Art direction is to not flood with your style, but rather to extract the story the design wants to tell.
For those of you entering into the world of An Event Apart this April, you will have already seen this infographic. For those who are not privy to Vitamin T, as I was until now, take a look at their awesome interactive infographic. I’m in awe. I hope that I can start building infographics with as much layers as this.
Seriously, that is the phrase that has plagued my existence for the past 14 months. And the words uttered to me when this all started. I was 5 months pregnant. It probably wasn’t 2 weeks after finding out we were having a girl that I noticed this big, swollen gland on my neck. Not knowing what it was, I called the doctor and they had me come in that night. “Well, your thyroid is swollen.” Ok. “Good news is that if it is cancer, it’s the best kind to have... Read The Rest →
Last year around this time, I was contemplating a life challenge. That challenge turned into a 30 day challenge with at least 30 minutes of activity a day, in April. It was a great experience, which you can read entries through the 30 for 30 Challenge. This was a great challenge for me, as I learned a lot about myself. I always seem to let myself get in the way of activities in which I want to take part. It’s not that I don’t want to do them, it’s that... Read The Rest →
You can also view this on Girl Power Hour Sharing online isn’t a new concept however it continues to grow into this monster where everyone knows what you had for lunch, where you found those hot shoes for 50% off, who is selling the best vegan donuts and how to “put a bird on it”. We were taught to share with our friends as little kids and now we are able to not only share with them but with total strangers around the world! From a personal standpoint, I secretly... Read The Rest →