Monthly Archives: March 2011

On Maharishi’s Global Family Chat

Today I had the pleasure of reporting some of our department’s news on the global daily Webcast Maharishi’s Global Family Chat. Here are links to some of the news items that I mentioned: Saving the Disposable Ones, which was directed … Continue reading

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Wissile’s new iPad

Wissile, who is a terrific student in my Web design class, waited in line at the Apple Store in Des Moines for hours yesterday and succeeded in buying an iPad 2 before they sold out. He made a brief video … Continue reading

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Creating Layers of Meaning with Color, Type, and Imagery

Today in class we’re exploring how you can build hierarchies of meaning that echo the theme of your Web site by orchestrating texture, tone, position, scale, and color to highlight the meanings of the type and imagery in the site. … Continue reading

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The Power of Rhythm

In class recently we looked at how important rhythm is in changing the meaning and feeling of what you want to show. In order to create balance, we need to keep in mind figure and ground, colors, layers, etc. Here … Continue reading

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Websites for Internships

This new site helps you look for internships in various fields all over the country: The Sierra Club says this is the best internship on earth: Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook share via Reddit Share with … Continue reading

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