At the DDD Perth 2018 conference, I got to speak about using sketching to work things out and communicate ideas. Drawing, and showing drawings to others can be a bit confronting for non-artists, so here’s some tips about why it’s worth doing and how to approach it without fear.
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I love the idea of a future where tech can be an enabler, rather than an inhibitor, for people with different abilities. Being part of creating an accessible web has been an important part of my digital design work for some time now, so I jumped at the chance to attend the 2018 Perth Web … Continued
So it’s 2018! Okay yes, I know that it has been 2018 for almost two months now, and you’ve probably already bought a nice 2018 calendar ages ago. But just in case… here’s mine which you can download and print out for free! This has been on my to-do list for 6 months and even … Continued
Creativity takes courage. For me, this has meant making a jump from pens and paper to painting a mural, my first ever large scale piece.
I attended The Design Conference in Brisbane and took some digital sketchnotes on my iPad Pro – here’s how you can get started with sketchnoting.
Are you doing the 100 Day Project? The idea is to choose a particular action or thing to make, and to do it every day for 100 days.
Download this free planner calendar for December 2016, to print out and stay organised.
Learn the difference (and the overlap) between these three commonly confused terms. Yes there is a difference!
I’ve reworked this space to share more of my thoughts on lettering and calligraphy, and to work with companies looking for a hand lettering artist.
Letterpress has always felt like such an aspirational thing to me – so I tried a workshop to learn how to do it myself.
My first real hand lettering project has also been my longest running one – my own logo.