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“The great benefit of this [everyone sitting together in a single room] is that you can hear what everybody’s saying. I’ve never written a memo in my life, because everybody knows exactly who I’m talking to and what I’m doing. Everybody here knows everybody’s business. If you have a deep sense of privacy I don’t think that you could work for me.”
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I asked if she liked the notes I’d been leaving her all week.
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The title sequence for Catch Me If You Can, in particular, is one of my favourites, and here are a few others worthy of a mention.
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Holding your design in print, as a tangible product, gives a sense of satisfaction that just isn’t there with digital imagery. It seems more permanent, less deletable.
Full post: A path for our sins →
A one-sided article about the validity of spec work.
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AIGA, D&AD, Icograda, DBA… just a few of the many trade associations for graphic designers, but how useful are they?
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Thoughts from talented designers on the pros and cons of the economic climate.
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The Art of Looking Sideways. A visual feast of a design book by the late, great, Alan Fletcher.
Full post: The Art of Looking Sideways →
Valuable tips for writing graphic design briefs, kindly provided by Sharon Hayes who has worked as a graphic designer since 1994.
Full post: 10 tips for writing graphic design briefs →