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Gotham Baseball Gets Uniforms

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Sometime, a follow-up post takes a week or two. Sometimes longer. This one is over two years in the making.

Readers may recall an article I did with Mark Healey and Todd Radom back in January of 2018 entitled Gotham Baseball Gets a New . . . → Read More: Gotham Baseball Gets Uniforms

Creating MLB 'City' Uniforms — NL Edition

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I’m back again today with the National League edition of the “MLB City Edition Series,” a collaboration of Tom Juettner and friends. If you missed the AL Edition, which sets this up, click here. I’ll use Tom’s introduction from the AL to segue into . . . → Read More: Creating MLB ‘City’ Uniforms — NL Edition

Creating MLB 'City' Uniforms — AL Edition

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With all sports on hiatus due to COVID-19, and after seeing my recent articles about Dave Pinto “creating” Jim Vilk’s uniform designs, reader Tom Juettner recently sent me this:

With sports on lock down, I thought I could over some baseball concepts to help . . . → Read More: Creating MLB ‘City’ Uniforms — AL Edition

Is a Clever Design Automatically a Good Design?

Where do we draw the line between style and substance? Between endearing and enduring? Between a clever design and a good design?

I’ve been thinking a lot about those questions after seeing a uniform concept that was recently posted on Twitter by a Minnesota graphic designer named Allan Peters. He said, “To prove what . . . → Read More: Is a Clever Design Automatically a Good Design?