Tag Archives: design

Q&A with Bob Gyles, Letterpress designer

 Bob Giles has been a print designer using the letterpress for many years. His dad was a printer and he worked at the Register Guard doing their printing before they went digital. He now has a small out-of-home print shop … Continue reading

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What Makes the Design for Snowfall So Good

I saw the Snowfall article at the beginning of September when it was released and gawked at the design and integration of multimedia with the rest of the journalism world. The beautiful moving gifs instead of photos, unique way of … Continue reading

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Why it’s so Good: Inspiring Design, Inspiring Writing

By Elizabeth McNamara People may believe that writing about home and home decorating mostly consists of “how-to” sections and ideas for the home. Home sections of magazines also has a great deal of design. Architectural Digest is more than a … Continue reading

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Four Best Designers to Follow on Twitter

Graphic designers and type designers are all over twitter. A lot of influential people in the business use twitter to connect the design community. I have found many people helpful to follow to see not only work being produced but … Continue reading

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Graphic Design on Twitter

There are many people out there tweeting about graphic design. One minor problem in tweeting about something artistic is it is hard to represent a piece of design in a tweet, so almost all of those tweeting on the subject … Continue reading

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Beat Blog on Graphic Design & Layout

I am looking to find writers, bloggers, and tweeters that discuss graphic design and layout. This should be a good experience for me because I do not know many who do write about this topic. One that I do know, … Continue reading

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University of Oregon Alumnis is “The New Now”

Architecture professors and faculty welcome back a former University of Oregon student who is taking the skills and knowledge he learned at the university and transforming the traditional ways of design. University of Oregon alumnus Thomas Kosbau returned to the … Continue reading

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Similar Communities, different coverage

A shift to web-first production has pushed traditionally print-only news publications to rethink the way they present news. As a result of this history, the approaches of such publications compared with web-only sites shows how organizations that think for the … Continue reading

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