I am researching side projects for an upcoming talk and was wondering if you can think of any personal side projects of fellow designers and developers that I might forget:
I am thinking of projects like my CreativeMornings or Teuxdeux. Then there’s Coudal’s The Deck, JewelBoxing and Fieldnotes. And then there’s Frank Chimero’s The Shape of Design, or Jessica Hische’s Daily Dropcap, Squared Eye’s Patterntap and so on.
What side projects would you add to the list?
Oh, I just thought of more:
Authenticjobs (was originally a side project)
Mar 18th, 2011 / 3:57 pm
I’m pretty sure 30DAYSOFBIKING is a side project.
Mar 18th, 2011 / 3:59 pm
I just recently learned about this great project by Aymie Spitzer:
Mar 18th, 2011 / 4:00 pm
If you will accept the “to be launched in the next few weeks”, I’ll add Paper Doll Pinups (http://www.paperdollpinups.com) to your queue.
Paper Doll Pinups is a burlesque & vaudeville stationery & paper goods company. It’ll sell everything from notebooks to posters, stationery for love (and hate) notes to book marks, pens, greeting cards, etc.
I’m a storyteller first, designer second, so the branding of the company has given rise to a quasi-fictional town, Peyroux. Various collections within Paper Doll will be based on characters and businesses in Peyroux.
The transition from start to current is:
1. “Oh this would be cool.”
2. “And could give us an opportunity to really experiment.”
3. “Huh, getting a little atten–”
4. “–oh holy crap.”
5. “AHH!!!! WEEE!!!”
The project has blossomed from a small idea to create a bit of mischief to the largest project I’ve ever attempted.
Mar 18th, 2011 / 4:01 pm
Svpply and Lookwork and The Book Cover Archive
Mar 18th, 2011 / 4:04 pm
The Curiosity Club is one of my favs.
is one I attend regularly.
I’ve been doing a series of “Boring conversations with interesting people” or “Pole Conversations” walking conversations with a camera attached to a pole (soon to be on a tandem bike) at
There are so many side projects…
Mar 18th, 2011 / 4:05 pm
My side projects… hope you like?
Mar 18th, 2011 / 4:08 pm
Side project by Floyd Hayes turning hilarious spam misspellings into buttons and pins:
Mar 18th, 2011 / 4:09 pm
Teehan & Lax Design – http://www.tweetmagapp.com/
Mar 18th, 2011 / 4:10 pm
Taking sketchnotes of basically every talk I attend:
Not only seeing faces in things, but giving them a name and little tweetable story:
Mar 18th, 2011 / 4:13 pm
The Hello Project
Mar 18th, 2011 / 4:13 pm
4ormat ( http://4ormat.com ) and Vidque ( http://vidque.com )
Mar 18th, 2011 / 4:17 pm
My side projects:
Photokapi – http://photokapi.com
Photo a day project (currently at 400+ days)
People Lipsum: http://sagersweb.com/projects/peoplelipsum/
An easy way to create name, address, phone number test data for a database, website etc.
Mar 18th, 2011 / 4:20 pm
Some stuff I’m working on with Analog, Studiomates, or friends:
PHP Advent (phpadvent.org)
Brooklyn Beta (brooklynbeta.org)
Other stuff I can think of:
24 Ways (24ways.org)
New Adventures (newadventuresconf.com)
The Manual (alwaysreadthemanual.com)
There’s lots more, but developers tend to release tools and libraries that aren’t really complete projects. Most open source software begins life this way, and the entire web stack of a lot of the biggest sites is open source software. (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP, etc.)
Mar 18th, 2011 / 4:22 pm
Ji Lee’s Bubble Project – http://www.thebubbleproject.com/
He also gave a great talk on personal projects at the 99% conference – http://the99percent.com/videos/6231/Ji-Lee-The-Transformative-Power-of-Personal-Projects
Mar 18th, 2011 / 4:23 pm
Method & Craft ( http://methodandcraft ) was just launched by Phil Coffman ( http://philcoffman.com )
Mar 18th, 2011 / 4:26 pm
A side project I launched a few weeks ago: On Your Way Here (www.onyourwayhere.com)
Mar 18th, 2011 / 4:31 pm
My own Educate the Clients! (http://educatetheclients.com) would count.
Mar 18th, 2011 / 4:34 pm
Project 10 – Not my project however I did contribute.
Steve Price’s personal project to publish a newspaper for 10 months filled with ideas and work from leading creatives, peers and friends all over the world. http://designweak.com/project10/
Mar 18th, 2011 / 4:53 pm
Mar 18th, 2011 / 5:02 pm
I think these are all side projects:
Method & Craft
Mar 18th, 2011 / 5:11 pm
Elevator View (http://www.elevatorview.com) – architectural photos of NYC taken from above the street. @kirstenbutler called it, “a website celebrating urbanity and its elevated perches.” (http://twitter.com/#!/kirstinbutler/status/37239914487611392)
Mar 18th, 2011 / 5:33 pm
My friend Joe King’s two projects:
Poster Cred http://workofwaves.com/poster-cred/
Security Patterns http://workofwaves.com/security-patterns/
Mar 18th, 2011 / 5:52 pm
Here’s a couple:
Neven Mrgan’s “The Incident” – http://bigbucketsoftware.com/theincident/
Tim van Damme’s “The Box” – http://thebox.maxvoltar.com/
Andy McMillan’s “The Manual” – http://alwaysreadthemanual.com/
Sam Brown’s “Endorse” – http://endor.se/
Mar 18th, 2011 / 5:58 pm
Mar 18th, 2011 / 6:01 pm
Brian Singer and the 1000 Journals project?
Mar 18th, 2011 / 6:59 pm
A side project at Ohio State:
20UX. Twenty students. Twenty experiences.
Mar 18th, 2011 / 7:15 pm
http://designeast.eu is side project of mine ;-)
Mar 18th, 2011 / 7:15 pm
Desandro’s Masonry and Isotope.
Mar 18th, 2011 / 7:37 pm
Mar 18th, 2011 / 8:10 pm
Notologist is a project where we leave notes around and see who writes us back.
Mar 18th, 2011 / 8:38 pm
collaborative weekly conversations:
Mar 18th, 2011 / 8:44 pm
We’ve been selling typography and design related t-shirts for several years now. “I like your type” and “I see the futura” are some of the examples. http://www.reactorfactory.com
Mar 18th, 2011 / 9:24 pm
I believe that Stanley Hainsworth’s design studio has a cool little store and event space in the front.
Mar 18th, 2011 / 9:26 pm
I recently started a poster project called FELT, minimalistic illustrations of Bible stories. http://feltproject.com
Mar 18th, 2011 / 10:58 pm
In late 2009, Grant Hutchinson, Luke Dorny and Carolyn Wood and I started a little side project to create and curate a range of high-quality typographic products with a bit of an educational bent to them. It’s still a side project, but has taken off even more than I originally expected and has been featured on the FontFeed, Under Consideration’s FPO site and many, many others. You can take a peek at Ligature, Loop & Stem. For us, the best part is that we’re just getting warmed up and have some ambitious ideas in the works.
Mar 18th, 2011 / 11:01 pm
I guess photography “side projects” are too far off the course? I’m a commercial photographer, but I’ve started a side project of portraits of offbeat/interesting characters in my town. I started a new domain for it, to keep it separate from my commerce site.
Side Project: http://MyDayWith.com
Mar 18th, 2011 / 11:06 pm
Some of my side projects:
http://theymakemusic.com – interviews with musicians focusing on the tools that shape their sound
http://fridgemania.com – a collection of creative photos with refrigerators
http://officefridges.com – documenting the inner lives of office fridges
Mar 18th, 2011 / 11:39 pm
sounds like a non-sense question. would be interesting to see side project that designers do with a complete different scope or industry…
for a designer everythign is a side project as long as it doesnt became a full time project…
Mar 19th, 2011 / 12:13 am
I have a personal travel based photography project > http://www.travellingteadom.com
Hope you enjoy :)
Mar 19th, 2011 / 4:18 am
I’m not sure my side projects will fit perfectly in your list, however, here they are:
Mar 19th, 2011 / 6:48 am
Designers: [email protected]
Run Stereohype and create wonderous books like their new one http://www.3d-type.com with Laurence King
Mar 19th, 2011 / 7:23 am
AlphabetGoods.com (a.k.a alphabetplates.com) that you graciously profiled November 2009 was a side project – (My design firm is twaincreative.com) – and thanks to your posting it has shipped goods to customers in 29 countries thus far. All designers should consider projects where they design once, and sell the design (or object) multiple times.
Mar 19th, 2011 / 9:08 am
How about Lose It or Lose It? It’s been a labor of love for a couple years now and has helped me lose 80 lb!
Mar 19th, 2011 / 9:40 am
Designers: 2Creatives (www.2creatives.com)
We run Designers Against Human Rights Abuse (DAHRA) http://www.dahra.org
Mar 19th, 2011 / 9:45 am
Hmm, I think someone could easily make a side project out of catalogging all these side projects, along with some personal stories of how they came about. This growing list right here in the comments shows all kinds of passion and personal commitment. I have enjoyed checking many of them out.
But does the term “side project” even hold as much water as it used to? While for most people, it refers to a project you don’t get paid for but instead do out of a passion for your craft, there are plenty of side projects that generate income and opportunity usually associated with “primary” projects. Many folks I know could be described as working on a series of side projects, devoting time and resources to whatever project is on the front burner. Between consulting, freelancing, and bootstrapped startups, I’ve come to observe that the most productive and successful types don’t really see a “side”..rather, it’s all “primary”.
Mar 19th, 2011 / 10:15 am
I have you check out Drool Incorporated yet?
I heard that it was a project by Kevin Amter, the creative director and author of Minds For Rent. I believe he’s fairly well known in the industry.
He has a pretty cool logo for Drool Inc on his web site too.
I follow his group Advertising Freelance on Linkedin.
Hope that helps!
Mar 19th, 2011 / 11:49 am
Love Carolyn Sewell’s postcard series.
Last year’s Postcards to my Parents: http://postcardstomyparents.com/
And she’s now compiling Postcards to my Peeps: http://www.flickr.com/photos/pedestriantype/sets/72157625740610822/
Mar 19th, 2011 / 12:06 pm
The 12 FIFTY TWO Initiative:
Mar 19th, 2011 / 1:39 pm
Method & Craft / http://methodandcraft / a side project between Phil Coffman and Noah Stokes.
Mar 19th, 2011 / 4:19 pm
I started http://www.VisualizingEconomics.com as a side project five years ago. Now trying to make it my full-time job.
Mar 19th, 2011 / 4:58 pm
How about Mark Boulton Design’s Five Simple Steps – their book publishing venture?
Mar 19th, 2011 / 6:26 pm
Eric Hoffman’s CSS3 generator is a brand new side project that’s way useful to any front end dev.
Mar 19th, 2011 / 7:27 pm
Jason Kottke is working on http://stellar.io/
Mar 19th, 2011 / 9:49 pm
Designspiration. Side project of Shelby White (Wanken) – http://designspiration.net/
Mar 19th, 2011 / 10:46 pm
Hexday.com is very much a side project, makes no income, is there for the pure love of making something people use. You featured it 2 years ago. :)
Mar 19th, 2011 / 11:01 pm
http://designspiration.net/ is well worth the look
Mar 19th, 2011 / 11:49 pm
Mar 20th, 2011 / 12:22 am
—Side project by Dan and Mike,
Mar 20th, 2011 / 6:19 am
the Movie title stills collection
Mar 20th, 2011 / 9:36 am
Didn’t dribbble start as a side project?
Mar 20th, 2011 / 10:05 am
Illustrated type collection, on-going side project type thing of mine…
Mar 20th, 2011 / 11:28 am
My latest postcard endeavor:
A yearlong project that finished up last year: http://www.postcardstomyparents.com
Mar 20th, 2011 / 1:16 pm
Pecha Kucha is originally a side project of Klein Dytham in Toyko….
and one of the furthers reaching ones I would dare to say!
Mar 20th, 2011 / 2:43 pm
This is our side project: appnest.com
A solution for the distribution of iphone applications for beta-testers and company.
Mar 20th, 2011 / 3:02 pm
If you want current: The Chamomile Tea Party posters (bringing calm to American political discourse): http://chamomileteaparty.com
After last week’s Time magazine cover story on personal data I remembered a project I did on eBay in 1999: I auctioned off my personal demographics: http://outtacontext.com/ebay/ebay.html
My Tweet Tooth: http://outtacontext.com/twitter After a twitter follow from an endodontist while I was waiting to be evaluated for a possible root canal I decided to tweet my dental procedure live to an audience of dentists from across North America –this project is rated G for those of you who blanch at the thought of any dental procedure).
Mar 20th, 2011 / 3:47 pm
Magazine Covers Collection on http://www.matterprinted.com . Hope you like it!
Mar 20th, 2011 / 5:43 pm
my two sideprojects are:
helping people in zurich to find an appartement, started as a free mailinglist in 2001/2 (cant remember the exact date) and was transformed into a mailinglist with a one-time subscriptionfee in 2006
my childrens project, launched in 2004
Mar 21st, 2011 / 2:00 am
How about Etre’s (www.etre.com) gloves?
Mar 21st, 2011 / 5:21 am
RePrint by Glenn Garriock – http://www.re-print.me
Mar 21st, 2011 / 5:42 am
The Santa Claw was an amazing example of collaboration to make something very REAL happen in a world where design is often very intangible. People all over the world use FB intergration to get “in line,” and hours later get to play a REAL, huge claw machine. And if they win a prize, THEY WIN A PRIZE! (I dreamed about it last night. For reals.)
Mar 21st, 2011 / 7:08 am
Broader URLs rather than shorter ones:
“Embrace and propagate your convictions every time you send or publish a link. Because you don’t always need your short URLs tiny, but you want them to tell the world what you believe in.”
Mar 21st, 2011 / 8:01 am
Nicolas Felton has his always amazing Annual Reports that spawned his app. Daytum for tracking your data.
Mar 21st, 2011 / 9:05 am
I was just browsing your flickr set. Really great side project!
Mar 21st, 2011 / 9:22 am
We design and develop client sites. Then one day three years ago we made Doodlers Anonymous. Now we are over 3,000 members of the art community and just dd a great collaboration with Blik :)
Mar 21st, 2011 / 11:32 am
My personal side project:
Mar 21st, 2011 / 11:54 am
Just announced to the world last week – Bound Custom Journals: You pick the content (maps, lined/grid/blank paper, calendars, etc.), we make your personal custom journal.
Right now, still just getting our prototypes sorted, but hope to begin shipping later this year.
Mar 21st, 2011 / 11:57 am
Obsessed about collecting old cameras, making camera related art and finding cool resources, inspiring photographers, and must-have cameras to share. (released all this needed a home of it’s own outside of my regular design work, so I started Cameraluv in 2008)
Mar 21st, 2011 / 11:57 am
This personal project helped me get a lot of work:
Make Something Cool Every Day http://mrkwvr.com/#210072/Make-Something-Cool-Every-Day
Mar 21st, 2011 / 12:02 pm
Your Business Card Sucks – http://www.yourbusinesscardsucks.com (a blog about business cards)
Mar 21st, 2011 / 12:03 pm
The Art of the Title
Mar 21st, 2011 / 12:06 pm
My personal side project:
Mar 21st, 2011 / 12:06 pm
We are a design agency and we:
run a graphic art gallery Ship of Fools
A festival that celebrates typography
A festival that celebrates analogue techniques
And we sometimes publish out own designs
Just for the fun of it! :)
Mar 21st, 2011 / 12:14 pm
My main projects turned into side projects and my side projects turned into my main projects and then they all fed into teaching… It is all nebulous up in here and I love it.
Daily Drawings: http://katebingamanburt.com/daily-purchase-drawings
Other People’s Music: http://katebingamanburt.com/other-peoples-music
Mar 21st, 2011 / 12:39 pm
10 ANSWERS serves up daily interviews with creative minds from around the globe.
Mar 21st, 2011 / 12:54 pm
I am a designer and this is my side project…www.coolshityoucanbuy.com
Mar 21st, 2011 / 1:29 pm
I never would’ve imagined my side project Logo Design Love would turn into a book. There’s the slightly more recent Identity Designed, too, which is a pleasure editing.
Good luck with the talk.
Mar 21st, 2011 / 5:30 pm
Mar 21st, 2011 / 5:49 pm
What a great group of people and projects!
Mar 21st, 2011 / 7:34 pm
Nate Burgos of http://www.designfeast.com sent me an amazing list of side project urls. Here you go:
The Ladies of http://quitestrong.com
Thinking for a Living by Duane King, Shane Bzdok, Antonio Carusone, Frank Chimero, Ian Coyle » http://www.thinkingforaliving.org
Design Facts by Shane Bzdok » http://bit.ly/e0b9yr
Exhibit “Celebrate People’s History!” by The Groundswell Collective » http://bit.ly/fW6j92
Sheepless Nation! States of Independents Project Videos by Scott Ballum of Sheepless » http://bit.ly/caWjtI
4format and Vidque by Lukas Dryja, of Kolor and Form & Method, and Team » http://4ormat.com, http://vidque.com
Unify by Andy Rutledge and Team of Unit Interactive » http://unify.unitinteractive.com
Dribbble by Dan Cederholm of Simplebits, Rich Thornett with high-school phenom Bruce Spang » http://dribbble.com
“The Personal Page” by Naz Hamid of Weightshift » http://weightshift.com/memo/the-personal-page
Method & Craft by Phil Coffman, Noah Stokes, Trent Walton » http://methodandcraft.com
Symbolicons by Jory Raphael of Sensible World » http://symbolicons.com
Cutsheet Project by Scout Regalia » http://bit.ly/dRXuKE
Phoot Camp and Eat Retreat by Laura Brunow Miner of Pictory » http://phootcamp.com, http://eatretreat.net
Colosseo Letterpress Poster by Cameron Moll » http://colosseotype.com
Fifty and Fifty by Dan Cassaro » http://statemottosproject.com
The Case & Point by Abi Huynh, Grace Partridge and Ross Milne of Working Format » http://thecaseandpoint.com
The Web Therapist by Lizy Travis of ScribbleTone » http://www.thewebtherapist.com
Former Kickstarter Project “Cadence & Slang”, a “small book about interaction design”, by Nick Disabato » http://cadence.cc
Web Development Project Estimator by Matt Everson of Astuteo » http://estimator.astuteo.com
Web and Podcasts by Dan Benjamin of 5by5 Studios which started as a Side Project » http://5by5.tv
Camp Firebelly and other Endeavors by Firebelly Design » http://firebellydesign.com/about/endeavors
New Ketubah: “Handcrafted Modern Ketubah Design” by Tsilli Pines » http://www.newketubah.com
Type Union by Garret Voorhees and Andrew Lakata » http://typeunion.net via @Reserves
Daring Fireball, which started as a side project, and other Projects by John Gruber » http://daringfireball.net, http://daringfireball.net/projects
Mar 21st, 2011 / 9:47 pm
Wow, these are definite inspiration to keep working on side projects!
I’m doing http://yogoer.com, a directory of the yoga etc in NYC.
http://typedia.com is a side project, right?
And there are a lot of iPhone Apps: Exit Strategy, NYC Way, Trees NY… Does it only count if you have a full time job, or don’t make a living?
Mar 21st, 2011 / 11:13 pm
Ligature, Loop and Stem is a beloved side project for me, (along with Scott Boms, Luke Dorny, and Grant Hutchinson.) I started a magazine called The Manual with Andy McMillan.
It may turn out to eventually be more than a side project, but I’m working with John Boardley of ilovetypography.com to start a journal of typography called Codex. We’re deep in it now, and it will be about 8”x11″ and around 144 pages, so quite sizable. It keeps inching over from its place on the side. :)
Actually, working as Acquisitions Editor at A List Apart is a side project for me, rather than being my job. We’re a pretty passionate group there and it has been going for so long (long before I arrived there 3 years ago) that most people probably don’t even consider that for many of us, it’s “a side project.” What do you call a “side project” that has become an institution of sorts?
I have a few others in the planning stages, but that’s the thing about side projects: they often start out as a dream. You’ll find out along the way if the community loves it and supports it and it becomes more than a side project, or if you’ll continue to love it even if only some other people do, or even if you’ll really sit down and do the work and make it happen. Then there are the lists of “someday projects” that suddenly turn into “todays.” Sometimes all you really need, aside from that inner drive and love, is someone else to come along who has the talents you don’t, and suddenly you’re in the thick of it, instead of just peeking, every once in a while, at scribbles on a piece of paper.
I look at “side projects” and see a lot of what I’d call “love” propelling many of them.
Now I’ll have to set aside time this week to investigate everything I see on this wonderful list that’s new to me.
Mar 21st, 2011 / 11:39 pm
my Culinaesthete (new magazine of stories + food) launches next week and is a side project: http://culinaesthete.com/blog
Mar 22nd, 2011 / 8:11 am
My favorite designer and friend Jarrett Green turned his need for researching the obscure into a informative and fun project.
Plus his illustrations are the best.
Mar 22nd, 2011 / 9:44 am
“Petali Rossi” is a project aimed at promoting the protection of human rights, dialogue and experience sharing.
with this projec we collect photos from all the people sensitive to human right
Wherever you are look at posters, placards, flash-mobs, wall posters and everything that happens in order to defend human rights. Take a picture and send it
The Red Petals are women. They are teachers, doctors, journalists, NGO workers, educators, cultural mediators, nurses, midwives, volunteers, lawyers…Whatever their job, they all have one thing in common: they work to protect the rights of both children and adults, in Italy and abroad.
Mar 22nd, 2011 / 1:38 pm
Noah Scalin: Has alot of side projects one of his most successful projects was creating a skull a day for a year.
Mar 22nd, 2011 / 6:38 pm
Another side project submission by Nate Burgos:
PicoCool and eHub by Emily Chang of Ideacodes » http://picocool.com, http://emilychang.com/go/ehub
Open-Source Food-Activism Project “Replate” by Josh Kamler and Axel Albin of Language in Common » http://www.replate.org
“Plus63: A Collection of Filipino Creativity” by Dan Matutina » http://plus63.net
Mar 22nd, 2011 / 9:12 pm
Travis Kochel’s opentype project Chartwell: http://tktype.com/chartwell.php
Mar 23rd, 2011 / 4:33 pm
I guess http://www.juneberryjam.com is a side project, though it’s central to my heart.
Incredible forum and posts here, filled with talent and ingenuity.
You sparkle TRE!
Mar 23rd, 2011 / 11:05 pm
A project that is being working on by a design/illustrator combo is:
Magic Rush (http://www.magicrushgame.com)
A planned iphone game with a lot of focus on artistic style as well as functional design. There is going to be more details on the site by end of month.
Mar 24th, 2011 / 12:12 pm
My side project DirtyCoast.com became a full fledged brand and lapped my day job in enjoyment and profit within 2 years.
Mar 24th, 2011 / 5:04 pm
I started this side project initiative here: http://www.100daysproject.co.nz/
We have about 47 folks participating – each with their own side project and most with a blog to follow progress.
My own side project is here: http://100goodthoughts.tumblr.com/
100 days of bad thoughts, each countered by an opposite positive thought.
Mar 25th, 2011 / 1:33 am
Can I remind Noun Project by Simple Honest Work.
Mar 26th, 2011 / 10:21 am
My personal side project, http://www.artboardz.com
Ive worked in the surf/lifestyle industry for a long time now and really thought that the art side of surfboard design was good but boring, and needed new fresh ideas, so I built a site and concept around that. Its just beginning, but there is a list of international artists joining over the next few months and exhibitions later in the year.
Mar 27th, 2011 / 10:53 pm
Have you seen this: http://www.pointlesscorp.com – it’s Viget’s side-project site.
Mar 28th, 2011 / 11:52 am
Unp3 Project: Mp3 players in Wood and from Rapid-prototyping material: http://www.designsojourn.com/the-un-p3-project-update/
Spaces for Ideas: Expandable Sketchbook: http://www.designsojourn.com/spaces-for-ideas-store/expandable-sketchbook/
Mar 30th, 2011 / 4:56 am
This is an archive of logo designs in Turkey that has been collected over a long period of time. Most of the brands are Turkish but there are foreign brands as well.
Apr 1st, 2011 / 2:09 pm
The Late Shift: http://lateshiftdesign.com/
A blog started by two design students in Grand Rapids, MI for classmates to share work created for fun.
May 19th, 2011 / 3:28 am
fid to my photo
Aug 6th, 2011 / 3:12 pm
A side project for buzzwords: http://newswordy.com/
Sep 10th, 2011 / 6:16 am
Since we’re at the 10th anniversary of 9/11 another side project I did came out of that day. I created “Dichotomy: It Was a Matter of Time and Place, a 9/11 Storytelling Project” http://outtacontext.com/dichotomy
On 9/11 I was working right across the street from the White House. I realized that vantage point affected how we experienced that day. So I’ve been collecting stories from 9/11 from two points of view: Participants: those who were in NYC, DC, on planes, or who had loved ones or friends directly involved and Witnesses, those who lived elsewhere and experienced the day via the media.
Two stories from each category are juxtaposed next to each other, emphasizing these different vantage points. There are some amazing accounts on the site and I’m still accepting stories if you’re willing.
Sep 10th, 2011 / 12:42 pm
One of my side projects was intense research on forgotten Jewish author Dr. Fritz Kahn, a kind of visual archaeology – which ended up in a coffeetable book by my sister and myself. I just gave a lecture on this side project at Pratt in September: http://www.humantific.com/sensemaker-dialogs-3-yes-we-kahn/
Check out the first review on our book by Steven Heller: http://tmagazine.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/11/04/graphic-content-diagramming-fritz-kahn
This was the most important and passionate side projects ever in my career as graphic designer, on the professional as well as on the personal level.
By the way: Great talk at Typo St. Gallen, Tina!
Nov 21st, 2011 / 5:10 am
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