Monday, July 02, 2007

107. The New Graphicology

Hello friends. After lots of planning and weeks of trying to manipulate CSS (not to mention paying $1500 for the url) - I have managed to switch the graphicology blog to a new location: This change also comes with big plans for new proprietary content, a small group of content authors of like minded designers, art directors and film pros from around the country (currently being assembled) in addition to a more professional approach to covering all things design. The transition will take some time and I ask for not only your patience, but also your constructive criticism. Please check out the new site where you can still find all the now 'old' posts as well as a few holes that will soon be populated with new articles, opinions, forums and editorials. Go ahead and tell your friends and remember to bookmark the new site or RSS feed. I (soon to be We) hope that the new graphicology will be one of your favorite links to stay current and inspired. Thank you for your continued support and feedback.

(If you know of anyone whom you believe would add a little something special to our team of authors - please tell them to contact me via the new site.)


Blogger Daniel Schutzsmith said...

It sounds like a great new expansion to the blog. I've enjoyed reading it and am looking forward to seeing what the next stage will look like.

7/02/2007 12:02:00 PM  
Blogger Jason said...

Daniel - thanks for the kind words. I hope that we do not disappoint.

7/02/2007 11:25:00 PM  
Blogger Jason said...

oh - and your blog is a great resource. I have not forgotten to add it to the allies link. Cheers.


7/02/2007 11:30:00 PM  
Blogger Daniel Schutzsmith said...

Thank you sir - if you need help with the new direction just let me know. I'd love to get involved with something more design centric in addition to my business concentration! ;)

7/04/2007 12:54:00 AM  
Blogger Sterling Hundley said...

Hey Jason,

I've recently followed your emails to your blog. I think that you are providing a very good cross section of the design culture. I hope that you are well!

sterling hundley

10/17/2007 07:44:00 PM  
Blogger Everwaiting said...

Jason, I must say, great work, dedication, research, et al. Hey, my favorite feature of the site is the ability to view your photo full size. Not only do I get a sense of overt handsomeness, but it reminds me of how you used to hang over my shoulder hen I wrote copy for us. (Except, for the fact you are missing the look of utter disgust and disdain as I type...)

Frank Ippolito
Jason's former partner

2/07/2008 01:40:00 PM  

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