Making Time for Giving Back

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My experience with volunteering my design skills Like many people, COVID left me at a loss. I wanted to help, but had no idea how. I did my best to

Designing For Good: Universal vs. Inclusion vs. Equity Design

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While you might not know what these words mean, you have definitely seen them in action. You can watch Netflix documentaries with closed captions. You can adjust the contrast and

How to Support Black Creatives

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It’s time we put our money where our mouth is. Here is a list (not complete by any means) of organizations and black creatives for you to support. Follow them,
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5 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t DIY Your Logo

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Times are tough and everyone’s budget is even tighter these days, but you still need a logo for your business. I know it’s tempting to design your logo for yourself,

2020 Vision: Goals in the new year

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I am just going to come right out and be honest. I have hardcore SUCKED at keeping this blog afloat. I keep putting off posts that I need to write

Painting By Numbers

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This post is to share my story of how I became a painter. It was quite the journey and I feel that I can finally write about it since it

Getting in Gear

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Since I unveiled my new website, I’ve decided to revive my blog from the depths as well. The main reason that I’ve started again is because I feel like I’ve

Two Days in Toledo

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  A few weekends ago, my family made a weekend trip to Toledo to see its art museum. It was my first time visiting this museum. My mom, her boyfriend,

Farewell to Framing

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Last week was my last day as a Joann’s employee and as a framer. No hard feelings or anything, but I was ready to move on after getting hired as

Back in the Gallery

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After a few stressful weeks, I finally have some time to sit down and write. The holidays threw a bit of a wrench into my art schedule (after I just