Various assets I’ve made available for you to download to use on your personal projects.
LinkedIn has a carousel feature that takes a PDF and presents it to users as a series of images to swipe through. It's quite a useful feature if you want to tell a story in a more visual style or present information to support an argument in a post.
You can use design tools to create these, and most of mine are built using Affinity Designer and Publisher. However, if you'd rather use what's already installed [keep reading...]
One of my personal projects is creating an isometric Japanese town. It's chugging along nicely, although I tend to dip in and out of it. You might have seen the train station and crossing.
I wanted a commuter bus for the project, and came up with something based on one of the shuttles that runs around my way. A version of it made its way into the project, although I was left with variations based on a generic [keep reading...]
During my long career I've worked on a few gigs with financial advisors and investment firms. Along the way I collected a bunch of notes, gigabytes of sketches and some odd interests that linger to this day.
Short selling was a topic that needed a light bulb moment. It took a couple of goes to explain it, then the penny dropped. Like most things in "investing" it involves a [keep reading...]
Across a variety of personal projects I've created a small library of icons. They've been used as menu icons on websites, labels on charts and signposts in reports. By and large they sit in storage taking up space.
Rather than hoard these little wonders, I've decided to make them available to download. I've brought together 41 icons, given them a touch-up [keep reading...]