I found some retail therapy while selecting images for some Moo minicards.
It didn't take long and that one hour away from concepts, mockups and code in the wee hours of the night was bliss.
(Apologies for May being so dry with a lack of postings. It really has been nutty!)
Here's a sampling of some of my favorites from the pack:
Next up: Note cards, stickers and more Mini Moos!
So in print to web transition-land, I think I've said this before: Making the transition from print to web is not an easy one.
There is much more involved than I could have anticipated. I suppose because I'm also interested in understanding the technical aspects behind the design of websites, I've created somewhat of a monster of expectations of my self in the last 9 months.
Why? I've always had high expectations of my self. And I suppose I know how lucky I am to have had the time and funds to go back to school. With all that is going on in the world right now, learning web design may seem like a small thing and it feels like my safety net.
I finish the Spring term this week and have only one more required class during the summer to complete the Web Design Certificate from Portland State University. Hooray!
Of course, there's much more to learn and I think I deserve a much-needed break before starting the next round 🙂