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Reading Time: 1 minuteI recently come across a cool tutorial titled “How to Draw a Stick Figure: a Complex Tutorial.” It might seem odd that a stick-figures drawing tutorial could be interesting. In this case, it really is. The tutorial inspired this Doodle Tuesday post.
Reading Time: 1 minuteI recently spent three days at my company strategic offsite. It was an amazing time during which I had the honor to discuss the company’s plans for the future with a group of super smart and accomplished people. At the very beginning of the offsite the moderator asked us to…
Reading Time: 1 minuteThis week I am publishing a messy two full pages doodle from January 2015. You can click on it to zoom it. Click on it to see it larger.
Reading Time: 1 minuteA dark doodle for a dark moment. Today’s Doodle Tuesday is dark. I drew it about a year ago, but it is appropriate after this long and tragic weekend. I spent it watching the news and tweets about the events in Charlottesville. I spent it looking at the photos and videos of…
Reading Time: 1 minuteShape and themes are recurring; they evolve, a little at the time. In this straightforward and quick doodle, there are some hints of sculptural drawings and cornucopias, two of my recurring mental abstractions.
Reading Time: 3 minutesAdobe is pulling the plug After a long history of security troubles, Adobe finally gave up. Yesterday, July 25th, 2017, will be remembered as the day the world found out when Flash will be officially no more: End of 2020. In a historic joint announcement, Adobe, Microsoft, Mozilla, Google, Apple,…
Reading Time: 1 minuteOne of the recurring themes in my meeting doodles is what I call “sculptural images.” A sculptural image is a drawing of something that resembles a sculpture on a pedestal. This Doodle Tuesday I am publishing a sculptural image from 2014.
Reading Time: 1 minuteI doodled this tangle of shapes during a discussion around Service Oriented Architectures, and how to split services into small functional units defined by the data they own.