Category Archives: graphic design

Donation Form Template for InDesign

Today, I was looking for a form template that I could use to generate a donation form. I really dislike most forms because my handwriting isn’t 10pt font. This is a form optimized for accessibility: say hello to your over-50 … Continue reading

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Preparation for Freelancing/Job Searching

  This week in the Jobtrain Web Developer Coding Boot Camp, a visit from a representative of Samaschool. In this online training program, I’ve taken snippets–if source not stated, it’s copied from the program– out to develop into this year blog post to … Continue reading

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Desktop Wallpaper Calendar

I was thinking of doing a calendar of fun art, but then I was thinking that a waste of paper that is. If you just want to visit with my art daily, why not try some desktop wallpaper?

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One of a Kind Collector’s Edition Merch for Shelby

Toy Shelby product clip version 1: hand-drawn penguin, my favorite cartoon character (Shelby), using a Prismacolor Premier Brush Tip and some glue to affix it to the Modern Cube card clip. A Certificate of Authenticity: an Illustrator file with a complex-ish line then copied and rotated … Continue reading

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The Cabin Memory Book

My friends and I went to Crater Lake for a cabin get away. Lots of fun. My friend mentioned she scrapbooks for her friends, but not for herself. I thought I’d give her a little graphic designed treat. InDesign is … Continue reading

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To Do List, the Interactive PDF

After some mild success with using To Do List, a simple HTML checkbox and text field document, I found myself wanting to save the items (which everyone is wont to do, I realized). I still like the “no-login” situation, but yikes, … Continue reading

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(Anti-)Valentine’s Flyer

    A friend asked me to design a flyer for an upcoming dance, leaving room for the DJ’s name on the flyer. I started with word association and I was working on this other project that utilized a mad-lib … Continue reading

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