Graphic designer, illustrator, dad, nice guy. Head of Culture.
Field notes from eight months of working, living, and leading this year. When to spend less time, why we’re all mental and emotional lefties right now, the unscratchable itch, and more.
When it comes to creative work, why is it so hard to get down to business? In this blog post, Justin shares what he's learned about productivity in creative work over the last 10 or so years.
Whether you’re wrangling your team to reach a milestone this week or psyching yourself up to launch your course this month, you can ride the primo wave of a supportive process to get there.
I’m a graphic designer. That’s why it’s weird for me to say that, when you use Pathwright, you probably won’t have to pay someone like me.
About three months ago, my team set out to make a DIY demo of Pathwright. We just launched it!
How much of their limited attention can teachers give to learners? For a long time, we’ve operated as if only two choices exist. But I think there’s an Option Three.
You can probably design your way to any outcome. But let’s compare coffee and little kids to see.
The first days of class are what I remember best from my time teaching. Covering syllabi, mispronouncing names on the roll, trying to wrap up early to build goodwill with my students.
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