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If you have an interest in design at all, one the first things you become aware of, graphically speaking, is type. Type on signs, type on billboards, type in ads and brochures, type everywhere. If you're brand new to design, this typographic awareness can be disconcerting.
Robin and I are in London for a couple of months while she teaches a module in the Shakespeare studies curriculum at a West London University, Brunel. Yes, Shakespeare, not design or typography. I know, she freaks me out too.
We've officially entered the year 2012 and our authors are already making their reading lists for the year. Find out what they plan to read and share your list, too!
Join author and photographer Tamara Lackey in an informative and inspirational Twitterview on January 31.
For the next couple of months we’ll be blogging from London. We’ve got a MacBook Pro, a MacBook Air, an iMac, two iPads, two iPhones, a UK Orange mobile phone, and the flat we’re renting has a decent Wi-Fi connection. If we can keep all the batteries charged up, we should be in good shape.
As The Steve Miller Band sang, “Time keeps on slipping into the future.” But is it really a good idea to have an automatic Time upgrade at this time every year?
On Wednesday, December 21, 2011, Pulitzer-Prize winning photographer Vincent Laforet sat down for a lively Twitterview (interview via Twitter) with @Peachpit. We’ve posted a transcript of the Twitterview so the inspiration, fun and words of wisdom can live on. Enjoy.
On Tuesday, December 20, 2011, Steve Simon, author of The Passionate Photographer, sat down for a lively Twitterview (interview via Twitter) with @Peachpit. We’ve posted a transcript of the Twitterview so the wisdom can live on. Enjoy.
Designers at any level of experience have at least this one thing in common: font-lust.
On Friday, December 16, 2011, Final Cut Pro guru Larry Jordan sat down for a lively Twitterview (interview via Twitter) with @Peachpit. It was fast. It was furious. It covered Final Cut Pro X from top to bottom. We’ve posted a transcript of the Twitterview so the wisdom can live on. Enjoy.