Had way too much fun doing that title.
The thing is, I despised LiveJournal’s shoddy features and MySpace & Friendster’s tendencies to fill profiles to the brim with crap. And I have zero tolerance for any Tumblr that Read more ›
TL;DR: Do people tend to design interfaces with checkboxes even if the behavior actually requires radio buttons, because people are more familiar with check marks? This seems to be a Read more ›
To use Ely’s term, it was a very intimate setup at Commune for the January 2014 MiniFFC web design meetup. Rina covered the essential factors in dealing with clients, pricing, Read more ›
As if the mainstream isn’t confused enough as it is, the W3C has gone ahead and unveiled a new logo for HTML5 and used it as the umbrella term for Read more ›
Get transported to El Dorado, Atlantis, and the Moon with Lost World’s Fairs, a site that pushes the limits of the web browser’s typographic capabilities and celebrates the release if Read more ›
“…the key to understanding a blog is to realize that it’s a broadcast, not a publication. If it stops moving, it dies. If it stops paddling, it sinks.” Why I Read more ›
November 27 and 28 are two more significant dates in the web design scene, so be sure to participate! 2nd Mini Web Design Conference Update: Download the slides for the Read more ›
The perks: doing what I love anytime, anywhere, in anything. The hazards: in pictures below.