Classes resumed at Cedarville on Tuesday and are already into the full-swing of the semester. Profs are teaching, homework is already due, and my 3D design prof was crazy enough to give me a utility …Read More →
Posts By: ashleydianeworsham
Confession: Some of my favorite projects are those ones I am not “suppose” to work on. They generally start as ideas I pitch to my profs for various class projects and are …Read More →
It was not until last year that I learned about hand typography. While I had seen it previous to Cedarville, I did not realize the work that went into it nor did I appreciate the …Read More →
I tend to be goal-orientated. Having specific, attainable goals to reach for can drive me better than just about anything else. In high school, I was a part of my school’s swim team. My best …Read More →
“Time is the wisest counsellor of all.” (Pericles)
There are some things that can only be learned by doing them and doing them takes time. December 2nd was Cedarville’s annual Community Christmas event. Most of …Read More →
Have you ever had a project or assignment that you thought you would hate, but discovered half-way through you were in love with it? I had one of those moments recently.
In my …Read More →
There is something intriguing about spending Black Friday afternoon, camera in hand, walking through the streets of a small town in rural Ohio. (There is also something cold, if you were a fool, like myself, …Read More →
Some side effects of double majoring in graphic design and broadcasting (good and bad):
You squirm at the abundance of bad kerning in the world.
Words such as , “Hevetica,” “Myriad Pro,” “Hobo,” “Comic Sans,” and “Papyrus” …
What do you want to do with your two degrees when you graduate?
Honestly? I have no idea. Besides my two majors, I also have a web design that gives me even more versatility post-graduation. My …
Today, I had the pleasure of eating lunch with a fellow graphic design student. Prior to this semester, while we saw each other at a distance, we had never had much interaction and did not …Read More →