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Making the move into good design

Hello

This is my personal platform for documenting my every move in design. From showcasing what I’m currently learning or thinking about in my blog to uploading design projects, big and small to my portfolio, this is the best place to discover what I’m doing.

I find writing a powerful tool for exploring my thoughts and learning things thoroughly. This actually started out as an offline pursuit for learning but decided if the posts are somewhat readable, I may as well share them with people. I thrive in solitude, fascinated by cultures, philosophies, and dogs, I feel blessed about how much I enjoy art, music, and film, and can not wait to eat dinner. I really can’t wait.

A pioneer of constructive graphic design, Anton Stankowski was a designer throughout the 20th century whose work still has high visibility today. And it’s wonderful....

Hierarchy is one of the first principles in graphic communication.   Designing a hierarchy is a compositional skill. It’s to arrange the elements in a way that emphasises the importance of information....

My first experience of Armin Hofmann was staring agog at this poster for the ballet Giselle. Created in 1959, this may be his most celebrated work....

  The Pillars of the Parthenon aren’t actually straight…     The NeXTcube wasn’t a perfect cube…     And the letters I type aren’t all dead flat to the baseline…     Every day, perceptive illusions are built around us because sometimes when something is constructed......