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Launching Digital Computer Arts

I’ll have to say how darn excited I have been during the past 30 days. I have for a while been really nervous about how http://digitalcomputerarts.com was precieved. It all started with David’s automatic update from Google Analytics. I was entirely caught off guard every morning when I walked [..]

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Ironworks – the long last Great Gasby

One of the main day to day’s I work on is this old delapitated (spelling) building. Ironworks is such a project. It used to be an old warehouse / drafting center for the Midwest Steal and Ironworks Co. – Since the 30’s it was added additions on to it [..]

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A lot don’t know this but I really like to make 3D landscapes, and dream of making a game – anyone interested?

I have a masters in architecture and graduated with honor, aia best young designer, yada yada. What I was totally obsessed with was the darn computer. “Get off that box and come to dinnner.” Yepp one of those kids. My dad hated the fact I “computered” so much. The [..]

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For the Sake of Launching – Why this Story means so much to Me

I have had some stories in my life, but this one resonates a lot to me – mainly because that is how I am. Read it on DACA, damn just read it here. Its short you’ll love it: For the Sake of Launching There was late night anticipation for [..]

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Creative Expressionism with Girl in the Swirls

I created this piece to go on my wall at my new house that I moved into in a lower older part of Denver. There a lot that can be said about Sloans lake. This piece sort of reminds me of the people on the lake and the events [..]

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The New Donkey – Behind the Clinton Brand

In a dance through the red, white and blue, Hillary Clinton and her network of creative talent have risen to a new graphical consciousness and into the hearts of millions. Beyond the campaign, the Clinton brand strikes people to continue to move forward. Between the Pantsuit CSS Library, her [..]

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Basics in Freelancing

Working from home as a freelancer online is one of the best ways to make money if you are a college student or have a second part time job. Similarly, other young people who are unemployed but who have internet access can make a great living doing freelance online [..]

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Demystifying SCSS

Since its inception, CSS has grown very slowly. The syntax is very simple to understand, but it doesn’t offer a lot of flexibility and is only now beginning to add logic such as media queries. The true struggle is trying to maintain your CSS code. Scss or Sass (older [..]

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Where to Find other Designer’s to co-found your next Agency

Having an idea is one thing. Understanding the in’s and out’s to execute is another. In the course of the following six tips for finding a co-founder that meets your expectations there is a core subject matter that takes the cake – Finding the same go getter attitude. Well it [..]

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Scaling from Freelancer to an Agency

Do you work for others? The service industry has a class of attitude that involves smarts when it comes to dealing with people. Launching a software company takes time and commitment and is 100% dependent on your customer service. Most service providers started as a freelancer – doing clones of Hallmark’s E Cards [..]

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Tayler M. O'Dea
Digital 3D Artist, Web Designer and Writer. Currently a Partner for Studio Minted