Last night, exhausted, I opened my newly delivered copy of Sex Criminals Vol 1 thinking I’d read for a few moments before passing out. Instead I read the entire thing and found myself on Amazon this morning ordering volume 2. It’s just that. damn. good.
Author Archive for: Jeff Immer
About Jeffrey Immer
Jeff has worked as a designer and strategist for over ten years. The former director of Kansas City Design Week, he’s a two-time recipient of the AIGA Juror’s Choice Award and was named a ‘Best in the Midwest’ in Print Magazine’s regional annual.
Entries by Jeffrey Immer
in 2011 large corporations threw more than twice as many dollars at boutique agencies than the big boys. Here’s why.
What if this atrophying western financial system was replaced by an economy of feminine ideals? A way of doing business that is more inclusive, cooperative?
Our robot overlord is here, and she’s nice. And creepy. Mother is a friendly, smiling robot schmoo who, armed with 5 “motion cookies,” can monitor various objects and activities around the house. Did you forget to brush your teeth? Mother will remind you. Did you forget your medication? Mother will remind you. Did you buy […]
There’s a solid business reason to avoid the “CEO trap”—you’re killing the one distinct advantage your early-stage company has at launch.
Really enjoying the stark simplicity of this work by Matthew Craven. It could be that he’s touching on some of our current obsessions, but it’s also just badass.
After creating a simple but still web design gallery worthy one-pager for Kansas City restaurant The American, I’m proud to say that we’ve just entered the development stage of a new, robust site for this iconic KC dining experience.
The genius folks over at Strong Odors started the Futuralbum project this year: a vast collection of designers each re-imagining classic record covers using only the font Futura and images from Flickr’s Internet Archive Book Images. Check out our contributions below as well as a few of my personal faves and then head over to Futuralbum to see the complete stream to-date!
Branding is hard. Your new startup is going to have a hard time creating a memorable brand identity. But whatever you do, don’t do this.
Director David Sandberg’s INSANE celluloid (ok, digital) love poem to the 1980’s is finally out and available for free on Youtube! Uh, you haven’t pushed play yet?!