I am pleased to announce my latest project called Agent Engine.
We help real estate agents and teams establish a digital presence—leveraging the power of technology and social media to build (and grow) their business.Read the Post →
A collection of writing by Brian Gardner.
Catchy headline, eh?
I guess I learned a thing or two during my 10-year run as a partner at Copyblogger. Magnetic headlines matter—remember that.
Before my tenure at Copyblogger, I was considered the top dog at StudioPress. Though I never called myself a CEO, I was. I was the founder of the company and made all of the—shall I say—executive decisions.Read the Post →
When I laid my eyes on Inter, it was love at first sight. It’s simple, serenely beautiful, and the typeface that I am currently using on my website.
Created by Figma designer, Rasmus Andersson, Inter is a variable font family carefully crafted and designed for computer screens. There are nine weights, each with italic counterparts, making a total of 18 styles.Read the Post →
A few months ago, I was surfing around looking for design inspiration when I came across the Viget website. I was drawn to the typography on the site, so I poked a little further under the hood to see what font was being used.
The Geomanist typeface has a contemporary sans design, clean and elegant, with a combination of geometric shapes and humanistic beat.Read the Post →
Let me get this off my chest real quick: I am infatuated with Taylor Swift. I blame Netflix and its newly released documentary, Miss Americana, which has thrown me into an obsessive 24/7 binge of her music. More on this later.
Moving right along, let’s jump into the topic of Ira Glass and storytelling.Read the Post →