This week I professed my love for Outlander, took my niece to the county fair, celebrated my one year anniversary at work, got a new computer, celebrated my one year anniversary at work, got a new computer, and made a ton of
Web and graphic design.
I took my mom and sister to see the new Star Wars movie, went to the doctors for some foot pain, worked on some projects at work, and finally finished the homepage design for The Lovely Geek.
We celebrated Mother’s Day in Santa Cruz, my homepage design for CGASC was approved, and I started playing around with Sketch for designing my mood board for The Lovely Geek.
We celebrated my grandpa’s 97th birthday, I got my designed finished and approved for The Wire, and I set up my portfolio and wedding site homes as well as updating WordPress to version 4.2
Joshua and I finished our 2nd round of teaching Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peave University, I got the splash page and style guide designed for CGASC, and I created a House Tour custom post type on The Lovely Geek
Welcome new readers and readers from Lovely Interiors to my new site at CristinaRobinson.net! – – – The last week of January I was sick with a nasty cold, so I was unable to complete the last several tasks for the January Cure. Still, I was able to have a small get together with my… Read more »
Happy New Year! I’ve started out 2013 with some changes around the site. New design New logo New Facebook page Joshua and I rang in the new year with our second New Year’s Eve LAN Party. We had one last year, which turned out to be a lot of fun, so we decided to have… Read more »
Last night was the 4th Annual Next Talent Awards, in which students at The Art Institute of California – Sacramento are recognized for their outstanding work. Up until this year it was primarily a film festival for the film students with honorable mentions going out to the other departments. This year they decided to get… Read more »
After many quarters of watching my friends participate, it was finally my turn to be in the quarterly Portfolio Show. When you’re a graduate in the portfolio class, part of the requirement is to participate in the show. You get to stand at a table with your web site up on the TV for 4… Read more »
In Digital Type, we had two projects throughout the quarter. The first was a type blog, and the second was a design for an alternate industry. Type Blog The type blog assignment began by us doing some research and pitching a blog idea on two typeface designers of our choice. I chose John Baskerville and… Read more »