ASISTS Web Design

We have recently put the finishing touches on a web appliction for the New York State Department of Education. Developed in association with the Literacy Assistance Center in New York, the ASISTS site allows teachers to record the progress and history of students, and to be able to access this information and update it at… Continue reading ASISTS Web Design

Productivity Tip: Stop Constantly Checking Your e-mail

How many times do you check your e-mail every day? If you are like most e-mail users, your e-mail program is set up to check for e-mails every 5-10 minutes. That’s a whopping 48-96 possible interruptions per day respectively! That’s like the mail person giving you letters every few minutes throughout the day. Oh! here’s… Continue reading Productivity Tip: Stop Constantly Checking Your e-mail

Doing Your Identity Homework

Quark, makers of QuarkXpress just unveiled a new identity which is a really fresh departure from their old dusty 1980’s Quark logo. Unfortunately, It seems that their new brand is almost identical to that of The Scottish Arts Council.

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Usernames Are So 1996

I’m sure it’s happened to you at some point, you visit a website that you registered with, maybe your company’s healthcare provider, but you’ve totally forgotten your username and password. If you’re anything like me, you have a few usernames you’ve used over the years and a few passwords you might have used, but which… Continue reading Usernames Are So 1996

Creating a Solari Flip Clock for Free (kind of)

As a graphic designer living in New York on a limited budget, I am constantly looking into catalogs and magazines, and drooling over the well designed objects I might someday afford. The Aalto vases, the Eames lounge chairs with ottomans, the Akari Noguchi paper lamps¬†—¬†all these items ignite my interest, but their prices bring up… Continue reading Creating a Solari Flip Clock for Free (kind of)