If you have a website — and especially if you design websites for others — it’s worth paying attention to the Nielson Norman Group’s opinions on website usability. Spoiler: they think auto-advancing carousels are bad (meaning not good).
Esteemed designer Bill Drenttel recently passed away, and Michael Beirut shared this text from a 1991 presentation in a post on Design Observer.
A couple of weeks ago the hard drive in my computer completely died and it wasn’t really a big deal. Here’s the short story and how it can help you.
Turn your collaborativity up to 11 with these helpful tips from Brené Brown.
You’ve probably heard about Responsive Design*, but maybe you don’t know how to start designing for it, or maybe it seems like too much work. Here is a baby-step that will get you going in the right direction.
What better time than the holiday season to ponder your own inevitable demise? Ho ho ho!
Are you still designing websites like they’re static print pieces? It could be so much better...
This is a favorite “teaching story.” I hope it resonates with you as well.
As a creative professional and liver of life, absorbing The War of Art was a transformative experience for me. I highly recommend you check it out.
Not a song that already existed that I adopted. My very own custom theme song.