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My environment is fully decorated with pictures, books, posters, lamps, etc. It is very cluttered with items, some dirty, some clean. The environment is mine. This is the one environment where I can truly express myself. I smell Victoria Secret perfume. I feel safe and relaxed here. It is very familiar here. My textures around…Read more My best hello and hardest goodbye

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If you are needing a mean, lean, fast vehicle machine, then my low mileage 2013 electric blue mustang is the car for you. Okay, considering the color is baby blue, maybe it isn’t very “mean” looking, but it is everything else. The car definitely turns every head when driving by. Sadly, considering it’s a mustang…Read more Turn heads, buy ole blue

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Do you know someone who enjoys soft, fluffy pillows? Do you find it hard to tell the difference between types of pillows while shopping or at a friend’s house? Well that soft, fluffy pillow of yours or your friends can easily be understood if you just call it “squishy.” These are the types of pillows […]

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Close your eyes. Your desk wraps around you.  Closing you off from the outside world yet with enough space that you can breathe. You take a breath. The constant and comforting scent of old papers, dry-erase marker and your still unfinished bowl of soup from lunch wash over you.  You smile, stretching your feet out …

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I am constantly noticing when ads are effective or ineffective. These are some I think demonstrate some of the concepts…

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Today I was tasked with writing about how design is shown in every day life, so obviously I choose to go to the most magical place on earth: Disney World!In the photo on the left you can see an example of proportion in design. This etch-a-sketch in the Toy Story Mania line makes you feel like a child. It takes you back to the days when everything else felt so big and fantastical. Later in the day I saw Disney’s “The Music of Pixar: Live.” I noticed the set design used the concept of color in the

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The experience of playing these games was much more fun than I thought it would be. It might just be…

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Shoot the Serif was a fun game, and I very much enjoyed the reference to a great song.  I did find myself finding the differences between serif and sans serif as time went on. I have always had difficulty doing that!   Type War was fun as well, except I did horribly, and I am … Continue reading Typography Wars