We’re all interested in what others say about us. Especially when it’s about our work. Now if, like me, you act as your own PR team, discovering these snippets and citations rests solely on your shoulders. And in today’s business environment, it’s not just vanity. It’s a necessity.
Cue the ego search.
Full post: When vanity is good for business →
If the comment is relevant, does an ulterior motive matter?
Full post: Compelling comments and ulterior motives →
Over capacity image by Mykl Roventine
Twitter has replaced Delicious as my bookmarking tool of choice.
Full post: Northern Ireland’s designer twits →
Blogs, Mad about Design is a new book from maomao publications.
Full post: Blogs, Mad about Design →
A few of the strange comments received that haven’t seen the light of day.
Full post: Comments you won’t have seen →
Here we go with five more excellent comments from you, the people who help make this website what it is. For previous reader comment features see the ‘related articles’ section at the foot of the post.
Full post: Focus on reader comments #3 →
The top 50 graphic design blogs list has been updated, and the number of recommendations has grown to include more than 70 blogs. Here are 10 of the newly-featured banners and links.
Full post: Top 50 graphic design blogs updated →
Thank you for visiting, for reading, for commenting, for critiquing, for subscribing, for mentioning me elsewhere.
Whilst I spend a week or two recovering from hand ligament damage, and the joys of single digit typing, I want you to know that this blog of mine would be a much lonelier place without you.
Full post: When did you last thank your readers? →
Ask any designer if they’re 100% satisfied with their work, and whether openly admitted or not, there’s a very high chance of a negative response.
Full post: Why are designers never 100% satisfied? →