Jeff’s Weekly Review June 16-20

For my second installment of the weekly review, here’s what I got accomplished this week. Feel free to judge me on how much or how little I get done in a given week.

  • Finished bumper animations for the new tattoo show
  • Started new theme for Go Mediazine
  • Submitted artwork to Chris Comella, so he can design a new handout at our building’s grand opening in a month or two.
  • Created a vanity page in my Netvibes to track mentions of Go Media on the web
  • I was supposed to send low res designs for a new book about t-shirts, but I didn’t yet
  • Helped out on some artwork for The Killers
  • Did interview with Purebuttons
  • Continued talks with CS Cart Developers for Arsenal 2.0
  • Installed Universal Type Server, but haven’t used it yet, cause the other half (the client side) isn’t out yet.
  • Worked on lower third graphics and revisions for the tattoo show
  • Finished a design for The Fest 7 and am waiting on feedback
  • Finished a design and proofed it for a French band called From Dying Skies
  • Received a load of boxed Arsenal products that we’ll be shipping to Fellers to include in their catalog.
  • Was featured in Advanced Photoshop and Computer Arts Projects magazine
  • Seems like I got a lot done this week. Oh yeah, I also put in about 10 hours of OT this week to do it.

About the Author, Jeff Finley

I'm a partner at Go Media, a Cleveland web design, branding, and design studio. I started Weapons of Mass Creation Fest and wrote the book Thread's Not Dead, teaching artists and designers how to start a clothing company. I'm also writing a new book called Wake Up: The Morning Routine That Will Change Your Life

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