Identity designer, madtastic idea maker, paper plane folder and co-founder of Thinkory—an award-winning identity design consultancy with a knack for crafting brilliant identities.
Identity design. Trust creation. Charismatic brands. Asking 'why?' (a lot).
Having more conversations with more creatives about identity design. Bringing some useful app ideas to life. World change. Just kidding. Kind of.
"If you can design one thing, you can design everything" —Massimo Vignelli; "Know enough to know you're right." —(Advice I gave myself); "Three is enough." —Sarah Mitchell, Australia
Jesus. 'Cause He hung out with the rejects and gave religion the smack-down. Oh, and He died for my sins. That was pretty boss.
Madtastic Idea-making. I can improve on just about anything.
I'm supposed to say something clever or ironic here, I just know it.
My wedding anniversary, my wife's birthday, my daughter's birthday, most commonly used keyboard shortcuts in Illustrator, how to fold a paper plane.
How to follow Jesus while properly sporting a Kangol cap. One of those two things will save your life.
I'll indicate when I've found one worth singling out as favorite. So many.
Ralston’s CreativeMornings activity
Kriston Capps In Defense of "Ugly" Buildings
"...I really felt that there was this significant part of my life when I really surrendered. I said, 'God, would you just put my life back together. I just want to serve you and I just want to honor you with how I live my life.' And there was this hope that was just instilled in me and I carried that into the concept for these bags."
"A master in the art of living draws no sharp distinction between his work and his play; his labor and his leisure; his mind and his body; his education and his recreation. He hardly knows which is which. He simply pursues his vision of excellence through whatever he is doing, and leaves others to determine whether he is working or playing. To himself, he always appears to be doing botth." –L.P. Jacks
Design your life in a way that allows you to serve others.
Stephen Kenn Furniture Designer
Lulu Miller Catapulting Chance into your Stupid Head
Michael Hulslander STEM to STEAM
HENSE Alex Brewer
Matt Rollins Iconologic
Rick Anwyl How to Survive this Crappy Economy
Laura Brunow Miner Why We Work
Anneloes van Gaalen Indie Brands
Pip Jamieson The Loop
Mig Reyes Backwards Advice
Michael Tavani Scoutmob
Keith Wilmot Making Ideas Happen.
Nothing in this world has ever been created without some aspect of bravery.
Alina Wheeler Ten Degrees of Bravery
When you're a craftsmen, mistakes are a part of the creative process.