Some kind words from my latest evaluation for the type class I teach:
In his comments to students, Professor [that’s not really what I am, but it's what they call everyone who teaches] Rhatigan pointed out issues of scale, cropping, pattern and repetition and proportion. His critique style was noteworthy for his precise and elegant use of language: I was particularly impressed by the accessibility, precision and vividness of his descriptions of students' work. I think that this use of language is very helpful in helping students to see visual qualities in type forms and also aids them in talking about their work.
Yes, there is a way make a living out of talking about what's on your mind for three hours or so at a shot. As long as you make it sound all smart and shit.
1) Jennifer: Well, exactly! It's ideal to get paid for, well, just being yourself, really. What a revolutionary concept! (Dec 6, 2005 6:52 AM)
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