This is a long overdue post. I have never found a way to distill the story down to that perfect elevator pitch and to be fair, I still haven’t found it, but I’ve decided to try and tell the story anyhow.
For anyone interested in hearing more about me, Jillian Noble, co-founder and creative director here at Elbongurk Design, this is a good chance to hear me discuss all sorts of things with Chris Overlay, host of the Get Hoptimized Podcast where Chris delves into conversations with all sorts of interesting people involved in the craft […]
It may not make sense to hire a full time art director or graphic designer. Businesses may seek out someone like me, a fractional art director, and get what they need in an art director and designer at a fraction of the cost of a full time employee.
Love beer? Love homebrewing? We do too! In honor of great beer and good fun, I’ve created a set of vector icons celebrating homebrewed beer and the process of creating it. I’ve decided to make this set available for purchase. Five bucks will get you the full set including both ready to use and fully editable […]
Today I’m excited to share Tiny Highways, a hand-lettered alphabet print, a project that has been in the works for me for quite some time. A set of tiny cars works their way around each lowercase letter in a fun series of loops, on-ramps, and overpasses. The print measures a whooping 18 x 24 inches and is printed on […]
Today I’m here to announce my latest side project. I’ve decided that for the unforeseeable future, I will draw an ampersand every day and post it to the blog, am.persand.me. I’ve set a number of rules up for myself, including that my daily deadline for new posts is 11:59am, thus the emphasis on the “am” in the […]
I can appreciate the beauty and economy of Sass, but often find myself bogged down in the increased setup time and learning curve required if it has been a while since I last wrote any of my own. Because I do a lot of varied graphic design work, I can go weeks or sometimes even […]
I come from a more traditional print design background and came to web design through a combination of market demand and my innate stubborn desire to make myself learn things I don’t know. I’ve gotten myself pretty well versed in HTML and CSS along the way, but draw the line when it comes to scripting […]
HTML5 uses tags and other bits of code that may not be recognized by older browsers. It’s always good as a designer to make sure that you are working in the most recent version of HTML so that your pages aren’t outdated at the outset or don’t become outdated very quickly. However, you do have to be […]