Things that did not fit into the Courses

I want to keep my courses as lean as possible. They should only contain the absolutely necessary, the essence of what I want to teach at this exact moment. But, as you can imagine, behind any lesson, video, image, paragraph, sentence, or even word, there is a story to tell or a reference to show. In a book, these stories go into the footnotes. As a book and footnote lover, I want to repurpose this word and use it on this website for any add-on lesson to the lessons of my courses. I am happy to hear from you which future *footnotes you would like to read, see or watch.

CAA Footnote:
The CAA Method Explained

I am explaining in this footnote the dynamics of design processes of form-based visual systems. It is footnote to the course The CAA Method.

CAA Footnote:
Stacked Components

This is footnote to the course The CAA Method. In the course I am not talking about the possibility of stacking components. Here are a couple of case studies of visual identities using stacked components.

CAA Footnote Interview:
Lena Weber

In my book Flexible Visual Systems as well was the course The CAA Method I am working with basic geometric shapes to make keep the identities as generic as possible, so you would substitute them for other shapes. Lena shows you how to work with organic shapes.