Category Archives: SXSW

SXSW 2012 Takeaways

19-Mar-12

As many can tell you, SXSW is what you make of it. I have attended some really great conferences in the last year but none have replaced the opportunities you have to connect with uber amazing people like SXSW. Not only does Austin provide a great campus for meeting new people, SXSW gives you the [...]

Get Stoked On Web Typography Wrap Up

23-Mar-10

I had a wonderful time at SXSW this year and met tons of fantastic folks who came out to my presentation. Thanks to everyone who was there, I had a blast and I hope you all did too! Get Stoked on Web Typography SXSW 2010 Click here to listen to the Podcast as you check [...]

Get Stoked on Web Typography & SXSW

07-Mar-10

It’s no secret that I love typography, and this year I will be giving a talk at SXSW called “Get Stoked on Web Typography”. I love SXSW almost as much as I love letters, so it is a fantastic match! If you have the chance to check it out stop by on Friday March 12th [...]

SXSW 2009 Wrap Up

24-Mar-09

This year’s SXSW was a very special experience for me. Many people have blogged about the fact that the “people” are really what makes this conference unique, but this year I didn’t just feel like I left with new networking connections, I felt like I left with friends. Along with the strong the DC community [...]

SXSW is going to be Bitchin’ and Glyphin’

08-Mar-09

After reading the article A Not-So-Sweet Tale of Digital Type on the AIGA website I knew that there was a SXSW Panel in the making. The article raises many interesting issues that I could debate at length, but Andrew Twigg very specifically made a statement that caught my attention… I had built my site using [...]

The Theme of SXSW 2008 : Give.

20-Mar-08

On multiple accounts dwellers of the off-line world have inquired about my “Blogging”. The conversations are all very similar and awkward… almost always ending with something similar to “aren’t you afraid to give your ideas away like that?”. Maggie Mason and Heather Armstrong said it best in their SXSW panel “You get what you give”. [...]