Thoughts on occam’s razor: if you can do the same thing with less, then less is better.
Posts Categorized: Design
The “user first, content second” web design process we teach our web design students. We call it: the “Veuve Clicquot”.
Why we should drop the “no-reply” email address.
Last summer I participated in a contest which brief was to render in one powerful visual the 13 pages discourse of José Manuel Barroso, President of the European Commission.
Most western folks see a few thousand logos every day. Yet, I was completely unaware of the ethymology of the term “logo”. It is quite enlightening in fact. Check it out.
many fellow web builders call themselves “interactive designer” on their portfolio or in their email signature. Read why they really shouldn’t.
Emotions play a most important role in the way people make decisions. Let see how that applies to web design.
T-shirt store is up!
One of the most crucial aspects of designing for the web is managing the screen real estate, making sure your content communicates clearly and makes the best of the device it is being displayed on. Here is the thinking process i personally go through. This is a method that takes into account screen responsiveness and… Read more »
Yesterday i released a jquery plugin to create tabbed interfaces easily: simplyTabs . There are several existing outthere, but they were all bloated for my needs. See, i don’t need to download the jquery ui tabs 122k of code when i can achieve the same result with, 4kb unminified, js+css.