Category: Right Brain
Contrary to popular belief, familiarity with fine food and drink is not something that comes naturally to everyone. Rather, it often comes from education, study, and experience.
One does not simply inherit taste and refinement. Perhaps more importantly, taste …Read More
Podcasting remains a popular medium among listeners of all ages. It essentially serves as a crowd-sourced version of talk radio, where anyone can say what they want and build an audience around their unique perspective.
So what equipment do …Read More
The Old Way
Let’s take a look back in time, to the 18th century, when Europe was going wild for classical music. Kings and emperors were hiring composers for their courts, to create music, especially for their enjoyment.
During this …Read More
The digital world has significantly decreased the importance of art and culture in people’s lives. However, despite all the tech trends, both culture and art still have a great impact on the country’s economy, education, and society overall.
Besides …Read More
Adult life can be incredibly busy at times. After all, many of us are required to dedicate large amounts of time to our careers. And on top of all that, we also make time for our friends and our …Read More
Let’s face the facts: it’s the 21st century and it can be difficult to set time aside to read a book, especially if you weren’t a big reader as a child.
Many classic memoirs and works of fiction were …Read More
Short answer: yes. You can definitely become a graphic designer without a degree, especially since many graphic designers are hired on a freelance basis on the strength of past work.
But it takes a lot of work and …Read More
The Plan Behind the Packaging: Leading Designers Moree Wu and Sijia Zhang Give a Pre-Holiday Crash Course on the Importance of Design
The holidays are a time of year when commercial design is prominent. From the boxes that hold our...Read More
A United Nations report on poverty in the US released this week cited levels of inequality to be...Read More