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18/03/21 Blog

[Field Trip] No-Code Ways to Support Your Community with Designer Sarah Lawrence

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Learn creative ways to support your local community and make an impact in this interactive FieldTrip with best practices and tools from Atlanta designer Sarah Lawrence.

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[Field Trip] No-Code Ways to Support Your Community with Designer Sarah Lawrence
08/03/21 Blog

Talking about COVID-19

It feels obvious to say that 2020-2021 have been pretty tough years, considering all we’ve had to deal with due to COVID-19. I was feeling isolated at the end of last summer and started asking questions informally on Instagram (which has a polls feature) to just get a simple read on how everyone else was feeling and holding up. To my surprise, 500 people ended up participating, and it led to some really helpful, healing conversations about loneliness and empathy.

 

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Talking about COVID-19
21/09/20 Blog

14 Chrome Extensions I Can’t Live Without

People think I’m a wizard with the internet, and I’m really not – I’ve just cultivated a solid list of Chrome plugins that make me feel like a wizard.

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14 Chrome Extensions I Can’t Live Without
17/09/20 Blog

5 Great Ways to Host Interactive Events Online

One of the weirder things to come out of this time of COVID-19 is the strong, immediate interest in hosting virtual events that at least sort of feel like you’re there. This can be tricky to do with online experiences, and so I’ve decided to help everyone out and put together this online guide based on what I’ve been able to do so far. Questions? Just leave a comment below!

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5 Great Ways to Host Interactive Events Online
07/08/20 Blog

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29/06/20 Blog

Video Games That Almost Anyone Can Play

I’m a latecomer to video games – maybe in the last few years or so, and since I skipped the Halo/Skyrim/mega franchises, I’m just not good at a lot of the 3D shooter games and have instead chosen to really dive into artful, loving crafted games instead (not that Halo… isn’t…).

In that time, it’s been tricky to find games that match my (low) skill level but also are challenging and fun to play and help me get better with every title – and the more I talk to my friends about games, I’ve started to basically keep a list in my head of good intro games for them. Here is (in order, on purpose) your intro to gaming.

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Video Games That Almost Anyone Can Play
26/11/19 Blog

10 Things to Keep in Mind when Renting a Studio Space

My main gig as a freelancer is graphic design, but I also love doing interactive public art projects, that mostly live as installation art – I’ve been working out of my own house and backyard for the past three years, but working out in the yard was tricky. It was tough to keep these big plywood pieces clean, out of the elements, and nice enough to continue to bring to events. This year I took on a new project that called for an even higher quality of presentation, and I felt that it was finally time to graduate to a studio space in my neighborhood. After 4 months, it was so bad I had to break my lease early and move out.

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21/02/19 Blog

Spare Snacks Rebrand

I’m working on a project with my interns that helps them build their writing skills. Here’s the fourth one, by Natalia: a recap on the new Spare Snacks rebrand.


Spare Snacks, formerly Spare Fruit, is the type of company you should want to support just on principle.  The whole concept behind the snack is that it uses fruit that is deemed “the wrong shape, size, or color” and dehydrates them and then turns them into chips. The aim of the company to raise awareness of food waste in general, but specially in the UK.

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Spare Snacks Rebrand
16/02/19 Blog

ZARA Rebrand

I’m working on a project with my interns that helps them build their writing skills. Here’s the third one, by Natalia: a recap on the new ZARA rebrand.


ZARA: where fast fashion meets marked up prices. Personally, I never fully got the hype of ZARA, and that’s okay. I like that they bring European style to the world, and I dislike the quality and price of the clothes. As a brand, I’ve never really given them much thought.

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ZARA Rebrand
01/02/19 Blog

National Museum of Iceland Rebrand

I’m working on a project with my interns that helps them build their writing skills. Here’s the second one, by Natalia: a recap on the new Museum of Iceland rebrand.


The National Museum of Iceland, located in the capital city of Reykjavík, is devoted to highlighting the country’s culture and history. Before it got its own building in 1950, the museum was housed in different attics across the city. Since its establishment, the museum was renovated in the 1990s, and now features permanent collection on Iceland’s history, and iconic contemporary works. Now, thanks to a new identity designed by Jonsson & Lemacks and Siggi Odds, the National Museum of Iceland has a new look.

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