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Less Is More   Thirty years ago today, I met the German industrial design pioneer Dieter Rams for the first time. Rams is famed for the creation of …

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I’ve been following the development of a voice activated computer device called Ubi since it made it’s kickstarter plea on August 13, 2012. Ubi’ promises to …

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Siren Elise Wilhelmsen’s Knitting Clock is quite a poetic way of recording the passing of time. This definitely made me smile.

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Lately I’ve found myself heavily considering the true value having a shared understanding of the UX practice will bring to an organization. When all your …

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Sugary, spongy and disturbingly attratctive to our Paleomammalian brains, the modern Peep (Peepus Diabetes Mellitus) is the penultimate expression of modern, chemically engineered goodness. Built …

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After six weeks or preparation, including three weeks of design and build time, the main warehouse gallery at the B Complex was set for one hell of …

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Dated, difficult to describe, quasi-musical, strangely compelling;  The 1973 film adaptation of Antoine De Saint-Exupery‘s book “Le Petit Prince” layers oddities on top of strangeness yet …

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There is a massive warehouse gallery/event space in the complex where I have my design studio.  It’s Fall and thoughts are turning towards upcoming all …

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Well, my massively awesome megalithic home computer up and died last week. It lived a good life by any measure.  It logged countless of hours …

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Completed March 2010, this piece is part of a triptych work I have in progress in my art studio. One of the companion pieces, Glare, has …

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I’ve used a portion of the time spent thus far building this blog considering options for presentation variations.  While there is a definite quantitative value …

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We went out to wander around the Marietta Street Art Fair over in the town square this afternoon. For the most part, the art in …

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In psychology, the term “heuristics” refers to simple, efficient rules, either hard-coded by evolutionary processes or learned, which have been proposed to explain how people …

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Dolphins creating and playing with air bubble rings.

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This weekend marks the beginning of the 2011 Burning Man festival on Nevada’s Black Rock Desert. I’ve been to 4 burning man events over the …

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I really do just absolutely love urban art experiments. It says a lot about a city and a community when, dispite all the negativity and …

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My most recent effort, entitled ‘Release the KRAKOOM’ is 60 X 36 X 1.5 inches, acrylic on canvas. I’ve been working on a series of single panel …

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Consider the impact all the recent tech innovations has had on your life. Can you imagine going a day without swiping through your touch screen …

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In mid October of 2010 I had the opportunity to participate in a UX/ID conference being held in Copenhagen, Denmark. By mere coincidence, that event …

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I’ve finally decided it’s time to start spending time and energy on getting my personal sites back up and running. I have a lot of …

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