The Great Discontent posted a terrific in-depth interview with Paula Scher.
After that, I knew I had to start my own business if I wanted to keep moving. I was beginning to learn that if you get good at something and become known for it, then it’s time to change it. If you don’t, you’ll be stuck and people will get tired of it. You’ve got to grow. Sometimes that means putting yourself in a position where you might fail or do bad work for a while because you’re still finding yourself, but I’m prepared to deal with those sorts of periods in order to grow.
Great in-depth interview with Paula Scher
"That’s what affordances do. They operate on the boundary between sight and touch. You see a thing, often from a distance, and its affordances give you enough information to simulate, in your mind, the sensation of manipulating it."…
Finishing it now, great read.
November 3, 2011 at 11:52pm
December 21, 2010 at 5:33pm
Might be a small point, but Gruber is insightful as always.
December 2, 2010 at 11:34am
A screenshot-packed, 150 slides presentation I gave at Shenkar College of Design this week.
The thinking for a Living bookshelf is a stunningly simple page full of graphic design book links. It’s gorgeous and contains many worthy recommendations.