Munkytalk is Ole Munk’s blog on which he comments, from time to time, on visual communication and publication design.
Language will depend on the subject.
Read Munkytalk here.

Or read individual posts:
• Form over function?
• Great news from the global kiosk
• A drawing style is like a tone of voice
• Gratisavis efter schweizisk recept (Freesheet à la Suisse)
• Beauty and the Beast
• LinkedIn is catching steam
• USA Today goes all-in on digital
• Now you see her, now you don’t
• When less isn’t more
• You call that ugly?
• Kejserens nye loerdagstillaeg (The Emperor’s new Saturday supplement)
• Size matters
• Tabloid? Yes please, ASAP
• The colour of money
• Photographs that ”lie”: A silly debate
• A never-ending newspaper
• The newspaper as a shelving system
• The Politiken redesign: Much ado about n…
• The fear of being original
• When a close friend panics
• On visual quotations and clichés
• White space: Good taste, bad design
• Reality sucks
• TV from hell
• One idea is better than two
• Morsom mobning – uklar kommunikation (The harassment is funny but the communication is vague)
• Explaining goodness
• Nettet – de meningsløse billeders paradis (The web: Where meaningless pictures thrive)
• Chimpanser i redaktionssekretariatet (Chimpanzees in the newsroom)
• Det indlevede fotografi (The empathic photograph)
• Billedbrug og misbrug (Using – and abusing – images)