Interview with Donald Silwick

I recently chatted with Donald Silwick, a fellow designer. He is a marketing professional, blogger, and freelancer focusing on unique design and copywriting. He has been putting his talents to use since 2010 and has proudly served clients both domestic and international. Donald holds a BS in Communication Studies from Towson University and is currently [...]

The Introverted teacher

While I was catching up on blogs I follow before reality sets in and I finally HAVE to grade those darn stack of papers, I saw an interesting looking badge proclaiming “Introversion: Personal space is good for you” at Witty Title Here. I don’t know how many times I have had to explain this to my [...]

Here’s to the Summer!

  When I was going through my art stuff, organizing and finding pencils I can take to school, I found my old Gamestop badge. Back in college, I got a job there by total chance. I remember walking in and thinking like I was at a candy store. The assistant manager hired me almost instantly [...]

A Teacher’s Experience with Emergent Task Planner

About 2-3 weeks ago, I stumbled across David Seah’s new post on ETP or Emergent Task Planner. I am currently using a planner that I ADORE but for a while, I started feeling that something was really lacking. I kept making lists after lists of things to do, invaded by sticky notes and marred by [...]

Where there are no Daydreams.

My desk at work is usually clean. I like to see the deep wood color even though it’s obviously fake. I love to have color surround my space and white papers always have made me edgy.  I love color but I can’t seem to paint or do anything with it and white walls are so [...]