Font Management

Posted on Aug 30, 2013 in sketchnote

Photo of two adjacent signs posted to a construction site Oops! Looks like someone forgot to activate the correct fonts before sending the artwork to the printer. This is an easy mistake, but it’s always important to confirm if you’ve got the proper weights. Problems could be caused by: multiple copies of typefaces with slightly […]

Sketchnote: Man on the Move

Posted on Feb 26, 2012 in design process, sketchnote
Sketchnote: Man on the Move

Practicing drawing people in motion. These super simplified stick figures help give a sense of motion and are a quick-bad way to get thoughts on paper.

Sketch: Henna!

Posted on Feb 24, 2012 in sketchnote
Sketch: Henna!

Sketchnote: Faces

Posted on Feb 24, 2012 in design process, sketchnote, user research
Sketchnote: Faces

A little sketch of a bunch of different faces. It’s great to practice a range of hairstyles and facial expressions (next phase) for quick notes and demonstrations.

Sketchnote: flyer for meeting

Posted on Feb 24, 2012 in design process, sketchnote
Sketchnote: flyer for meeting

A little sketch for a poster I designed. I often made little sketches during meetings to identify key information and relevant imagery.