Jared Latigo

I'm a designer, husband, father, and Christ-follower for life. Usability is key, sandwiches are awesome, and there's just no beating a Starbucks white chocolate mocha. You are cordially invited to be a twitter stalker of mine and I hope you love the articles so much it makes you want to share them every 15 seconds for the rest of your life. That would be some serious sharing going on. Drop me a line on my site even if it's just to say "Hey!"

Design Trends vs. Great Design

Here is something that I believe touches the design community and each of its members on a personal level each day. We all use inspiration and we have a “design style.” But where the line begins to become blurry is right between trends and greatness. It’s not so much that I believe a particular design … Continue Reading

Freelance Series Wrap-Up: Moving Through the Project

As we finish up this freelance series, I thought it would be great to go through the phases that every project needs to be successful. I’ll touch on things like analysis, sketching, design, development, content, and testing. Now, remember that I’m coming from a web design perspective so there will be some phases in here … Continue Reading

Freelance Proposals and How to Make Them Effective

I’ve been getting requests for the article on doing proposals, and it is finally here! This will cover the portion of your freelance career where you get the joy of quoting a project now that you’ve met with the client and have some time management skills under your belt. Whether you’ve done this two times … Continue Reading

Can Free Design Resources Be Exemplary?

As designers we’re always after some good resources for inspiration and even for design elements to help us when we have a mental block. But the thing is that there’s not very many GREAT resources out there that give FREE stuff away. You have inspiration sites like Dribbble and DeviantArt (deviant does give some things … Continue Reading