An Exploration into Design + Marketing.
Have you ever noticed a flash horror and disgust in your designer’s twinkling eye when you speak the phrase “Comic Sans”? Does your designer start sweating profusely, give you a sarcastic smirk, or start choking violently at the utterance of these syllables? These are normal side effects for a graphic designer experiencing the situation. But why such a violent, defensive, primal response to the font? What is about this friendly, sweet and innocent typeface you’ve grown to love and cherish over time that invokes such a volitile viscreal reaction? What is torturing this individual so about this font?
One of the daily challenges I face working at home is balancing work and life. This is especially hard now that my husband and I work for the same company. Sometimes our pillow talk seems more like a brainstorming session rather than a wind down from the day. Luckily, we’re not in the same department and don’t report to one another. (I believe this is essential to our success—one is not the boss of the other.) So when the line blurs between the home life and work life how do you better define it?
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