Weekly Digest vol.1
I constantly read, watch, and obsess over various design media and while I almost always share them on Twitter, I’d also like to have them on my blog as part of the narrative of things I’m looking at, thinking about, and exploring. I think there is some continuity here that I’d like to pay more attention to…
Inspired by some of my favorite newsletter that arrive weekly in my inbox, I’m going to try to post a weekly digest of all the things I’m reading, watching, and obsessed with, rather than post individual links and clutter up the feed.
With a drumroll then, may I present the first edition of my weekly digest:
What I’m reading:
The Women Running for President are Breaking the Rules of Branding, Deroy Peraza, Medium, 1.24.2019
You Care About Social Design. Make Others Care, Too. Gopika Setlur, Design Observer, 1.22.2019
How Florence Knoll Invented The Modern Office, Kelsey Campbell-Dollaghan, Fast Company, 1.29.2019
The Grand Budapest Hotel graphic designer on designing for Wes Anderson, Emily Gossling, It’s Nice That, 3.9.2015
This column will change your life: Helsinki Bus Station Theory, Oliver Burkeman, The Guardian, 2.23.2013
As a Luxury Sex Toy Industrial Designer, The Revoked CES Innovation Award Hit Too Close to Home, Ti Chang, Core77, 1.18.2019
What I’m watching:
What I’m obsessed with:
Graphic designer Miraphora Mina on the future of House MinaLima, Pottermore, 2.28.2017
Jessica Hische’s new Skillshare, Illustrated Lettering: Designing a Book Cover in Procreate. Check out my attempt here!
This thread about mass transit fabric: