac. Cheaper than Adobe’s Creative Cloud, but dearer than Affinity Designer / Photo.
James Brown was right when he sang “It’s A Man’s World”… but it turns out that it’s woman who is nothing, or rather absent from data modelling.