Recorded at this year’s HOW Design Live Conference, we also briefly mention that Jason has written a number of graphic design books, formally wrote for Speak Up, still writes for some of the design magazines, and teaches at Winthrop University. He was unsuccessful in his first attempt to stop James Cameron from using Papyrus…
If memory serves me correctly, I met Jason Tselentis during an AIGA Nebraska event where House Industries presented at a bowling event. After the presentation, Jason ended up being in the same group of lanes I was during the after-presentation bowling. Over the next year or so, I spoke with Jason at a number of AIGA events, until he left the city to get a master’s degree.
Years later, we ran into each other in the online world, with him writing for Speak Up and me at the also defunct Be A Design Group. It was only a matter of time before he finally stepped foot back in Nebraska, where we got him to stop by and record a podcast with us.
Since Jason also teaches design, we start with a conversation of specialization versus generalization in design degrees and design businesses. From there we show him that which he has never seen. The new ‘Aol.’ mark.
And please, let us know if you use the measurement known as the pica. Do you?