Last Saturday I spoke at Sketch Camp here in Chicago, which is a yearly event focused on…what else? Drawing. Well to be more specific, there were all sorts of workshops on the ways and reasons to draw. Once could practice still life drawing, storyboarding, rapid prototyping, wireframing techniques, and graphic facilitation – which is a… Read more »
On Financial Habits
Why bother with any financial planning when you don’t have any funds to… plan? While this line of logic isn’t entirely sound, I understand it entirely. It’s easy to see how it becomes reality if someone is stuck in debt quicksand, or has negligible savings or an unsustainable income. Toss in a couple of kids,… Read more »
On Usage Terms
So a few of you know that I’ve got a Skillshare class on contract writing for creatives. It’s a short series of lectures the ins-and-outs on contracts, writing a scope of work, and what’s most helpful in these documents. Recently I’ve been getting more questions on usage terms and I wan’t to define them here… Read more »
How flabby is your brain?
Today, pretty flab-tastic. Illustration by Wendy McNaughton for an interesting Forbes article on how our brains benefit from exercise as much as our abs do. Forget beer-o-clock, it’s time to just go-outside-o-clock!
How to Say No Like a Boss – WMC Fest Talk
Turns out saying no to projects, unnecessary obligations, figuring out how to clear the plate, etc, is really hard because it means hitting pause for a second to zoom out to assess the bigger picture. Which can be nerve-wracking and if you’re like me, you’ll find all the excuses you can to avoid looking under… Read more »