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posted on Jan 25, 2011.
There are plenty of different things to consider when it comes to typography on the web. In this post, we will be looking at Ellen Lupton’s Thinking with Type, and considering some things things that we can do to avoid some of the small-but-important typographic crimes that she outlines in her appendix.
posted on Nov 23, 2010.
Yes, I’ll admit that I’ve started playing Angry Birds, and that it has chewed up many hours over the past several weeks. In this post, I would like to look at one simple truth that I think Angry Birds can remind us about when it comes to designing for a digital landscape that is including an increasingly broad range of devices.
posted on Oct 30, 2010.
The web is an ever changing landscape, and is frequently the subject of various predictions. In this article, I would like to offer my own vision of where I see the us going in the coming years, based on what I’ve seen from browsers and both the distribution and increasing sophistication of web apps.
posted on May 2, 2010.
This is the fifth article in a six part series, in which we will discuss various aspects of using icons for the web! This particular article discusses some general areas that you might want to consider when creating, editing or adding to an existing icon set.
posted on Mar 9, 2010.
In this second article on the relationship between human languages and coding for the web, I will consider issues of linguistic evolution, language families, syntax and the way all of these things relate to coding for the web. I will also make a bold suggestion about your ability to code, even if you’ve never written a single line in your life!