As I promised, today's finally the day when the next post comes live. Apparently, getting it all together took me a lot longer than I expected, but it's finally here! This post is going to be the first of the series of post explaining why I believe a well-designed document could not only be a matter of aesthetics, but sometimes can help you in your everyday life. This is also a presentation of my Master's degree thesis from 2009 when I was a student under professor Jan Nuckowski at the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow.
Let's go, then!
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The next post is going to be the first of the series of post on the subject of information design. I'll be showing you my approach to designing a system of documents. But can you really design a document? And, even if you could, why would anyone do that?
More to come soon!
#Update (30.03.2012): Apparently, lots of crazy (but fun) things are happening right now, so I wanted to apologize to all of you that I have kept you waiting for so long. I'll be updating the blog tomorrow, so come and visit!
I'm very happy to let you know that my logo was published in the new book by Rockport, LogoLounge: Master Library vol. 4: Type. I just got the book, so I wanted to share a little bit of my joy with you :)
Click through to see the published logo and read about the design.