Monthly Archives: November 2013

rain cat

Rainy Friday night

Rainy Friday night: writing, designing, and building my own virtual lab/studio. When I’m deep in thought reflecting on something, I find that it helps to purposely distract myself a bit by creating with my own hands. (Or “digital” hands, as the case may be.) So now I have a few half-finished projects stamped with specific […]

Side projects are experiments

Side gigs as experiments

I like the concept of “experiments” or, as I call it, my own “digital & design lab,” to refer to a side projects portfolio. I also like the idea of taking “MakeCations” dedicated to side ventures. I’ve been researching about side ventures, especially┬áinstructive experiences and strategies for sustaining them on top of a demanding full-time […]


Just f*ckin’ launch it already

Start small. Keep it simple. It doesn’t have to be perfect. You can always edit, iterate, and scale it up later. Just f*ckin’ launch it already. “Just f*ckin’ launch it already” is one of my brilliant takeaways from Behance 99U’s inaugural Pop-Up School held in New York in September this year. Kathryn Minshew, founder and […]