Archive: January, 2011
A wonderful interview and intriguing look into Paula Scher’s home on the New York Social Diary. Paula is such an icon for both the design industry and as a successful woman in business, I admire her work and thoughts more than I can say. Read her full interview and see more of her designerly home on the New York Social Diary.
This site may be a year and a half old, but I found it for the first time last night and figured someone else might not have seen it either!
What is shown above is the website of BooneOakely, an advertising agency based in North Carolina. After considering many options for designing a new website, they decided to put together a video that links to additional videos, collectively creating a full and functional website, all on YouTube. HOW COOL?!?! You can click on the sidebar, scroll through their bios and listen to the story of Billy. My mind is blown.
There is also a great video explaining the site and where it has taken BooneOakley, on the One Club here.
Visit BooneOakely.com to see it at work for yourself.
Learning to pace myself seems to be the trend for the new year. While maintaining my new job, accepting a position as co-pres of CSCA, expanding Paper Remnants and taking on other new projects, I need to stop, breath and do one thing at a time well, rather than 4+ things mediocre.
A beautiful interview with Swedish designer Malin Elmlid of Wood Wood.
“Malin strives for quality in everything that she does, both personally and professionally, which is evident in the way she holds herself, and conducts her business. Malin sets the example that elegance and creativity can be shown in various ways, whether it be fashion design, her sales job, traveling Antwerp or baking bread and exchanging it with friends.”
What an incredible, simple way to live. See more of her lifestyle shots below and read her full interview on Freunde von Freunden.