Meta tags, also known as Meta data, describe and give information about other data. The most common examples of Meta data for web pages are the page title and description. Read more ›
If you’ve seen my updated Twitter bio lately, it reads like that. Here’s a little more context behind it.
Five months ago I lusted over the gorgeous packet they handed out at this year’s design-focused Google I/O, so it was a wonderful surprise to get my hands on it, thanks Read more ›
Social media is not as easy or brainless as you think it is. Especially when you’ve spent a fair amount of time on it for things that you’re really passionate Read more ›
As another year winds down, the major social networks have gone and partially liberated the information they collect about us in the form of a prettified year in review. Several Read more ›
I like the colorful stuff. While other people would prefer neutrals or hues that aren’t turned up to 11, and while my favorite color is the safest, most popular one Read more ›
Delight me in surprising ways Real objects are more fun than buttons and menus Keep it brief It’s not my fault Sprinkle encouragement Five of the 17 Design Principles for Read more ›
It’s a shame Google doesn’t have a more interesting address. Microsoft has @live.com while Apple has @me.com. Not sure why people opt for @outlook.com or @firstname.lastname@example.org when you can have Read more ›
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