Things I Learn on my Morning Commute

Things I Learn on my Morning Commute

Tuesday, February 1st, 2011 | No Responses...Yet

I’ve learned so much from my morning commutes into Manhattan. For instance, I know which doctor has a plastic surgery plan for any budget, how many drinks ago I would have walked away from a fight, and something about the Knicks through the years…


Developing a Sensible Folder Structure

Developing a Sensible Folder Structure

Monday, April 5th, 2010 | 4 Responses

The folder structure of a designer or developer can quickly become unwieldy. Past concepts, invoicing and client communications, research and project updates really increase your file count rapidly. This article outlines my newest plan in the battle to end file-searching frustration, and maintain some type of convention for the future.


You Guessed it… It’s that Time of Year Again!

You Guessed it… It’s that Time of Year Again!

Tuesday, December 22nd, 2009 | 5 Responses

Every year it seems, we wait longer and longer to take our annual family portrait. This year was no exception. We decided to take it in a different direction than years past and this was the result.


Three New Prints Added this Week – Serigraphs

Three New Prints Added this Week – Serigraphs

Thursday, October 22nd, 2009 | 2 Responses

This week I added three new prints to the portfolio. I thought I’d take this opportunity to write a little about the ideas behind them.


The Pitfalls of Displaying Stats Publicly

The Pitfalls of Displaying Stats Publicly

Monday, October 5th, 2009 | No Responses...Yet

You may have noticed some new functionality to blog posts and portfolio projects around here. I added a “Tweet This” link. I don’t, however display how many (or few) times an article has been re-tweeted. Is the big “ZERO TWEETS” icon keeping the article from being re-tweeted? I think it might.


One Week On; Still Alive

One Week On; Still Alive

Thursday, October 1st, 2009 | 3 Responses

A week after launching my first portfolio site update in over five years, and I have to say, I’ve been very pleased with the response. I don’t know if you’re like me, but for some reason, the minute I finish a project (be it design, writing or music), I start thinking about revisions, redesigns and how to make it better.


The Making of a Portfolio Site

The Making of a Portfolio Site

Tuesday, September 22nd, 2009 | 3 Responses

A lot went into creating this portfolio, and I felt like it was necessary to outline how I achieved the final version and give credit to those who really got this project off the ground. For my first fully-functional portfolio update in over 5 years, it was really past due.


Welcome to TWhite Design

Welcome to TWhite Design

Monday, September 21st, 2009 | No Responses...Yet

Well, this is it! After a month of designing and re-designing, hours of researching Wordpress and trying to figure out how to display the work and info, I just decided to just go ahead and launch; ready or not. There will be bugs found and tweaks needed, but if I don’t go ahead and make this live now, I never will.