If Loving a Font is Wrong, Then I Don't Wanna Be Right.
I'm always amazed at how many interactive designers know nothing about typography. Of course, I shouldn't be surprised. In a world of seizure-inducing banner ads and 600-layer Photoshop collages, studying the subtle differences in slab-serif typefaces like Memphis and Rockwell may not get me my own spread in Trendy Interaction Monthly. But that won't stop me from trying.
I've always believed that all one-trick ponies eventually wind up at the glue factory. Which is why, while many of my fellow grad students were using their electives to take yet another programming or web design course, I ventured over to the graphic design department for a demanding dose of typography and advertising design. The fruits of that labor are showcased here, along with any other work that just doesn't fit into one of the other personas that make up this site.