• We're All Designers, Now: Corbis and Art Center College Launch Video Series
    The first time I worked on a Mac, back in the mid 1980s, I think I must have spent the entire first afternoon playing with typefaces. The initial rush of power and flexibility that came with digital publishing was enormous back then. Days were spent fidgeting with layouts. The standard office joke that met the rise of Apple-inspired desktop publishing was that more time was being spent on form than function. No joke. We were all learning to be rudimentary designers and becoming aware of the aesthetics of information delivery. Curiously, we never really recognized that design was now a …
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