A designer’s coffee table
I keep buying books about design, as you all know, but where I’ve deviated from my previous trajectory is now I’m buying books that you read as opposed to just looking at. This is why they’re all on my coffee table. I want to actually read them.
I’ve been working on a post for a while about what it’s like to learn responsive web design as a formally trained print designer. Once I finish writing, I’ll share it here. I haven’t done much writing on this blog, but a lot of what I’ve been reading has inspired me to voice what I’ve learned over the last five years (I’m starting my timeline with freshman year at RISD, which is when I officially switched from fine art to graphic design.)
Next Tuesday, September 17, marks my one year anniversary of working at Lookout as the Brand Designer. It’s been a fast year of learning!
And now I’m going to drink my RISD mug tea and read more of Ethan Marcotte‘s book Responsive Web Design.