Unsolicited Redesign #1 – Redbox Email

I have the “Design Bug,” which is a clinical way of saying that I find myself wondering how I could improve experiences that I have. Redesigning things is fun and relaxing, and can also be a good way to demonstrate design process.

Formatting note: Over the first few Unsolicited Redesigns, I will be working on the form and function of these posts. Please feel free to send your feedback.


Who’s Afraid of Clowns?

I’m a big fan of the What to Draw app on Android, which gives random sketch prompts. This one stood out to me as being something that would be fun.

A food, wearing rings/ear-rings/piercings, running away from a clown on the street.


The Big Three Zero

Today, I’m crossing over a major milestone. I suppose this makes me an adult. The average age of retirement is over sixty years old, which means that I still have all of the life I have lived before I even retire. This is great news because I have plenty of time to grow and explore!

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Sketching 2017

Sketching is one of the best tools for rapid communication and iteration. It is a skill that improves with practice, and in 2017 I’m practicing more than ever. Today, I’m sharing some of the tools I use for practice and some of the sketches I have made so far this year.

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Day One

Hello and welcome,

Today, February 4, 2017, I rebooted my plans to share my ideas more publicly on the internet. Flicking the switch for this site was one of the first steps.

I will post here regularly every Wednesday starting in March.

The following topics are in scope:

  1. Miscellaneous Sketches
  2. Thoughts on Design
  3. Thoughts on Design-related Articles
  4. Unsolicited Redesigns
  5. Maybe more…

You can find out when posts go out by following me on Twitter or LinkedIn.

Opinions posted on this site are my own and not the views of my employer.