Continuing on with my series of typographic symbols… Ligatures. … (4/7) I ♥ Typographic Symbols: Ligatures
Portland is known for amazing food trucks, but here is another type of project held from the back of a truck that I think is simply amazing. Kyle Durrie, a letterpress printer from Portland and the proprietor of Power and Light Press says this about her project… … Moveable Type Mobile: Not redundant, just awesome!
These are just a few images from projects that I created while attending Oregon State University’s Applied Arts and Graphic Design Program… … A few work samples from a previous life.
Naming computer files thoughtfully is much more important than people think and it’s never too late to start doing it better. Improper file names can cause problems when you transmit files to other people or upload them to an online service, it can wreak havoc to archived files and make it much harder to find things later. Often, you won’t even know that the file name is the issue when you get a strange error message about a file. … Learn to Name Your Files
Continuing on with my series of typographic symbols…Apostrophes and Primes. … (3/7) I ♥ Typographic Symbols: Apostrophes and Primes
This week I attended an all day professional program called “Mailpiece Design Professional Program” held by the Greater Portland Postal Customer Council (GPPCC) and led by a USPS employed trainer/speaker. Firstly, I’d like to say that the event was beautifully planned and presented. … Business’ Still Do Mailings…
Client: Beaverton Area Chamber of Commerce Annual Golf Scramble
Format: 2-Color A6 tri-fold invitation with matching envelopes
Purpose: Help the golf committee invite people to play in this golf tournament.
Special Considerations and Tips: When you are having any sort of folded piece fabricated, its very important to be specific and touch base with your vendor regarding the fold. Here the piece was designed as a Z-Fold, not a traditional C-Fold.