Food and flat lay photography found this week on the web!Read More
I wrote this thing awhile ago, back when I was aiming toward a future as an environmental graphic design educator (strange how things always cycle back, huh?). Rummaging through old files as I relaunch Knowhere, I rediscovered it and realized it still holds true today.Read More
Years and years and years ago, I started a research project that became more of an obsession. Knowhere: finding ways to teach wayfinding was my attempt to develop education materials that would teach complex ideas of navigation behavior through direct observation. Now, I’m looking at it all over again.Read More
A quick look at cool stuff on the web.Read More
Some amazingly cool stuff I found while wasting time on the internet.Read More
originally found at Colossal
Designing for interaction does not have to live on screen. In fact, the best instances of interaction happen when you go old-school and let people ... interact with their surroundings.
In a recent re-installation of his 1949 Nowhere and Everywhere at the Same Time, artist William Forsythe hangs weighted bob points from thin string lines, and invites visitors to navigate through the resulting field without touching any of the bobs. The design is dynamically complex, made possible through a visually simplistic solution.
Cool stuff found while wasting time on the internet.Read More
New finds on the internet!Read More
Learning online is nothing like learning onsite. And neither is teaching.Read More
We can't know how to build a better online environment until we know why our previous efforts are still falling short.Read More