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i knew ani when

It's funny when somebody you know, in a collegial way, gets 'famous'. In this case, I'm talking famous in the rockstar designer sense. Ani Phyo was a sweetheart that used to bop into the Turntable studio every so often. She seemed to be enamored with the glamour of web design, especially since we were doing rockstar websites and CD ROMs at the time.

It's good to see her succeeding. But I'm very dubious about these books. Especially after reading this interview. It's a bit of a cringe, especially this quote

Recommended sites?
Besides the one you are reading right now? Not really. No sites are ever perfectly executed. They are limited by the boundaries of time, budget, and quality. Being a designer, I am always hyper critical of everything I see. Even my site could be improved.

July 14, 2003 in creative process, design, FOAF | Permalink


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