As a graphic designer, I spend the majority of time in front of a computer. After sometime, I became frustrated with the limitations of a computer mouse. In rebellion, I decided to use a Wacom Tablet instead of a mouse. It didn’t take long for me to recognize the benefits of designing with a Wacom Tablet. My interaction with the screen became more organic, abstract, and less structured. My designs began to portray more unique shapes and complex lines, bridging the gap between handmade art and digital layouts.