Much has been said when it comes to color theory: certain colors emote specific feelings; never use purple; green means go.
The world lost Arnold Palmer this week… but the world won Arnold Palmer for 87 years and counting. Golf is in my blood; golf is family. And as of yesterday, we no longer get to hear the most important member of golf’s family. I never met my grandfathers (or Arnold, not surprisingly) so when an older gentleman like Arnold […]
It was only a matter of time. Nike hitched their wagons to Tiger Woods at an early age and turned the Nike Golf brand from a novelty to major competitor. The traditional golf manufacturers – Titleist, Ping, Taylor Made, Callaway, et. al – struggled to slow down Nike Golf’s meteoric rise since the late 90s. […]
In November, I reached out to good friend David Merriell about starting a podcast. I had been feeling creatively unsatisfied for some time and wanted to explore a new outlet. We knew we wanted to discuss something of which we both enjoyed and were knowledgable. Through a suggestion from David, we settled on the idea of discussing the role of design in sports. After a couple of name changes, The Design Game was born.
From the HB Blog. By now, everything is back to normal for the NFL fan. The full-time refs returned for their first full weekend of the season. No longer will nationwide media outlets waste valuable time with nonsensical referee talk. Despite some egregious errors by the so-called replacement refs (most notably the game-ending play in […]