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Goodman and Walsh Take on Trump

As the final step of their 12 Kinds of Kindness project, Timothy Goodman, Jessica Walsh and a host of helpers walled off Trump Tower in New York City.

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40 Days of Dating: Will Opposites Attract?

She's a hopeless romantic in search of love while he is a serial dater who is well aware of his inability to commit. Designers Jessica Walsh & Timothy Goodman embark into dangerous territory — dating — and will document it all with art.

My Tech Start-Up Idea

A couple months ago a magazine I contributed to asked me a series of questions. One question asked, “If you were to create your own tech start-up, what would it be?” Co-authored with my favorite branding guru, Brian Collins.

Ten Things I Learned About the Election

. Can a designer effect political change? That’s one of the topics tackled in Steven Heller’s Citizen Designer: Perspectives on Design Responsibility, available at MyDesignShop.com.

Blue Bottom Babes

New York has the blues! Last month, like 75 percent of earthlings, I started a Tumblr. I wanted to document (and stalk) a certain NYC epidemic throughout my daily travels this summer. I call them “BBBs.” Since moving back to NYC in January, I couldn’t help noticing one specific thing as the weather turned...

New York vs. California

After a year and a half of living in San Francisco, I recently moved back to the only place I call home—New York City. It’s been almost four months since I quit my job at Apple, and left the branding/advertising world behind. I like to romanticize my newfound self-employment as if I’m a professional...

They Might Be Giants + Paul Sahre

With 22 years in the industry, no one has inspired my generation to bridge the gap between design and illustration more than Paul Sahre. His second floor studio above a Dunkin’ Donuts on 6th Avenue (see his brilliant business card in a previous post of mine), has been a safe house for interns, students,...

An Open Letter to Graphic Design Students: Don't Follow the Web, Follow Your Heart

Dear Student: As a new school year is upon you, you’re probably entering your junior or senior year at a design college somewhere. You’ve talked with your peers, consulted your advisors and finally picked the right design classes for yourself. Some of you may have recently graduated and are currently looking for a job. Either...