Thursday 24th January, 2013
4:45pm to 5:45pm
Jessica Hische is a letterer—at least that’s what she does to pay the bills—but aside from client work for folks like Wes Anderson and Penguin Books she leads a second career as a professional “procrastiworker” or someone that procrastinates from what they’re supposed to be working on by starting up other fun projects. In this talk, she’ll explain why procrastiworking is the key to professional and personal happiness, take you through her process for side projects and client work from start to finish, and talk about why sticking to plans or aspirations too strictly can be the quickest way to kill your enthusiasm.
Letterer, type designer, cat lady, maker of silly & non-silly projects bio from Twitter
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