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Heart at Work Sometimes designers/students ask “What’s your work process like?” This is an illustration of how I feel when I’m in the thick of it. Building layers of concepts, planning, researching, drawing – a continuous spin of ideas running around in my head, trying to make sure the final piece has heart.

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Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service is doing a lot to protect watersheds in Texas, including the Texas Water Resources Institute. Buck Creek was removed from the impaired list in 2010 as a result of the efforts of project partners and stakeholders in the Buck Creek watershed.

Curious about the benefits of #ethanol? Check out this great resource to see why #renewablefuel matters: #RFS14

What it Takes to be an Information Designer: is a self portrait by Nigel Holmes. It represents his perspective on Information Design ad can say more about the designer than the design. This is an example of Communication Design.