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Keith Crawford commented: What about palimpsestician (as we rework with a glimpse of the original)? The idea of a palimpsest where a text is rewritten (as in the reuse of a writing material, skin or papyrus) I felt, was a … Continue reading
Susan Morris commented: Well said, Mr. Willett! Thank you. (I’d write more but I’m eager to share your advice with my designer friends!) Susan Morris email@example.com http://susanmorrissite.wordpress.com/
Mike Willett commented: I would have to agree on this one, since I’m a photographer, and it has the same issues. Though I’ve met many so called designers, alternatives might be more accurate. Dufus comes to mind, idiot, graphic deception, … Continue reading
Pedrink Guimoye-Barreda commented: It’s called the Dunning–Kruger effect, is a cognitive bias in which an unskilled person makes poor decisions and reaches erroneous conclusions, but their incompetence denies them the metacognitive ability to realize their mistakes. The unskilled therefore suffer … Continue reading
I’ve been watching this blog with interest (and dismay) as designers deride our prospects and clients for choosing cheap alternatives for their businesses. I believe my friends and partners in design need to face up to their own responsibility in … Continue reading
William A. Price commented: Then, of course, there is BAD design, like our local “Mistake by the Lake”: http://www.chicagoarchitecture.info/Building/1082/Soldier-Field.php William A. Price, Attorney at Law http://www.growthlaw.com
That’s the question – and I’m just curious! I’ve talked to several people who found logos on line that were advertised for $5 to $300 dollars. When I asked them if they were satisfied with these crowd sourced logos, they … Continue reading