I'm Nicholas. A designer living in Omaha, NE.

I’m a design school dropout.

It’s true. Well, I didn’t exactly attend a ‘design school’ but I did attend a school for design. Does that count? I’m saying it does. If it doesn’t, then the identity branch of Under Consideration known as Brand New doesn’t work, because while the work on there is brand new, the idea’s are not exactly ‘brand new’. Was that a ploy at me to plug the Brand New blog on my own blog? I think it was. Which is odd, considering I have no affiliation to them. It is however, blog name dropping, which I fully support.

So, that is me in the above image. Bright and outdoors. Two things that I’m usually not often associated with. It’s also amazing how slender I look. I mean, I’m a fairly slender guy, but I’ll be the first to say my stomach area has grown out away from the rest of my body in recent times. Maybe it knows something that I do not. It has a reason to flee and I do not yet know it.

Relating that to design, well, impossible. I will not attempt such a feat.

Back to design school, there will be (if not already) will be a link on the right of the blog explaining why I’m a design school dropout. When I dropped out, when I went to school, etc. Everything you want to know about something you don’t want to know about can be found by reading where that link takes you. So, go ahead and read it, if it’s there. If not, you already know the story, so don’t worry. If you don’t know the story, it’ll be there soon enough.

This is meant to be a daily updated blog. Whether it’s just a random thought from me, work by me or inspiring work by someone else that I want to share and post thoughts about, I want to update this often. Will that happen? I’m not sure. I was going to try and reference The Smiths, in some way saying me updating this daily is as realistic as The Smiths reuniting. However, they never will, but I really want to update this often. So, I didn’t want to curse myself.

Well, that is all for now, but there will be an update tomorrow containing a little more meat. Meat might mean work, but no promises. I’m far too good at breaking such things. Promises, not work.


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