by Molly Jacques Calligraphy. It’s an ancient art that has taken a contemporary twist over the past decade. If you’re engaged in any form of social media (hello, #inspirationalquote!), you have most likely seen glimpses of new school calligraphers push the envelope with a new spin on a historical technique (just […]
Post Tagged with: "Bamboo Stylus fineline"
by Valerie Seijas Infographics have had a renaissance over the past decade or so. While they certainly existed prior to 2005, a surge of social media and technological advancements has brought data and information to the forefront. Infographics tell a story with facts, making information more accessible to all. When […]
by Valerie Seijas Posters are a great (and often inexpensive) way to communicate with large-scale imagery. Illustrative or photographic, they’re a highly graphic medium used to draw attention, send a message, and decorate a space. From the music and movies to advertisements and travel, posters tell all kinds of stories. […]
by Valerie Seijas There are many simple joys in life — things like like watching clouds roll by or taking a nap on a rainy day. For me, creating patterns is one of them. Whether I’m warming up before a big project or winding down after a long day, designing patterns is […]
by Valerie Seijas What makes a day special? Cake? Fireworks? Sunshine? A simple call from a friend? All sorts of things can give an ordinary day some sparkle, but there’s one thing that sticks out to me as truly special: getting a card in the mail. There is something so […]
by Valerie Seijas Graphic facilitation (also called graphic recording, scribing, and sketchnoting) is the use of text and imagery to transcribe information in visual way. This style of communication is most commonly used in meetings and conference settings to record key messages, map company visions, or facilitate strategic planning sessions. […]