The "A Design A Day" project was started shortly after my graduation to help keep my mind focused on design during the summer of 2015. I had so much fun trying new techniques and styles that I decided to keep it going.
Sometimes while working as an in-house designer, your creativity gets limited to what the client wants and restricted to the scope of the project. This "creative block" can take an artist or designer and narrow their mind and skills.
Once a day for about 3 months, I tried to create something abstract, new and experimental to my skills. The goal was not to sell any of this; simply just to practice stepping out of the box. By trying new techniques and programs, I was able to learn new ways to do design.