Website projects of many different shapes and sizes can often benefit greatly from a “ready, fire, aim” approach of rapid launch and iteration rather than a traditional print-based process.
Sometimes it's useful to show different images (or image crops) on different screen sizes and shapes. Here’s a quick introduction to the idea.
Let’s say you want to read on your gadget in a dark space (maybe next to a person who wants to sleep). You’ve turned the brightness all the way down and it’s still lighting up the room like a fireworks display. Time for Halloween Mode.
Early morning is the only time I know I’ll be able to do something consistently every day. Here’s what I've been doing lately.
Do you like saving time and money? Then this process is for you.
A few simple but effective ideas on how to make email your servant (rather than the other way around).
Icon fonts have many advantages over pixel-based images. Here are some reasons and resources to incorporate them in your next design project.
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.