Learning about my Design Sojourn Brand

I am a strong believer in self-branding. This website and everything online that I participate in should be a measured expression of what the Design Sojourn brand should be. So it was nice to stumble onto Mel's blog and his research on


Navigating and Sharing Design Sojourn

Always ever eager to improve your "surfing experience" here at Design Sojourn, I have been tweaking around with the coding of my website. It's not final but I'm experimenting on different "ingredients" to see if it works for you and me. 1) I've decided to


Linking Policy

I've always linked the idea of linking blogs up, but perhaps more on an altruistic level. I see linking as all about making friends and letting the world know about it. Thus I absolutely abhor blogs and blog owners whom would not give


My name is DT and I have a Monetizing Addition

Just kidding! I'm always a big fan of discussing the different methods you can use to monetize your webpage. However there is no use talking about Google Adsense or Affiliate programs if you can't see the big picture of how things actually work. Image via


Blog Improvements Galore!

I have been tinkering around with The Design Sojourn blog during the Easter break and have got some bugs sorted out, as well as added some cool widgets. 1) Thanks to Aen, we've fixed the comment bubble bug, making it so that every comment is wrapped


Spring Cleaning Time

It's fast approaching Chinese New Year and its tradition for us Chinese to do some massive spring cleaning of our homes. Here at Design Sojourn it is no different. I'm currently updating categories, reorganizing chicklets and tweaking CSS, so please do excuse the


What others are saying about Design Sojourn!

I stand humbled after reading a really nice and well articulated review of Design Sojourn and my analytical thinking abilities at James F Katz's blog on Design Arguments: Critical Judgements. He writes: In terms of King and Kitchener's scale of reflective judgment the articles in