The awesome folks at GoMedia asked me if I was interested in writing a tutorial/case study. I was absolutely honored by the enquiry so I obviously took the opportunity. The result of that was released today: an extensive case study and tutorial about the album design I made for Andrew Danso.
I was super stoked when GoMedia asked me to do this. When I started I was pondering over which project might be the best fit. After some thinking I decided to use Andrew’s project because it was not a very typical client project. There’s quite a story behind its process, so I thought that would be interesting. Because of the nature of this project I am also able to show you how we (Andrew and I) went at it from start to finish. The article contains the occasional quote from conversations between Andrew and me in order to show you why we made certain decisions as the project progressed.
If you’re interested and you have some time, you can check out the article on the GoMediaZine. If you decide to read or scroll-through it, feel free to let me know your thoughts on it via Twitter or Facebook.
I would like to thank GoMedia and the GoMediaZine editors for providing me with this incredible opportunity. Simon, Jeff, Jon and Adam: thanks a bunch guys, you rock!
This is the second awesome opportunity presented to me by GoMedia. In June 2011 I was a part of their Weapons of Mass Creation festival (WMC Fest) with great pride. My work was exhibited at the design show, which was held at the Wall Eye Gallery during the festival in Cleveland, Ohio. Read more on that in this news post.