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This & That

This & That

This & That

This & That

This & That is a manifesto that questions the very nature of where design standards are in a new era of design built around the Internet and the proliferation of differing avenues of design.

It is a personal account of my understanding of current design standards and conflicting thoughts about how the Internet either empowers my generation to create and share, or it inhibits us from having a clear focus.

This project received a Merit award from the International Society of Typographic Designers 2017 Student Assessment.

This & That is a manifesto that questions the very nature of where design standards are in a new era of design built around the Internet and the proliferation of differing avenues of design.

It is a personal account of my understanding of current design standards and conflicting thoughts about how the Internet either empowers my generation to create and share, or it inhibits us from having a clear focus.

This project received a Merit award from the International Society of Typographic Designers 2017 Student Assessment.

This & That is a manifesto that questions the very nature of where design standards are in a new era of design built around the Internet and the proliferation of differing avenues of design.

It is a personal account of my understanding of current design standards and conflicting thoughts about how the Internet either empowers my generation to create and share, or it inhibits us from having a clear focus.

This project received a Merit award from the International Society of Typographic Designers 2017 Student Assessment.

This & That is a manifesto that questions the very nature of where design standards are in a new era of design built around the Internet and the proliferation of differing avenues of design.

It is a personal account of my understanding of current design standards and conflicting thoughts about how the Internet either empowers my generation to create and share, or it inhibits us from having a clear focus.

This project received a Merit award from the International Society of Typographic Designers 2017 Student Assessment.

This & That is a manifesto that questions the very nature of where design standards are in a new era of design built around the Internet and the proliferation of differing avenues of design.

It is a personal account of my understanding of current design standards and conflicting thoughts about how the Internet either empowers my generation to create and share, or it inhibits us from having a clear focus.

This project received a Merit award from the International Society of Typographic Designers 2017 Student Assessment.

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This & That are mirrors of each other, both in tone and in content, and are separated by the names “This” and “That.” “This” states that design lacks focus because of how quickly ideas permeate and get lost in the bombardment of information.

“That” is the opposite, saying that the lack of focus in design liberates us from a status quo, empowering us to experiment and connect like never before.

This & That are mirrors of each other, both in tone and in content, and are separated by the names “This” and “That.” “This” states that design lacks focus because of how quickly ideas permeate and get lost in the bombardment of information.

“That” is the opposite, saying that the lack of focus in design liberates us from a status quo, empowering us to experiment and connect like never before.

This & That are mirrors of each other, both in tone and in content, and are separated by the names “This” and “That.” “This” states that design lacks focus because of how quickly ideas permeate and get lost in the bombardment of information.

“That” is the opposite, saying that the lack of focus in design liberates us from a status quo, empowering us to experiment and connect like never before.

This & That are mirrors of each other, both in tone and in content, and are separated by the names “This” and “That.” “This” states that design lacks focus because of how quickly ideas permeate and get lost in the bombardment of information.

“That” is the opposite, saying that the lack of focus in design liberates us from a status quo, empowering us to experiment and connect like never before.

This & That are mirrors of each other, both in tone and in content, and are separated by the names “This” and “That.” “This” states that design lacks focus because of how quickly ideas permeate and get lost in the bombardment of information.

“That” is the opposite, saying that the lack of focus in design liberates us from a status quo, empowering us to experiment and connect like never before.

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The main headlines of each spread in one book contrast that of the other book, even though they are written with the same words. “This” starts where “That” ends and vice versa.

When the lines are switched, the tone changes from hopeless to empowered, illustrating a sense of ambiguity.

The main headlines of each spread in one book contrast that of the other book, even though they are written with the same words. “This” starts where “That” ends and vice versa.

When the lines are switched, the tone changes from hopeless to empowered, illustrating a sense of ambiguity.

The main headlines of each spread in one book contrast that of the other book, even though they are written with the same words. “This” starts where “That” ends and vice versa.

When the lines are switched, the tone changes from hopeless to empowered, illustrating a sense of ambiguity.

The main headlines of each spread in one book contrast that of the other book, even though they are written with the same words. “This” starts where “That” ends and vice versa.

When the lines are switched, the tone changes from hopeless to empowered, illustrating a sense of ambiguity.

The main headlines of each spread in one book contrast that of the other book, even though they are written with the same words. “This” starts where “That” ends and vice versa.

When the lines are switched, the tone changes from hopeless to empowered, illustrating a sense of ambiguity.

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