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Learning Through Stealing: How to Become Better At Your Craft

This past weekend, I had the great privilege to speak to a group of incredible creators/designers/makers at WordCamp Ann Arbor (#WCA2). We packed out a small room at the University of Michigan and I spoke to them all about how to become a better designer through the art of stealing. WordCamp New York is This […]

100 Days of Fonts

100 Days of Fonts is a personal project by S.F. based designer Do-Hee Kim. It’s pretty awesome site that really showcases great uses and fort combinations of google fonts! check it out: 100daysoffonts.com

Speaking: Typography & User Experience

I had the great pleasure of speaking on Web Typography and User Experience at WordCamp San Francisco this year. Check out the video and the slides! Typography and User Experience – WCSF from Sara Cannon

Homeless Fonts

An incredibly powerful combination of typography and a cause, HomelessFonts.org takes the handwriting of the homeless and turns them into typefaces. These typefaces are then sold to support the Arrels Foundation, who is working on getting people off the street. The symbolism of the personal hand drawn street begging signs turned into an actual source of real aid is quite […]

Smart Design & More at WordCamp Chicago

This weekend Range is at WordCamp Chicago! As a team, we were on a panel today about “How to do big things with a small team” and then I gave a solo talk on “Smart Design.” Check out the slides below and I’ll post when the video is up. Looking forward to more talks tomorrow! […]