New ‘Raised on Ritalin’ pages are finally here! Thirty-nine of’em to be exact. This is part one of Chapter 4 and all of Chapter 5. I’m really happy with how this is turning out so far. Now the challenge is to finish up the full rough draft and find a publisher!
Sometimes I design things, Pt2: I also design a lot of posters for hours and events, as well as the MCAD SB’s logo (this is the most current one), and logos for our printing system that fit the college’s overall identity system. I also did a ‘family crest’ and its simpler variant that we had turned into patches for student staff.
It’s a great opportunity to practice and improve my design skills, and also just have fun and be creative as part of my job.
Sometimes I design things: I do a lot of ad-hoc, on-demand design work as part of my job at MCAD. Order forms, signage, etc. This summer I redesigned one of our pricing menus to look more like our brochure that a student designed a few years ago. I decided to re-design all of our order forms and signage to match.
It’s been a long time since I’ve posted anything, anywhere, about my work process. Now is a good time to talk about it because I’ve made some changes over the last couple of years. I’m going to skip the writing and/or thumbnailing process and just focus on the making of the actual pages.
The amazing @CoriDoerrfeld’s Leah and the Owl storybook app is now available. Tell all your friends with kids!! It’s a great early reader with lots of fun/silly interactive bits. Our daughter, Charli, did an awesome job providing Leah’s voice too!