thoughts & ramblings of an in-house designer
"It's been said that a picture is worth a thousand words. In the hands of the right designer, a word is worth a thousand pictures."
- Tony Di Spigna, Typographer and Distinguished Professor
I've often been told that one of the most important skills a designer should work on to become a better professional is writing. So this is a place to practice those skills.
About a year ago, I wrote a fun blog post for the Association of Registered Graphic Designers, an design organization of which I am a Provisional Member. Not only was it good fun to provide some content for the organization and get involved, but it was nice to have a project to research purely for the sake of design- something that you don't get to do very much outside of design school.
I thought I would share this post here for anyone who might be interested.
Read the Article Here
The Association of Registered Graphic Designers is Canada's largest professional Association for graphic design professionals, with 4,000 Members, including firm owners, freelancers, managers, in-house designers, educators and students.
Our Members span across the design disciplines engaged in developing effective communications, from editorial designers to motion designers, brand designers to environmental graphic designers, UX designers to information designers.