All Posts Tagged ‘design’
What is Art Direction for the Web?
Andy Clarke has written a wonderful new book about art direction for the web, and I got to play a little part in it.
- The Unfinished Business Podcast: Art Directing for the Web
- What Happens to Feeds as They Scale
- American Illustration 35
- Bad Doors
- On the ProPublica Podcast with Khoi Vinh
- Gateway Drug to Empathy
From Design to Meta-design
On the changing nature of the professional design practice, and shifting to a broader point of view.
- Educated vs ‘Industry-ready’
- Designing the Editorial Experience
Fitting Design to the News
Because it’s often tangled up with personal taste, conversations about news design can get very messy, very fast.
Print to Screen, Static to Dynamic
When comparing digital systems and legacy artifacts, it’s important to remember digital systems aren’t fully realized until they’re interacted with.
- Combining to Yield Intuition
Considering the Visual Future of iOS
Jason Santa Maria captures something about the “flat vs skeuomorphic” debate that’s been bugging me, especially when it comes to iOS.
Saying ‘Pfft!’ to Boundary Conditions
This actually happened…
24 Hour Visual People
“I’m really more of a visual person.”
The Redesign Response Curve
In every redesign I’ve been involved with, user response has followed a predictable pattern.
On Pushing Back Against Obviously Bad Ideas
In which we recall the tragedy of the CueCat.