What do research, iteration, experimentation, and metrics have to do with the creative process? Probably more than you think.
Subtle texture can go a long way, so here are 5 graphic backgrounds that will add just the right amount of emphasis to enhance your design.
One of the best ways to add flair to a design is by using texture. Here are 3 ways of using texture strategically so that your work catches everyone’s eye!
Display fonts are tricky because they can sometimes be hard to read. Here’s a curated list of legible display fonts that you can use for your next project!
An artist residency such as that from Art the Science is an innovative way to bring creativity to the laboratory. Learn about how their first residency went!
Creating the visuals for a Lifeology course isn’t always a linear process. Here’s a behind the scenes look at my “How Does Cancer Grow?” course.
Crossposted at Lifeology.io Last week, I got a panicked text from a friend who has an autoimmune disorder and is increasingly worried about the novel coronavirus. They had received a package several days earlier and put it under the bed. Now, they were worried that the virus could grow off of the box and spread….
Drawing with bacteria? This is a super cool art technique called Agar Art, and I’m entranced by it! Meet Sarah Adkins, who uses Agar Art for biology education.
A PhD geologist and entrepreneur shares her story about how data inspires her to create unique science fashion pieces.
Happy Halloween! Enjoy these social media ready shareables. They’re inspired by science, and adorable enough for your favorite science lover.
Zines are short, self-published booklets. Check out my interview with Briley Lewis, a graduate student, zine maker, and science communicator.
Animation adds an interactive element to science communication. This is why I’m challenging you to create your first animation today!