Client Blog Spotlight: Mark Wilson Tells Time Unconventionally
Have you ever wished you could save time in a bottle? Or do you feel like you have too much time on your hands? Time is funny, in a peculiar, fluid way. It flies by as kids grow up but stands still in office staff meetings. Vacations seem too short, workdays too long.
However time ticks by, thankfully there are horologists like Mark Wilson that are serious about telling time. A software engineer by day, Mark often finds himself making clocks in his time off. But these aren’t just any ol’ clocks. He’s taking an unconventional design route, skipping the numerals and using the alphabet to tell time in this unique word clock. In this Maker Spotlight on the Ponoko Blog, I dive into Mark’s approach to chronicling the hours—one carefully placed word at a time. You definitely want to see Mark’s creations for yourself here. It will be time well spent.
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