Design

How Symbols Shape Us

The recent Black Lives Matter movement has reignited conversation about historic statues and other symbols across the United States. The passion sparked when discussing statues of leaders who perpetuated racism and colonialism demonstrate how significant and powerful symbols can be. They represent the stories we decide to tell and become an extension of the community. […]

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Little Boxes On The Hillside

What does Showtime’s hit TV series, Weeds, possibly have in common with the business of online design and brand marketing? Let’s start with a song. Malvina Reynolds drove through the suburbs of 1960’s Daly City, California and saw rows upon rows of identical tract houses.  Struck by the lack of visual distinction among houses and […]

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Apple Realizes the World is Becoming Flat

At yesterday’s Apple Worldwide Developers Conference, the company unveiled laptops with longer-lasting batteries, high-powered desktops that look like sleek rubbish bins and evidence that the era of light flares and drop shadows may be mercifully coming to an end. Apple didn’t invent skeuomorphism but boy did they ever embrace it. Here’s a typical iOS 6 […]

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