Thesis is the death of tomatoes.
If you have a unique thought but someone has already thought it and you just don’t know it, is it still unique?
A look-back at my experience interning as a Summer Conference Ambassador.
Synchronicity and late night emails. How famous jazz musician John Coltrane might influence creative team building.
Are design practices pushing for defining design as problem solving for credibility and convenience? Since the very nature of design principles and practices resist definition (the definition is constantly shifting) does it make sense to strive to gain a seat at the table of problem solving?
I realized I hate blank space. So, I’ll draw first.
What happens when the “average man” takes the design process into his own hands?
If you need a new show to watch on Netflix, I highly recommend this one.
The constraint of boredom leads to creativity. Can mindless making be the best path to revolutionary thinking?
How an impromptu 2-mile bike ride around campus was the perfect reminder at the start of the semester.
Improvisation is a standard in theater, and common in practices like life drawing, but I think it should be used more with design principles.
A short poem inspired by a moment in studio
Last week we got the chance to see a once in a lifetime event as a total eclipse passed through southwestern North Carolina.
Get you a graduate cohort better than mine.
What happens when you put a graphic designer in a statistics course?
Artificial intelligence advances are accelerating and thus requires us, designers to start rethinking what will be the future of our field and profession.
Spoiler alert: I make terrible food choices. Don’t be like me.
This is a rant about professional treatment… and treating other fields/industries/professions the way you would want yours to be treated.
We created a set of rules of play in response to the provocation “What practices distinguish graphic design?”
In learning about the impact of technological networks on creative practices, a metaphor emerges for how to improve ourselves.