I would like to highlight three of my latest Forbes articles (I also included a fourth from some weeks before) because I have added all of the art or graphic design within them. I also wrote and edited them entirely. The way being a Forbes contributor works is that if you are vetted and accepted... Continue Reading →
Robotics, automation and artificial intelligence are hot topics these days. Here I present some graphic design related to the theme of robots and manufacturing as well as articles they were used in on Forbes.
You may have read my previous post experincing virtual reality for the first time in terms of an experince beyond simply stereoscopic 3D. I was i spired to create some additional concept art of VR and gaming art or sci-fi in general as a result of this experience. in my previous post I actually included... Continue Reading →
Please note, I have edited and posted a modified verison of this blog post as an article on Medium as my first Medium article. I will also be updating this version as it had many typos and errors dur to being typed on an iPad’s touchscreen keyboard. Virtual Reality Defined Virtual Reality is something that... Continue Reading →
Logos are an interesting choice of work for graphic designers or any content creators. There are so many different ways to create logos, not to mention size varieties of font, and canvas or display area as well. Logos also come in all sorts of shapes and patterns. Some logos may just include text and a... Continue Reading →
[Please note] I have recently republished this story on Medium for a bigger audience. You may be aware that the Internet is not as free as you were once told. It started out pretty free or the idea behind it was connectivity with users around the world and no hassles of government interference or control.... Continue Reading →
As some of you who have been following my work or my portfolio may know, I used to write for a number of IT-related (enterprise or B2B) websites and media. They included Trainsignal (an IT coursework company that now is called Pluralsight or was bought out by them) and a network of enterprise B2B websites... Continue Reading →
So I have decided to launch a new website using a visual and drag-and-drop style of a web design interface called Weebly. The website is available here. It has been in the planning stages for months. I wanted a service site that is less of a personal site focusing on me, my ontent and resume,... Continue Reading →