People who love making things:
“I keep working as a ceramic artist, because I will I ever exhaust the possibilities of what clay can do.” Read more.
“My desire for a multifunctional bag went from something I wanted for myself to a business opportunity.” Read more.
“Since letters and signage have always been of interest to me, I was always surprised that there wasn’t more information available about sign painters…” Read more.
“It’s hard to feel uninspired after seeing so many people working day and night towards their own personal career goals!” Read more.
Closer Look: “Graphic Design for Non-Profit Organizations” made by Peter Laundy and Massimo Vignelli
“A sensible objective to bring more structure and professionalism to non-profit communications.” Read more.
“We try to keep the shop true to our personalities—that’s why items in our shop range from math-themed jewelry to abstract geometric designs.” Read more.
“There is something thrilling—and crushing—about finding just a little bit of an amazing vintage fabric.” Read more.
“Exciting and rewarding to work with a group of smart, talented, and dedicated people who believe in what we’re trying to do as an organization.” Read more.
“If you want to get real, you need to be tenacious and have a ton of courage. It’s not all pretty dresses and photoshoots.” Read more.
“When you’re making a book you have control over the design as well as the platform, because the book is its own platform.” Read more.
“We tried to strike a balance that allowed for discovery without driving the player to frustration.” Read more.
“I’m constantly learning. I think that’s what’s most appealing to me about design—we’re constantly forced to learn.” Read more.
“Both designers and writers wonder about people and their needs and motivations, and we take the time to log our thoughts.” Read more.
“What makes Hike different is that it’s a conference specifically for new designers.” Read more.
“I’m a really small, local business that focuses on handmade products. I think that’s a huge part of my branding and identity as a business.” Read more.
“We really feel that the tactile nature of letterpress-printed cards supports modern handwritten communication.” Read more.
“I experiment with analog materials as much as possible.” Read more.
“We are very focused on making the internet a better place. There is often a lot of negativity online. We see CentUp as a force for good…” Read more.
“I find so much personal reward and internal peace from making art that I cannot imagine my life without it.” Read more.
“To me, strategy is problem-solving effectively. Someone doesn’t hire me to maintain the status quo; they hire me to solve a problem, often in creative, inventive ways.” Read more.
“In order for everyone to do their best work, they need to feel like they’re on the same page.”
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