The content of an email can be anything from simple text to the most basic webpage. If email is about writing and sending messages then why are we receiving emails made to resemble basic websites? Probably because they are built with the same markup as websites; email has grew to use basic HTML and CSS. Wouldn't it make sense that the body of an email be written in its own markup language?
When I was in the process of making my personal site, I knew that if I was going to run a blog, I would probably need a Content Management System (CMS)… or would I? I looked at the obvious choices like Wordpress and Joomla and then I looked to other systems like Textpattern and Concrete5. I searched tirelessly but there were a few turn-offs in all of them.
Although it may seem like an odd task, I am going to make the ugliest logo that has and ever will be known to man. Why? Why not. Before we can make such a logo, we first must determine what makes a logo ugly and then use all of those characteristics at once. It may be possible that we create a logo so ugly that it becomes beautiful. Except not really. This logo will, of course, break all graphic design trends of 2015 so far.
We were supposed to create an advertisement in my Journalism class. When trying to decide on what to advertise, the first thing that came to my mind was Google Cardboard… then just cardboard! So I made ads for cardboard. Enjoy. Tap ads to enlarge in new window.