On any given Saturday afternoon in the 90s, my family could be found rummaging through a garage sale or hitting the road to some little downtown to explore the antique shops. Department stores, with their carefully selected, priced, and arranged items were not for us. We were after unique items with a story that spoke … Continue reading Flea Markets and Postmodernism
Rick Poyner writes in No More Rules that “Postmodernism cannot be understood without reference to modernism.” (Poyner, 2003, p. 10). Therefore, as a design theory, I define postmodernism as an extension of modernism: postmodern design is an expansion of typographic rules and an evolution of spacial understanding. For starters, in typography even the rebellious Wolfgang … Continue reading Defining Postmodernism
As part of an introductory Packaging/User Experience course at Texas State University, Stephanie re-designed Fisher's Nut Exactly Snack Bite bag. The project consisted of building personas, testing mock ups, designing graphics, and compiling a process booklet. Click here to view the whole project from beginning to end!