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Milton

Designer and illustrator specializing in brand identity design, web design and UI/UX design, based in Toronto via Milton.

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On SOPA/PIPA...

Ivonne Karamoy

This being the day where the web community comes together in protest of SOPA (Stop Online Piracy Act) and PIPA (Protect IP Act) I would like to share with you all a video that explains so clearly and understandably the issues and implications that such a legislation would have on the web community and the internet as a whole. This explanation is provided by Sal Khan of the Khan Academy. If you are unaware of what SOPA/PIPA can do or have read a barrage of articles surrounding the issue but need some clearer explanation, please watch.

And to read more about SOPA/PIPA and today's protest:

The SOPA blackout: Wikipedia, Reddit, Mozilla, Google, and many others protest proposed law

SOPA blackout: Bills lose three co-sponsors amid protests

Google Plans Home Page Protest Against U.S. Piracy Measures - Businessweek

And for Canadians, specifically: Black Wednesday: In Protest of SOPA, Darken the Web

The New AlexShakar.com

Ivonne Karamoy

About a year and a half ago I was contacted by Alex Shakar, who I met while I was in New York working at EFS, to do illustrations for his upcoming novel. His previous works have garnered critical acclaim and he is an accomplished author and professor. Fast forward to today and that novel is being published with a release date of August 2011! Congratulations Alex! Upon this years release, Alex contacted me again to redesign his website and I am honored that he would come to me to complete his vision. Alex was a pleasure to work with as he was patient and always available for collaboration. Together we came up with a redesigned website that reflected the elegance, simplicity and artistic vision he had in mind. We also architectured the site around Wordpress so we could allow him to post updates and appearances around the new novel easily. He was very happy with the new site and I am grateful to have had the opportunity to work with Alex once again.

Check out alexshakar.com and discover his writings. You can also preorder your copy of the upcoming novel, Luminarium, now!