Fortunately, the work of this physical therapist suggested all kinds of imagery, color schemes, and textures.
An infographic, destined for Facebook and the like, showing Neil Gaiman's "two out of three is fine" strategy of success in creative freelancing.
A silly little product mascot knocked it out of the park for an Aussie company.
At long last, it's shipped! It's quirky, it's patriotic, it's a lot of things. Use it in good health, America! You're welcome.
The busiest, most chaotic week of my life, when I made fun of Hillary Clinton's campaign logo with a font.
My last non-responsive website, for a grassroots environmental effort in the town of Bedford, New York.
Sometimes, oddly, free is the worst price for making a sale.
Sure enough, they were right: teaching enriches the teacher too.
Use this heart-shaped typeface, with my compliments. Happy Valentine's Day!
Starting a blog is easy. I've done it hundreds of times.
I take another whack at an existing infographic. The first of a series. This one is on the topic of tea.
When Sav-a-Tree needed a simple yet complete graphic of everything they knew about planting trees in suburban New York City.
My thoughts on Twitter page branding with the new Header feature.
What if we could re-design our alphabet so that similar sounds had similar letters? A design exercise.
I had fun crafting this interactive and informative ebook, pushing the limits of PDF.
Increasingly decreased: cropped and cropped and cropped.
The remaining customizable areas are skimpy, but usable.